Terrain Gallery


TERRAIN GALLERY

The Terrain is the first gallery to show the inextricable relation between the technique of art and people’s lives. Since its opening in 1955 in New York City, the Terrain has presented exhibitions of contemporary paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs, with comment based on Eli Siegel’s historic Fifteen Questions, “Is Beauty the Making One of Opposites?” Among the artists exhibiting have been Will Barnet, Chaim Koppelman, Robert Blackburn, Ad Reinhardt, Clare Romano, Andre Kertesz, Elfi Schuselka, William King, Richard Sloat.

We are currently renovating. Look for our new exhibition in 2016, and visit our new website now at TerrainGallery.org!

 

Silkscreen by Allan D'Arcangelo, "Curve"

RECENT EXHIBITION

Installation photo of Chaim Koppelman exhibition at Rome's Museo Napoleonico

IN THE NEWS

 

Richard Anuszkiewicz, “Rose Red Rainbow on Green,” screen print on aluminum

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Installation photo of paintings by William Clutz in Terrain Gallery show, "Painting Matters"

IS BEAUTY THE MAKING ONE OF OPPOSITES? by Eli Siegel

Chaim Koppelman giving talk based on his study of Aesthetic Realism at the Terrain Gallery, 1959

A BRIEF HISTORY by Carrie Wilson

Jackson Pollock's "Blue Poles"

ART CRITICISM

Alex Katz, detail of "Cocktail Party"

SPEAKERS ON THE VISUAL ARTS

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