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2018

THE ART NEWSPAPER

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

November 2018

Mignoni Gallery takes another path through LeWitt’s work in the exhibition Sol LeWitt: Lines in All Directions (until 9 February 2019). The show (which has a large gouache from 2003, similar to those on view at Paula Cooper) offers up the artist in a variety of media and scales. Three major bodies of work are presented: Serial Project #1 (1966)—a sprayed enamel on aluminium sculpture that echoes the geometry of the more rigid wall drawings, Wall Drawing #42 (1970) and Wall Drawing #69 (1971) …

Artnet

Editors’ Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

October 2018

For Sol LeWitt, it wasn’t necessary to personally he create the works that bore his name. Instead, he devised precise instructions for other people to make his large-scale wall drawings with simple repeated lines …

Vulture

Eva LeWitt’s Career Blossoms

November 2018

Her father is the late minimalist and conceptualist Sol LeWitt.[…] He currently has an exhibition of site-specific wall drawings called Lines in All Directions on view at Mignoni Gallery, accompanied by a few sculptures …

New York Magazine

An Exhibition Presenting Multiple Generations of Minimalists

April 2018

An Eccentric View, the new exhibition at Mignoni Gallery, features work by nine artists, all women, born between 1912 and 1981. Together, they are a sort of multi-generational conversation about how practices may interact between decades and mediums. Between the stalagmites created from buttons and glue by Brooklyn-based artist Tara Donovan to the black and green canvas evoking reptilian skin painted by Yayoi Kusama of Japan, the apparent differences belie mutual resonances …

Artnet

Beautiful Shows for Beautiful Weather:
34 New York Gallery Exhibitions to See This May

May 2018

The exhibition brings together nine women—Tauba Auerbach, Jo Baer, Marsha Cottrell, Tara Donovan, Eva Hesse, Kathleen Jacobs, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, and Mira Schendel. Included are works from the beginning of the mid-1960s through to the present day…

Observer

5 Must-See Gallery Shows in NYC
During Frieze Week

May 2018

Although new to the Upper East Side art scene, Mignoni Gallery is entering the ring swinging with this group show of nine female heavy hitters. The gallery’s third exhibition Includes works by the likes of Eva Hesse, Yayoi Kusama, Agnes Martin, Tauba Auerbach, Tara Donovan and Marsha Cottrell, and attempts to sketch a trajectory of women artists working through key concerns in the long male-dominated field of minimalism from mid-century to today…

Office Magazine

Mignoni on Madison

April 2018

Mixing post-war with polka-dots, adding a few modern artists and a pinch of minimalism presents potential to make quite a mess. But to pull it off is possible, as proven by the prodigious new gallery opening May 1 on Madison Avenue: Mignoni Art…

Widewalls

Mignoni Gallery Surveys the Works of
9 Multi-Generational Female Artists

April 2018

The presence of women artists in the post-war period has increased, especially in the 60s and 70s. Still, their works have not been equally recognized as of their male peers. Nevertheless, they have managed to release the extraordinary and innovative body of work of immense power, and have made a legacy upon which new generations of women artists started working

Artefuse

Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, On Kawara, Sol LeWitt: Early Works at Mignoni Gallery

April 2018

The grouping serves as an exploration of the relationship between minimal and conceptual art as established and expanded by these four artists. The gallery opened in October of 2017 with the inaugural exhibition, Donald Judd Progressions. This is its second show…

2017

Financial Times

Pablo’s Sexiest Year

November 2017

Fernando Mignoni, who has been working for his mother’s Galeria Elvira González in Madrid since leaving Christie’s contemporary art department in 2007, is going solo in Manhattan. He opens Mignoni Gallery on New York’s Upper East Side on Tuesday with a show dedicated to Donald Judd’s “Progressions”, manufactured…

Artforum

Former Christie’s Contempory Director to Open Upper East Side Gallery

November 2017

Fernando Mignoni, a former head of the postwar and contemporary art department at Christie’s London auction house, will open a gallery on New York’s Upper East Side…

Artnews

Mignoni Gallery to Open on Upper East Side, Headed by Former Christie’s Contemporary Director

November 2017

After a decade at Christie’s in London and a decade at Galería Elvira González in Madrid, Fernando Mignoni will open a new gallery on New York’s Upper East Side…