Ninety-year old painter Wolf Kahn won’t be able to travel to Santa Fe from his farm in Vermont to attend the July 28 opening of his show “Wolf Kahn: Light and Color,” but approximately three dozen of his oil paintings created from the 1990s through the present have been shipped from his Vermont studio to LewAllen Galleries.
“To plan the show, I went to his farm to look at paintings with him,” says LewAllen Galleries’ director of modernism Louis Newman, who has been friends with Kahn for years. “Selecting works was a collaborative effort.”
Most of the paintings-some of which have never been seen outside of Kahn’s studio-are scenes from the greater New England area where Kahn has lived since 1968. [Read More…]