Looking Ahead with Alex Katz, Reggie Burrows Hodges & David Hockney

Alex Katz 1927

Being an artist can be a very solitary undertaking. For 93-year-old Alex Katz, it has been working every day, alone in his studio, for decades. During most of the year he lives and works in the SoHo studio that he and his wife and model, Ada, have been living in since 1968. They spend summers in their home and studio in Lincolnville, Maine.

Alex Katz
Purple Hat (Ada), 2017
Archival pigment inks
46 x 21 inches
Edition: 83/125
Signed: Alex Katz 83/125 (l.l.)
Available at Surovek Gallery

But solitude only goes so far for the artist. Artists want their work seen and, hopefully, sold to collectors who appreciate its value.

This year has seen many people around the world, especially young people, viewing art work on line and taking a keen interest in the art market.

Although many galleries and museums remain closed, some have remained open, limiting the number of visitors.

Alex Katz
Sant’Andrea de Scaphis, Rome

Alex Katz’s large landscape paintings are currently on display at the gallery in the converted Sant’Andrea de Scaphis church in Rome.

Alex Katz
Sunset, Lake Wesserumett ll, 1972
Screenprint in grays on paper
30 x 36 inches
Signed: Alex Katz in pencil (l.r.)
Numbered: 4160 in pencil (l.l.)
For sale at Surovek Gallery

Upcoming solo exhibits of Katz’s works are scheduled for 2022 at the  National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan, the Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, Netherlands and a retrospective at the Guggenheim in New York.

Reggie Burrows Hodges

Last July the work of Reggie Burrows Hodges was shown alongside the work of Alex Katz, Jonas Wood and other fine artists at New York’s Karma Gallery’s (Nothing But) Flowers show.

Reggie Burrows Hodges “In the Service of Others”, 2019

Reggie Burrows Hodges
In the Service of Others, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
54 x 68 inches
For sale at Surovek Gallery

Burrows will be having a solo exhibit at the Karma Gallery this year and has a solo show scheduled in 2022 at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland, Maine.

Reggie Burrows Hodges b. 1965 “Intersection of Color: Experience”

Reggie Burrows Hodges
Intersection of Color: Experience
Acrylic, oil, & pastel on canvas
48 x 60 inches
For sale at Surovek Gallery

Burrows is an adjunct professor at the Maine College of Art. He was awarded the  2020 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant.

David Hockney

David Hockney has been painting on canvas, and on his iPad, at his house in Normandy. His latest iPad painting for cover of The New Yorker has created a stir on Twitter.

David Hockney, The Hearth, New Yorker Cover, 2020.

Françoise Mouly, the New Yorker’s art director, said she chose the painting because, “For these short, dark days, David Hockney offers the traditional comfort of a hearth.”

David Hockney - my shirt and trousers

David Hockney
My Shirt and Trousers, 2010
iPad drawing printed on paper
37 x 28 inches
Edition 8 of 25
Signed and dated lower right
For sale at Surovek Gallery

Hockney, who broke the auction record for a living artist in 2018, has current solo exhibits at the Galerie Lelong in
Paris, The Morgan Library and Museum in New York and an ongoing exhibit at Salts Mill in
Saltaire, West Yorkshire, UK.

Upcoming solo exhibits are planned for later this year at The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas and at the
Royal Academy of Arts in

The Works of Alex Katz, Reggie Burrows Hodges and David Hockney at Surovek Gallery

Please contact us if you would like more information about the work of the fine artists available at Surovek Gallery.

Francoise Mouly. David Hockney’s “Hearth”. The New Yorker. December 14, 2020.
Helen Holmes. David Hockney’s Latest New Yorker Cover Is Getting a Decidedly Mixed Reception. The Observer. December 14, 2020.
Hannah Yoest. How David Hockney Trolled the ‘New Yorker’. His latest cover art set off a (small, cozy) firestorm. The Bulwark. December 15, 2020.
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