Saul Steinberg: Selected Masterworks at Pucker Gallery in Boston. June 5 – July 11, 2021

Steinberg defined drawing as “a way of reasoning on paper,” an idea he constantly explored in new visual territories of drawings, paintings, collages, murals, and sculptures.

Jessica R. Feldman’s Saul Steinberg’s Literary Journeys

Published by the University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, Virginia and London, Jessica R. Feldman’s Saul Steinberg’s Literary Journeys, the first book-length study of Steinberg’s art and its relation to literature, explores his complex literary roots, particularly his fondness for modernist aesthetics and iconography. The Steinberg who emerges is an artist of far greater depth than has […]

Live Stream: Illustrated Talk on Saul Steinberg with The Parrish Art Museum

LIVE STREAM ILLUSTRATED TALK ON SAUL STEINBERG WITH CHIEF CURATOR ALICIA G. LONGWELL, PARIS-BASED PHOTOGRAPHER DANIELA ROMAN, AND STEINBERG SCHOLAR ANDREEA MIHALACHE FRIDAY, MAY 22, 5 PM Join   WATER MILL, NY 5/7/2020—Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator at the Museum, will give a livestream illustrated talk on Saul […]

Saul Steinberg: Modernist Without Portfolio at the Parrish Art Museum. November 10, 2019 – April 2021

Famed worldwide for giving graphic definition to the postwar age, Saul Steinberg (American, b. Romania, 1914–1999) was renowned for the covers, drawings, and cartoons that appeared in The New Yorker for nearly six decades. He was equally acclaimed for the drawings, paintings, prints, collages, and sculptures he exhibited internationally in galleries and museums. Steinberg crafted […]

Saul Steinberg: Imagined Interiors at Pace Gallery. March 23, 2020 – April 6, 2020

Saul Steinberg (1914-1999) redefined the possibilities of drawing, casting it as a philosophical investigation, “a way of reasoning on paper.” His ingenious experiments with drawing and other media, including photography, collage, and sculpture, earned him critical acclaim as a modernist artist in the post-war period, while his numerous drawings and covers for The New Yorker […]

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