"EVERYBODY KNOWS…ELIZABETH MURRAY" FILM SCREENING
In collaboration with UB Art Galleries, Buffalo, the North Park Theatre will be screening "EVERYBODY KNOWS…ELIZABETH MURRAY" September 25 & 26, 2021 at 12noon.
EVERYBODY KNOWS…ELIZABETH MURRAY is an intimate portrait of the groundbreaking artist and former Buffalo resident Elizabeth Murray. The film explores the relationship between Murray’s family life and career and reconsiders her place in the contemporary art history. Produced and directed by Kristi Zea, the film has been called “A vivid portrait of a unique talent and personality.” by Film Journal International.
The free, in-theater screening compliments UB Art Galleries' first major posthumous exhibition of work by pioneering painter Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007). This survey will span both floors of UB Anderson Gallery presenting a fresh look at important themes and motifs of Murray’s five-decade career. The exhibition runs through October 3, 2021.
major exhibition AT UB ART GALLERIES THRU OCT 3
The UB Art Galleries presentation is the largest since her 2005 retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and includes 71 works with 21 paintings, 29 drawings, and 21 prints. More information at Elizabeth Murray Art.
June 12-October 3, 2021
UB Anderson Gallery
1 Martha Jackson Place, Buffalo, NY
Image: Elizabeth Murray outside her home/studio at 77 Woodlawn Avenue, Buffalo, NY (c. 1965) as photographed by Don Sunseri. © 2021 The Murray-Holman Family Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
CINCINATI Exhibition includes work from Elizabeth Murray
Cincinnati Art Museum, March 12–July 11, 2021—New York University's 1979 landmark exhibition
American Painting: The Eighties is reprised now through July. The exhibition toured the world from the US to Paris to Tel Aviv.
Elizabeth Murray Estate moves to gladstone gallery
Elizabeth Murray, "Bean," 1982, oil on canvas (three parts), 115 11/16 x 107 5/8 in. (293.7 x 273 cm). The Murray-Holman Family Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; via Gladstone Gallery
July 7, 2020 — We are proud to announce that Gladstone Gallery will represent the Estate of Elizabeth Murray.
Murray’s densely painted, often uniquely-shaped canvases and intuitive approach to depicting forms and colors in space transformed the course of art history and continue to have a significant impact on contemporary artists working today.
“We are beyond thrilled to collaborate with Elizabeth Murray’s Estate, and are eager to have this opportunity to continue demonstrating her lasting impact on the course of art history. Elizabeth’s work has been a major influence to many artists, throughout the art world and also at the Gallery, so we are honored to take on this significant responsibility,” —Barbara Gladstone.
New York Times – July 8, 2020
Elizabeth Murray Estate Moves to Gladstone Gallery
Gladstone Gallery 530 West 21st Street, NYC
The Estate of Elizabeth Murray is now represented by Gladstone Gallery
Gladstone Gallery: Elizabeth Murray
Gladstone Gallery to represent the Estate of Elizabeth Murray
Falling (1976) is the latest work by Elizabeth Murray acquired by an American institution
Elizabeth Murray, "Falling," 1976, Oil on canvas, 118 x 119 in. (299.7 x 302.3 cm) Collection Pérez Art Museum
Just in time for the annual art fairs in Miami, the Pérez Art Museum has became the latest institution to acquire a work by Elizabeth Murray. The painting acquired is Falling, painted in 1976. The work, which is currently on view, is included in the “The Gift of Art", an ongoing exhibition highlighting the museum’s permanent collection during the museum’s 35th Anniversary year.
October 21, 1994: Elizabeth Murray Walks the Met with the New York Times
This story was published 25 years ago in The New York Times by Michael Kimmelman featuring Elizabeth Murray discussing art and artists at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As they walk through the Met, Elizabeth makes many confessions while revealing those artists she has found to be most inspiring. "Cézanne was the first painter I saw when I was a young art student: it was like knocking on a door and hearing an answer," she said.
"Looking for the Magic in Painting" also reveals deep rooted personal struggles that as a woman artist, she faced despite her many successes.
What Critics Are Saying
"...[a] cogent, fascinating portrait..."
NEW YORK TIMES
"...a vivid portrait of a unique talent and personality."
FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL
"Zea's documentary debut is as electrifying as Murray's work..."
A MOVEABLE FEST
"The film is an exemplary integration of personal history, cultural context and the exposition of the artistic process."
TWO COATS OF PAINT
INTRODUCING A New Film
In TALKING PICTURES, poet performer extraordinaire Bob Holman, founder of the legendary Bowery Poetry Club, is inspired by an exhibition of the supremely individualistic, off-the-wall paintings of his late wife, Elizabeth Murray.
His performance bridges the relationship between poetry and painting, and asks the question If paintings could talk, would they speak poetry?
Directed by Oscar and Critics Choice nominee Kristi Zea (Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray; Notes from the Field) with music by Oscar nominee, David Lang, and edited/arranged by Charles Caster-Dudzick. Talking Pictures is produced by Bowery Art + Sciences.
ABOUT ELIZABETH's LIFE & ART
DOCUMENTARY: Everybody Knows...Elizabeth Murray
An intimate film portrait of
ground-breaking artist Elizabeth Murray
A Film by Kristi Zea
ELIZABETH MURRAY ON VIEW
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art - Things to Come (1988), in 'Approaching American Abstraction' (ongoing)
Detroit Institute of Arts - L’Amour (For Panic DJ) (1986), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
Colby Museum of Art - Cracked Questions (1989), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
The Davis Museum at Wellesley College - The Weaver Painting (1988-89), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art - Tempest (1979), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
Smith College Museum of Art - Whereabouts (1985) in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts - Summer Wind (1997) in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
Toledo Museum of Art - Stay Awake (1989) in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)