Coinciding with his new monograph, works by experienced artist Adam Straus head to the walls of two prestigious New York City Galleries later this month. Details here!

On view at New York’s Nohra Haime Gallery and Adelson Galleries from November 22 through December 24 are a wide range of works by accomplished artist Adam Straus. With a career spanning nearly four decades, Straus has worked in a variety of media, with representations of each on view during the shows. Among the works to be on view are Straus’ sculptures, paintings, works on paper, and photography.

Adam Straus, “Matterhorn,” 2014, oil on canvas, 72 x 48 in. (c) Nohra Haime Gallery 2016
Adam Straus, “Matterhorn,” 2014, oil on canvas, 72 x 48 in. (c) Nohra Haime Gallery 2016

Via the exhibition press, “Straus is known for his majestic and luminous depictions of the sublime, which are often saturated with a deep concern about social and environmental issues. His penetrating dark humor can transport the viewer to post-apocalyptic worlds and often offers a wry observation on how humans have altered the natural landscape.”

The two exhibitions also coincide with the release of Straus’ new monograph, published by Gli Ori, Italy, this month. Including text written by the artist and award-winning critic and filmmaker Amei Wallach, Adam Straus explores a range of topics, including the artist’s childhood experiences, fascinating moments in his life and career, and much more.

To learn more, visit Adam Straus.

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