Long-Sharp Gallery Exhibitions

 

February 15-18, 2014: Long-Sharp Gallery’s “Icons & Irony,” debuted in Indianapolis in September of 2013.  It was named one of the world’s top 100 gallery exhibits for fall 2013 by Modern Painters Magazine (September 2013).  This acclaimed exhibit is recreated exclusively for exhibition at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.

February 4-9, 2014: Long-Sharp Gallery at The American International Fine Art Fair in Palm Beach. Expanding the Dialogue: Early Drawings by Picasso, Warhol and Lichtenstein and the Contemporaries.

December 3-8, 2013: THE WARHOL MUSEUM EDITION [+plus] | William John Kennedy + Andy Warhol, WILLIAM JOHN KENNEDY: THE WARHOL MUSEUM EDITION presented by The Andy Warhol Museum, Long-Sharp Gallery, and KIWI Arts Group

December 3-8, 2013: LOVING ROBERT INDIANA [+plus] | William John Kennedy + Robert Indiana presented by KIWI Arts Group and Long-Sharp Gallery.

October 6, 2013: The Maine Event: featuring Lois Main Templeton’s  new works from her Maine studio.

September 17, 2013: A Toast to Modernism: Exhibited in the lobby of Conrad Indianapolis featuring the works of Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, and Gino Miles.

September 6 – October 11, 2013: Icons and Irony: Exhibited in Long-Sharp Gallery featuring the works of Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Banksy, Robert Indiana, David Kramer, and Russell Young.

June 27 – July 3, 2013: Masterpiece London

May 15-July 31, 2013: Rethinking the American Dream: featuring work by Robert Indiana, Russell Young, and Whitfield Lovell

April 7, 2013: Screenprint Demonstration by master printer Walter Knabe

February 2013: A Fine Line: Mastery of the Line by Modern Masters (AIFAF)

December 2012: Politics, Peace and Passion: Expression of these themes by Modern Masters and the exploration of them today (Scope Miami)

October 2012: Russell Young: A Working Class Hero is Something To Be

September 2012: Important Picasso Prints

June 2012: Factory Made Flowers: A Tribute to Warhol’s Poppies

April 2012: Before They Were Famous: Andy Warhol + Robert Indiana. The William John Kennedy Collection