Alice Trumbull Mason, "City Twilight," 1955-56, oil on canvas, 19 x 24 in. © 2022 Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation/ARS.
“Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists” at DePauw University
DePauw University, February 7 – May 9, 2022.
The work of Alice Trumbull Mason is included in “Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists” at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, February 7 – May 9, 2022.Read More
Alice Trumbull Mason, “Brown Shapes White,” 1941, oil on wood pane, 23 5/16 x 31 ¾ in. Philadelphia Museum of Art: A.E. Gallatin Collection, 1952, 1952-61-76 © 2021 Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation/ARS.
“A Way Through: Abstract Art of the 1940s” at Palmer Museum of Art
The Palmer Museum, January 11, 2021-May 15, 2022
Penn State University, PA – The work of Alice Trumbull Mason is included in “A Way Through: Abstract Art of the 1940s,” at The Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State University from January 11 – May 15, 2022.Read More
Emily Mason, "Ancient Incense," 1981, oil on canvas, 52 x 52 in. © 2022 Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation/ARS.
Artnet News: “Here Are Our 8 Favorite Booths at Art Basel Miami Beach”
Art Basel Miami Beach, December 1-4. 2021.
Miles McEnery’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach, which includes the work of Emily Mason, has been featured by Artnet News.Read More
Alice Trumbull Mason, "The Saffron Pitch," 1963, oil on canvas, 36 x 30 in. © 2021 Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation/ARS.
Alice Trumbull Mason: Shutter Paintings
Washburn Gallery, November 4, 2021-January 8, 2022
New York, NY – Nearly 50 years after her Whitney Museum retrospective, the work of American Abstraction pioneer Alice Trumbull Mason is contextualized anew in Shutter Paintings, a tightly focused exhibition of 16 late-career paintings that follows the Rizzoli publishing of a trove of documents that cement Alice Trumbull Mason’s status as a leading, avant-garde force within the “boys club” of Abstraction in the 1930s-1960s New York art world.Read More
Alice Trumbull Mason, "March Time," 1950 (edition 7 of 25), etching and aquatint, 20 × 22 3/16 in. The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. © 2021 Emily Mason | Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation/ARS.
‘Museums Overlooked These Artists’: Celebrating the Forgotten Women of Abstract Art
by Julianne McShane, The Guardian, October 13, 2021
New York, NY – In a new exhibition, the female abstract artists between 1930 and 1950 whose work was sidelined at the time finally get their space in the spotlight.Read More
Alice Trumbull Mason, "Labyrinth of Closed Forms," 1945, etching, aquatint, and embossing, 14 1/4 × 19 5/16in., The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Labyrinth of Forms: Women and Abstraction, 1930–1950
The Whitney Museum of American Art, Oct 9, 2021–Mar 2022
New York, NY – During the 1930s and 1940s, abstraction began to gain momentum as an exciting, fresh approach to modern artmaking in the United States, and a small assortment of American artists dedicated themselves to it. Labyrinth of Forms, a title inspired by an Alice Trumbull Mason work in this exhibition, alludes to the sense of discovery that drove these artists’ attempts to establish a visual form that reflected the advances of the twentieth century.Read More