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Blog: In Memoriam: Remembering the Curators, Artists, Writers, and Dealers We Lost in 2021, December 29, 2021 - Artnet News

In Memoriam: Remembering the Curators, Artists, Writers, and Dealers We Lost in 2021

December 29, 2021 - Artnet News

As another year draws to a close, we’re taking a moment to look back on those we lost in the art world in 2021.

The list below is arranged according to the date the obituary was published. Links in italics take you to other news outlets; the others take you to Artnet News coverage.

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Blog: HoMA adds three works by contemporary artist Hung Liu, December 23, 2021 - Jacklyn Polaco

HoMA adds three works by contemporary artist Hung Liu

December 23, 2021 - Jacklyn Polaco

The Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) has added three works by contemporary artist Hung Liu (American, Chinese born, 1948-2021) to its permanent collection.

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Blog: ARTSY EXCLUSIVE: Idols and Abstractions - Works by Robert Mars, November 13, 2021 - Devin Hardy

ARTSY EXCLUSIVE: Idols and Abstractions - Works by Robert Mars

November 13, 2021 - Devin Hardy

In this exhibition, Robert Mars dexterously navigates three seemingly disparate styles. He blends Pop Art with abstraction and throws in a nod to traditional American Folk Art to create this stunning and stimulating body of work. Diehl Gallery is pleased to present, Idols & Abstractions.

CLICK HERE to view the exhibition on Artsy.

 

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Blog: Highlighted Artist: MONICA AIELLO, November 11, 2021 - Devin Hardy

Highlighted Artist: MONICA AIELLO

November 11, 2021 - Devin Hardy

For over 20 years, Monica Aiello has explored the outer reaches of our galaxy from her studio in Denver, Colorado.
In our current featured viewing room on Artsy, we wanted to highlight two distinct bodies of work. While Aiello has predominantly looked beyond our own atmosphere for inspiration for her mixed media pieces, in 2017, she turned the lens 180 degrees and began to focus on earth.

 

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Blog: BEHIND THE MASK: Sculpture Lives, November  6, 2021 - Devin Hardy

BEHIND THE MASK: Sculpture Lives

November 6, 2021 - Devin Hardy

Kelly Carrol’s idea of bringing sculpture to life was conceived in the 70’s, when she and a friend hatched a plan to create a site-specific piece for MOMA’s sculpture garden in New York City.

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Blog: MALCOLM FURLOW: Season of Many Prayers, October 15, 2021 - Devin Hardy

MALCOLM FURLOW: Season of Many Prayers

October 15, 2021 - Devin Hardy

In Malcolm Furlow's first solo exhibition at Diehl gallery, he presents a body of work that highlights a cross cultural reality, one that seamlessly melds sacred tradition with contemporary culture and challenges our corporate consumerist society.
 
To view the exhibition CLICK HERE
 
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Blog: The Art World Remembers the Late Painter Hung Liu, Who Valorized Everyday Immigrants in Monumental Portraits, August 13, 2021 - Sarah Cascone

The Art World Remembers the Late Painter Hung Liu, Who Valorized Everyday Immigrants in Monumental Portraits

August 13, 2021 - Sarah Cascone

On the eve of her first museum retrospective, Oakland-based painter Hung Liu, one of the first Chinese artists to find success in the U.S., died on Saturday, August 7 from pancreatic cancer. She was 73.

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Blog: 2020 Summer Season , June  4, 2020

2020 Summer Season

June 4, 2020

During the past two months, our lives and our world have changed dramatically. As we head toward the summer season in Jackson Hole, I wanted to let you know how we intend to proceed.
 
 
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Blog: THE LITTLE THINGS: A Collection of Small Works, May 17, 2020

THE LITTLE THINGS: A Collection of Small Works

May 17, 2020

We are pleased to present THE LITTLE THINGS: A Collection of Small Works, a virtual exhibition presented by Diehl Gallery on ARTSY. 
 
The paintings included in THE LITTLE THINGS: A Collection of Small Works are a curated selection from the gallery stacks. They are all 24" or less and include a variety of mediums, from oil, acrylic and mixed media paintings, to bronze, steel and paper sculpture, and photography. We hope you enjoy this exhibition and will consider adding a small gem to your collection.
 
Please CLICK HERE to view the exhibition.
 
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the gallery's closure, we are working hard to keep our artists and the gallery afloat. We hope those of you in a position to do so, will continue to support artists and the arts through the acquisition of new art. 
 
Contact the gallery by email at info@diehlgallery.com or directly through Artsy for more information.
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Blog:   TAKEFUMI HORI: Modern Alchemy, May  1, 2020

TAKEFUMI HORI: Modern Alchemy

May 1, 2020

We are pleased to present TAKEFUMI HORI: Modern Alchemy, a virtual exhibition presented by Diehl Gallery on ARTSY. 
 
CLICK HERE to view exhibition.
 
The paintings included in TAKEFUMI HORI: Modern Alchemy provide an insightful look at the artist's visually stunning work. Takefumi Hori’s practice is rich and varied in its execution. Gold leaf is his media of choice. He begins with a base coat of gold acrylic paint, then layers clear gel mixed with pigment, followed by gold leaf. Next, his process of cutting, sanding and scratching begins, and is repeated over and over again. His additive process, in which he layers and scrapes away gold and continually paints and then strips back areas of paint, results in work that progressively unfolds to the viewer over time. Each layer, revealed or concealed, gives the frontal surface of the painting both a temporal and visual impact. The final result is a luminous, rich, textured and beautiful work of art.
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