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    Symphony of Survival

    Now exhibiting works on paper by William A. Hall

Current Exhibition

Symphony of Survival

William A. Hall

October 12, 2018 - November 20, 2018

Ross + Kramer Gallery is pleased to present “Symphony of Survival”, a survey of multi-panel colored pencil drawings by outsider artist William A. Hall, a formerly homeless visionary whose works have been shown by the American Folk Art Museum. Titled after an early work of the same name, the exhibition showcases the broad symphony of safety precautions visible in Hall’s works - from armored cars to topographical challenges to weapon-like flowers. The show is set to run from October 12 to November 20, 2018, at 14 E 63rd Street in New York, with an opening Thursday, October 11 from 5:00 - 8:00pm.

The drawings are highly detailed, with surrealistic, mind-bending landscapes of automobiles and industry seamlessly coinciding with wonders of the natural world. While futuristic, the works are also deeply rooted in Hall’s past in their attempts at portraying safety, whether that be in shock-proof armored cars, or wooded hideaways. After eighteen years of homelessness (two years on a bike, sixteen in a car) prior to being discovered as an artist, Hall’s ingenious visual imagery displays his previous yearning for barriers to provide safety, and his present freedom to imagine them.

Past Exhibition

Art Miami Fair Booth
Works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Fernando Botero, Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol, Mel Ramos, Tomoo Gokita, KAWS, Erik Parker and more

December 2018 · Miami

Past Exhibition

Kochi Sato · Hiroya Kurata
New Paintings

September 2018 · East Hampton

Past Exhibition

En Iwamura
New Ceramic Sculptures

August 2018 · East Hampton

Past Exhibition

Eric Shaw
New Paintings

July 2018 · East Hampton

Past Exhibition

Paintings and Drawings by Koichi Sato

March 2018 - April 2018 · NYC

Past Exhibition

In Behalf of Causes
Keith Haring & Banksy

November 2017 - January 2018 · NYC

Upcoming Exhibitions

Christian Van Minnen & Aaron Johnson

2019 · NYC

Dominique Fung

2019 · NYC

Ryan Travis Christian

2019 · NYC

John Rivas & February James Curated by Larry Mensah

2019 · NYC


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Ross + Kramer Gallery (located in NYC and East Hampton) specializes in exhibiting and bringing to market a wide variety of blue-chip artworks by established as well as significant emerging artists.

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