Bookstein Projects is pleased to announce that Paul Resika will be included in the national tour of For America: Paintings from the National Academy of Design. This exhibition is organized by the National Academy of Design in collaboration with the American Federation of Arts and curated by Diana Thompson, Director of Collections and Curatorial Affairs, National Academy of Design; and Jeremiah William McCarthy, Associate Curator, American Federation of Arts.
Bookstein Projects is pleased to share Lilly Wei's remarks on Stephen Antonakos. These transcribed remarks, edited slightly for publication, were delivered in the course of a panel discussion at the New York Studio School on March 20 2018. The other speakers that evening were Phong Bui, Vincent Katz, Daniel Marzona and Helaine Posner. The twin exhibitions at the Neuberger to which the remarks refer, NEON- Stephen Antonakos: Proscenium, and Bending Light: Neon Art 1965 to Now, are on view through June 24, 2018
Bookstein Projects is pleased to announce a solo-exhibition by Hiroyuki Hamada at Guild Hall Center for Visual and Performing Arts entitled, Hiroyuki Hamada: Sculptures and Prints. This exhibition will remain on view from February 24 - March 25, 2018.
Bookstein Projects is pleased to announce a solo-exhibition by Stephen Antonakos at the Neuberger Museum of Art entitled, Stephen Antonakos: Proscenium. This exhibition will remain on view from January 28 - June 24, 2018.
Bookstein Projects is pleased to announce that Hiroyuki Hamada's sculpture, #45, has been acquired by the Guild Hall Center for Visual and Performing Arts, East Hampton. The sculpture will be included in "Recollections: Selections from the Permanent Collection" on view from October 29 - December 31, 2017.