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The Nohra Haime Gallery celebrates its 40th anniversary with exhibition
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NEW YORK, NY.- Since opening its doors in 1981, Nohra Haime Gallery has been recognized for its consistent representation of International, Latin American, sculpture and women artists, often exhibiting work that defies easy categorization, providing a unique viewing experience for all. The eclectic group of works in this special anniversary exhibition honors the roots of the gallery’s fearless beginning, and presents an exciting look into its future, bringing together 40 artists in celebration of 40 years.

The exhibition showcases the variety of artistic vision and perspectives associated with the gallery. On view include the fantastically intricate glass blown compositions by American artist Beth Lipman, conceptual and sensual works by Colombian artist Adrianna Marmorek, and the iconic and joyous Nana figure by Niki de Saint Phalle. Paintings include meditative strokes by Chilean artist Francesca Sutil, dreamy and abstract field of color by American artist Julie Hedrick, Adam Straus's master works on global warming, Bastidas' monochrome paintings and the instantly recognizable figures of Fernando Botero, in a self-portrait of the artist alongside Sophia. Sculptures Sophia Vari, the geometric painter and sculptor who has shown with the gallery from its beginning along with the powerful works by Lesley Dill

Since the early 1980s, the gallery has moved from uptown to midtown to Chelsea, opening up a second location, NH Galería in Cartagena, Colombia in 2011. “With time, we’ve evolved, we’ve changed, we’ve had to reinvent ourselves. Although there are certain artists that I've worked with since I started, which is very rare,” reflects Nohra Haime, founder. Haime began her gallery with internationally-diverse artists, including Julio Larraz (Cuba), Sophia Vari (Greece).Pierre Dunoyer (France), Maripaz Jaramillo (Colombia), Ramiro Llona (Peru), and Jorge Tacla (Chile). On view in the anniversary exhibition are works from 1981-2021 by artists from over a dozen countries. “What brings them all together is a very large and expressive force. They are artists who are saying something…I’ve come to realize that I represent a type of art that transcends this instant.” - Nohra Haime.

The 40th Anniversary Exhibition presents work by: Olga De Amaral Natalia Arias Alvaro Barrios Hugo Bastidas Nicola Bolla Fernando Botero Carol K. Brown Andrea Chiesi Juan Cortes Lesley Dill Juan Downey Pierre Dunoyer Sam Francis Laura Grisi Julie Hedrick Michael Heizer Valerie Hird Lee Jaffe Maripaz Jaramillo Menashe Kadishman Julio Larraz Beth Lipman Ramiro Llona Gregg Louis, Javier Marin Adriana Marmorek Silvio Merlino Paton Miller Takashi Murakami Lika Mutal Louise Nevelson Anna Paola Protasio Milo Reice Ruby Rumie Niki De Saint Phalle Carole Seborovski Eve Sonneman Adam Straus Francisco Sutil Jorge Tacla Hugo Tillman John Van Alstine Sophia Vari










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