formatting formatting formatting formatting www.markowiczfineart.com
formatting
Artists
formatting formatting
Home About The Gallery Artists What's New Events News Search Contact
formatting
formatting formatting formatting
formatting
formatting formatting
Represented Artists
Carolus
Karina Chechik
Jonathan Delmas
André Djaoui
Arno Elias
Carole A. Feuerman
Steven D. Gagnon
Alexandra Gestin
Alain Godon
Ann Grim
KAI
Markus Klinko
Phil Macquet
Richard Orlinski
Maurice Renoma
Anne Valverde
Idan Zareski

Exhibited Artists
Bambi . .
Francis Bacon
Norma Bessières
Fernando Botero
Boudro
Bernard Buffet
Niclas Castello
Jean Cocteau
Dean Zeus Colman
Corno
Stephane Gautier
Keith Haring
Damien Hirst
Robert Indiana
Alex Katz
Jeff Koons
Cerj Lalonde
Wifredo Lam
Le Corbusier
Lovertible
Markus & Koala
Roberto Matta
Connie McSilver
Marilyn Minter
Joel Moens
Anton Molnar
MOZ
Mr .
Takashi Murakami
NOART
Clara Poupel
Bernard Pras
Mel Ramos
Peter Roth
Kenny Scharf
Antonio Segui
Jonathan Seliger
Sandra Shashou
David Alfaro Siqueiros
Donald Sultan
Aya Takano
Manolo Valdes
Andy Warhol
Tom Wesselmann
YOM
ZEVS
Feng Zhengjie


Contact

 

Miami Design District
formatting formatting


Alex Katz

formatting
CV/Docs     All Alex Katz     Serigraph    Silkscreen   
Alex  Katz

Alex Katz is a leading figure painter of the new realism movement in contemporary art. He is best known for his realistic portraits of friends and family, notable for their relaxed attitudes and uncomplicated bearing.
Katz's prints, despite their clean lines and immaculate surface, are unexpectedly spontaneous. Katz has a certain readiness to enlarge, fragment and edit his celebrated subjects; his work is characterized by scale, by space, by color and by simplification.

Featured Piece

Alex  Katz Ada with sunglasses

Ada with sunglasses
Serigraph

formatting

formatting
Alex  Katz Ada with sunglasses
Ada with sunglasses
Serigraph  
 
Alex  Katz Nicole
Nicole
Silkscreen  
 

formatting

 


Alex  Katz

Alex Katz

Alex Katz Biography

Katz was born in New York City, and studied art at the Cooper Union from 1945 to 1949. In the late 1950s, he found himself among a growing number of artists dissatisfied with the then-dominant stream of abstract expressionism, with its emphasis on formal abstraction.
In contrast to the pop artists, with their emphasis on the consumer icon, a number of painters in the mid-to-late 1 950s, including Larry Rivers and Alex Katz, had begun to find their own inspiration. In the literal rendition of human figures.
Katz's paintings from the late 1950s to the present have been characterized by such literal, yet expressive, portrayals of human figures. Stylistically, his figures are simplified in form, but not caricatured or rendered grotesque. On the contrary, one of the hallmarks of Katz's figures is their apparent normalcy.
His paintings have been highly influential to the development and popularization of the new realism as a discrete movement in contemporary art. He achieved great public prominence in the 1980s.

Top of Page

formatting formatting formatting formatting formatting
Formatting
Formatting

Markowicz Fine Art on the map    

110 NE 40th Street, Miami Fl 33137

Tel: +1 786 362 5546

www.markowiczfineart.com

  Facebook   LinkedIn   Twitter   Google +   Instagram  
formatting
Mobile Version

ManagedArtwork.com