Exhibition curated by Peter Frank on view through September 25, 2018.
February 2003 Sigrid Burton’s paintings explore nature and nuance in a vocabulary of hues. One of the pleasures of looking at art is contemplating historical precedents. In a contemporary painting’s colorful hues one may find faint glimmers of the luminous atmospheres of Turner or the water reflective depths of Monet. A splash of pigment may […]
Are We Where Yet? Organized by Leila Daw and Elisabeth Munro Smith February 7, 2013 – March 3, 2013 A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to announce Are We Where Yet? on view from February 7th –March 3rd, 2013. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, February 7th, from 6 – 9pm. Are We Where Yet? […]
By CONSTANCE ROSENBLUM This article was originally published on August 4, 2011 in the New York Times Habitat Section. BACK in the mid-’70s, when Sigrid Burton was a young artist living in a rented loft on Walker Street in what was coming to be called TriBeCa, she used to pore over the real estate ads in […]
“Vestige: Traces of Reality,” a two part exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery and Konsthallen, Sandviken, Sweden. The exhibition is curated by New York based critic and curator, Jill Conner and includes the work of 20 A.I.R. Gallery artists. The opening reception at A.I.R. Gallery will be held on Thursday, June 23 from 5:30pm to 8pm, with […]
The dialectic between color and form has always inflected, even impelled the painting of Sigrid Burton. Sometimes color does seem to overwhelm form, but more often form asserts itself in the midst of her luminous, translucent clouds of color, giving unanticipated backbone to otherwise invertebrate masses of hue and tone. If color is the more […]