I’m very happy to announce that my work is now represented by
Silas De Morissey Gallery (formerly Art 3 gallery)
109 Ingraham St.
Brooklyn NY 11237
and I will be having a solo show there:
Opening Saturday November 4, 2017, 3 – 5 PM
November 3 – December 17, 2017
If you’re in town it would be great to see you!!
514 West 25th St.
Through September 16, 2017
Frances is honored to be part of this group show. Please click on the links to learn more.
Frances Barth, “a tiny pinch” 2017 ac/wood panel
REGINA B (TRT 12:29)
A Film by Frances Barth
A short documentary/portrait of the painter Regina Bogat, who at the age of 84 had her first solo show in New York City, of work from the 1960’s. These paintings had only been seen once at her loft party back in the ‘60’s. A part of the 10th Street art scene, Regina was the only woman artist working in the Bowery Studio building with Mark Rothko, James Brooks, Ray Parker and other Abstract Expressionists. A natural raconteur and independently minded painter, a friend of Ad Reinhardt and Eva Hesse, Regina subsequently married the painter Alfred Jensen and has continuously painted throughout her life. In 2018 there will be a retrospective of her work, and she has recently had multiple exhibitions in New York and Paris.
View the Trailer at:
We’re excited to have this new web page which leads to movie trailers for the two animations and video, and the graphic novel.
Click on the film cans to go to Jonnie In The Lake, Regina B, and End of the Day, End of the Day. Find movie trailers, press kits and more.
Click on the graphic novel on the shelf below to go to info and links to Amazon and B&N for Ginger Smith and Billy Gee.
A new digital catalogue was just released for the wonderful show curated by Michael Walls that was at the Kingsborough Art Museum and is being worked on as a travelling exhibit.
Please click on the image below to link to the catalogue.