Benjamin Abramowitz at 1818/Galerie - Rima Suqi
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Rima Suqi, Ben Abramowicz, 1818 Collective, Galerie Provenance

29 May Benjamin Abramowitz at 1818/Galerie

Benjamin Abramowitz is perhaps one of the most prolific artists in recent times with almost zero name recognition. That will undoubtedly change with an exhibition of his works debuting this weekend at 1818 Collective in Sag Harbor, in collaboration with Galerie Provenance. The latter is owned by Sheila Bouttier, the only grandchild of the late Abramowitz. A former Senior Vice President of Telepictures/Warner Bros. and ABC Daytime, Bouttier runs Galerie Provenance from her Los Angeles home, which is chock full of his works in mediums ranging from paintings to inks on paper to sculptures. “I’ve never had anyone come to the house and not appreciate the work. People are really effusive,” she notes. “He had a lot of range, from gorgeous nudes and watercolors to an era of sculpture studies.”

Read more about him here. It’s worth it- he’s super interesting. You can also see more of his works here.

Photo by Glen Allsop