Lorser Feitelson - Representation and Collections

Representation and Collections

Louis Stern Fine Arts in West Hollywood represents the estate of Lorser Feitelson on behalf of the Feitelson/Lundeberg Art Foundation. Stern presented Feitelson’s first concise retrospective with catalogue in 2003. Entitled Lorser Feitelson and the invention of Hard Edge Painting, 1945-1965, the exhibition met with significant critical acclaim and rekindled public interest in Feitelson’s oeuvre. In 2006, New York's Washburn Gallery followed suit, presenting Lorser Feitelson - Los Angeles, the 1960s. This exhibition was also well received, and was reviewed in the New York Times and Art in America. Louis Stern mounted additional Feitelson exhibitions representing his early work in 2005, Lorser Feitelson – The Kinetic Series, and his final paintings in 2009, Lorser Feitelson – The Late Paintings.

As Stern commented in his first publication, “Rarely does one have the privilege of exhibiting the work of an artist of such magnitude as Lorser Feitelson. His contributions as a scholar, teacher, lecturer, collector and pioneer of modern art are invaluable and I am honored to be part of his legacy.”

Lorser Feitelson’s works are included in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the National Museum of American Art; Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress and National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Modern Art and Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; Columbus Museum of Art; and numerous other public and private collections. His work was most recently included in the J. Paul Getty Museum's Pacific Standard Time: Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture" in 2011.

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