'Works on Paper' by Mentor David Humphrey at Pamela Salisbury Gallery
BY Nicole Saldarriaga, August 18, 2021
Visual Arts Mentor David Humphrey is featured in a new solo exhibition at Pamela Salisbury Gallery. Works on Paper is Humphrey's second solo exhibition at Pamela Salisbury and will be available for viewing until August 29, 2021.
Works on Paper includes over twenty new works, all of which employ Humphrey's characteristic abstraction and figuration, with references to "Pop Art, Surrealism, and Expressionism."
David Humphrey is a New York artist who has been showing his paintings and sculpture internationally since the 1980’s. Blind Handshake, an anthology of his art writing, was published in 2010 and includes a variety of reviews, essays, and curatorial statements. Humphrey has won the Rome Prize, a Guggenheim fellowship, and a variety of grants including an NEA and the New York State Council for the Arts. Humphrey has done numerous solo exhibitions in New York at the McKee Gallery, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., and is currently represented by Fredericks & Freiser. He received his BFA from MICA and an MA from NYU.