January 18, 2016
The Onward of Art: American Abstract Artists 80th Anniversary Exhibition, curated by Karen Wilkin is on view at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery, January 18 – March 25, 2016.
January 18, 2016
Visible Histories is an exhibition of work by members of American Abstract Artists curated by Max Weintraub and presented at the Abrons Arts Center at Henry Street Settlement and the Morris-Warren Gallery, January 27 – February 21, 2016.
December 11, 2015
Muddying the Circumscribed Myth of Abstraction
by Alexis Clements
“Daniel G. Hill’s ‘Wheatstone Bridge 7[a]’ (2015) at first seems to describe a simple layering of one form on the other, but soon you see not only the transparent sheets of vellum but also the thread through the surface that created the shapes. For me this realization came at the end, with the loose ends of the knot tying off the string — the artist’s hand in an otherwise pristine, almost manufactured work. It reminded me of all the times my colleagues at my day job have seemed to believe that the things that appear on the internet or in emails do so automatically, without ever being placed by a human hand, crafted each time down to the character.”
September 27, 2015
10 Ways, curated by Lorenza Sannai, travels to Clement & Schneider in Bonn, Germany, 27 September – 21 November, 2015
June 5, 2015
Summer Show Rules
curated by Kazuko Miyamoto
June 5 – July 18, 2015
128 Rivington Street, NY, NY
hours: Wed. – Sat. 1–7 pm, Sun. by appointment
April 21, 2015
curated by Lorenza Sannai
April 21–May 16, 2015 (extended to June 7)
Derbylius Libreria Galleria D’Arte
Via Pietro Custodi n. 12 — 20136 Milano, Italia
Each artist will exhibit one small work and a set of 10 artists books. Each book measures 6 ½ x 4 ¾ inches.
June 14, 2014
On exhibit in To Leo: a tribute from the American Abstract Artists; Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, June14 – July 13, 2014
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May 1, 2014
Currently on exhibition in Purchase, NY
Sensory Impact: The American Abstract Artists at Morgan Stanley
May 2014–June 2015
December 5, 2013
Sarah Moody Gallery of Art at The University of Alabama
December 5, 2013 – January 17, 2014
November 1, 2013
University of Tennessee, Knoxville Downtown Gallery
November 1 – November 16, 2013
October 22, 2013
Kent State University School of Art Gallery
Curated by Scott Olson and Gianna Commito
Exhibiting artists: Susan Bonfils, Marvin Brown, Gail Gregg, Daniel G. Hill, Gilbert Hsiao, James Jusczcyk, Cecily Kahn, Marthe Keller, Irene Lawrence, David Mackenzie, Manfred Mohr, Judith Murray, Raquel Rabinovich, David Reed, Edward Shalala, Vera Vasek, Merrill Wagner, Stephen Westfall and Nola Zirin
October 22 – November 22, 2013
September 1, 2013
Nancy Manter, Every Night, 2012, archival inkjet, 9.75 x 12.75 in.
AAA Print Portfolio exhibition receives enthusiastic review from Bonnie Barrett Stretch in Art New England.
Over the past two years, works have filled nine exhibitions across the United States as well as in Otranto, Italy, Paris, and Berlin. The latest of these presents a groundbreaking print portfolio featuring work by 48 leading artists. It is on view through October 20 at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center in Vermont, the first stop on a nationwide tour organized by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Proving that AAA is still a nervy bunch, the exhibition, three years in the making, showcases the organization’s first digitally produced portfolio, striking a new aesthetic level for digital printmaking technology and serving an encyclopedic range of vivid abstract imagery, while also challenging long-lived notions about what is fine art and what is commercial.
June 29, 2013
April 12, 2013
At the March 3, 2013 general meeting of American Abstract Artists, the following members were elected to office.
Daniel Hill, President
Emily Berger, Vice President
Don Voisine, Assistant Secretary
James Juszczyk, Treasurer
Julian Jackson continues to serve as Secretary
February 11, 2013
American Abstract Artists publishes print portfolio in celebration of its 75th anniversary. See images of the portfolio prints, read an essay by Robert Storr and a statement by Daniel G. Hill, Portfolio Project Director, on the AAA web site.
June 12, 2012
Here is a June 12th post on the blog of the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles in which I discuss my work with Erik Levesque who is a member of the RN Comité and the Administrateur du blog des Réalités Nouvelles.
Pouvez-vous décrire brièvement votre travail ?
Can you briefly describe what you do ?
DH : Ce que je fais et ce que je suis – au sens où comment je me pense et comment s’établit mon rapport au monde – peut sembler très différent. Tout compte fait, je me pense peintre, bien que je n’ai pas touché un pinceau depuis 10 ans. J’utilise des appareils photos et des technologies digitales pour faire des images mais je ne suis pas un photographe. L’histoire de ce medium est importante mais elle n’est pas centrale dans mon travail.
DH: What I do and what I am—in the sense of how I think of myself and my place in the world—might appear to be very different. At the end of the day, I think of myself as a painter, though I haven’t picked up a brush in ten years. What I do is use cameras and digital technology to make images, but I’m not a photographer. The history of that medium has significance that is not central to what I do.