Margaret Thatcher Projects

Spuyten Duyvil, solo exhibition, opening reception—September 19, 2019, 6-8 pm. 
Margaret Thatcher Projects, 539 West 23rd Street, ground floor.


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Davidson Gallery

Impossible Objectsgroup exhibition,
New York, NY, June 6 — August 23, 2019

drj - Dr. Julius | AP

CENTURY. idee bauhaus
A drj project with 100 international artists; an exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus. CENTURY. idea bauhaus is participating in an International series of celebratory Bauhaus events.
The curatorial team: museum director Simone Schimpf, MKK Ingolstadt; curator Sibylle Hoiman, Bauhaus Archive Berlin; art scientist Frederik Schikowski, Berlin/Basel; and architect and art collector Frank F. Drewes, Berlin/Bielefeld; as well as drj directors Christiane Bail and Matthias Seidel.
Berlin, Germany. April 28 — June 23, 2019

Valletta Contemporary

AFTERMINIMALISM, group Exhibition, curated by Norbert Francis Attard & Francesca Mangion. Valletta, Malta. Opens April 12.

Korea Galleries Art Fair - Seoul, Korea

Booth of Gallery SP, Seoul, Korea, February 21-24, 2019.

David Richard Gallery

Close Call, solo exhibition, new work, David Richard Gallery. Opening reception—November 27, 5-8 PM.  211 East 121st Street, New York, NY.

Harper's Books

Grafik, group exhibition curated by Ryan McGinness, East Hampton, NY. Opening: August 17th, 2018.

Marquee Projects

What's the Matter, group exhibition, opening March 31, 2018

Reynolds Gallery

Richard Roth: Early Glass Paintings
March 16 - April 27, 2018

Palm Springs Art Fair

In booth of Edward Cella Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, February 16 — 19, 2018.

Jeff Bailey Gallery

Transcendent Functionalism, Group Exhibition,
December 9, 2017 - January 28, 2018, Hudson, New York

Addition to permanent collection of Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 2013.

Addition to permanent collection of Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 2013.
Richard Roth, a painting professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, began his career in the late 1960s when Minimalism and Conceptual Art predominated in the art world. Untitled (yellow corner)dates from that time and nods to the essential modernist form of the grid (Piet Mondrian, Ad Reinhardt, Sol LeWitt), while subjecting it to rotation, misalignment, and high-keyed color. In effect, Roth created a “maximalist” rather than minimalist painting—although one still within the bounds of hard-edged geometry.
— John B. Ravenal, Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Untitled (yellow corner), 1971, Richard Roth (American, born 1946), enamel paint on glass, 72 x 72 in. Sydney and Francis Lewis Endowment Fund