Edward Avedisian, ‘Untitled 044’, 1973, Carrie Haddad Gallery

Canvas is unstretched, which accounts for the wrinkles in the canvas.

Series: NY Times reporter Roberta Smith writes in the obituary published in 2007 that “Edward Avedisian helped establish the hotly colored, but emotionally cool, abstract painting that succeeded Abstract Expressionism in the early 1960s. This young luminary harnessed elements of minimalism, pop, and color field painting to create prominent works of epic proportions that energized the New York art scene of the time.

Signature: Signed on reverse.

Image rights: Carrie Haddad Gallery

About Edward Avedisian

American, 1936-2007, Lowell, MA, United States, based in New York City, NY, United States

Solo Shows

2005
Hudson, NY, United States,
50 Years: A Retrospective
2003
Mitchel Algus, 
New York, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian
2002
Hudson, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian Solo Exhibit
1999
Mitchel Algus, 
New York, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian
1996
Mitchel Algus, 
New York, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian
1995
Hudson, NY, United States,
Hudson Scenes
1979
Fishbach Gallery, 
New York, NY, United States,
New Work by Edward Avedisian
1978
The Carriage House, 
New York,
Edward Avedisian
1978
Nina Freudenheim Gallery, 
Buffalo, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian
1977
Gray Art Gallery, 
New York, NY, United States,
Abstract Painting by Edward Avedisian
1975
Robert Elkon Gallery, 
New York,
Edward Avedisian
1975
The Carriage House, 
Houston, TX, United States,
Edward Avedisian
1974
Janie C. Lee Gallery, 
Houston, TX, United States,
Paintings by Edward Avedisian
1973
Robert Elkon Gallery, 
New York, NY, United States,
Edward Avedisian
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