Lawrence Fine Art


  • Scope Miami Beach, December 5-10

  • Lawrence Fine Art will exhibit at Scope Miami Beach, December 5-10.  This is the gallery's inaugural appearance at the fair.  The gallery will exhibit work by Judy Mauer, Adam Daily and Howard Schatz. Please contact us for more details.

  • Market Art and Design, July 6-9

  •  Please join us in Bridgehampton for Market Art and Design, July 6-9.  You may download ticket here or here.

  • Market Art and Design, July 7-10

  •  Lawrence Fine Art will exhibit at the upcoming Market Art and Design, July 7-10, on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Museum. Hours:

    Thursday evening VIP preview:  6-10 pm

    Friday:  11-7 pm

    Saturday:  11-7 pm

    Sunday:  12-6 pm

  • Summer Hours Begin

  •  Gallery Summer Hours are as follows:

    Open:  Sunday-Thursday, 11:30-8:30

                  Friday, 11:30-8:00

    Closed:  Saturday

  • Lawrence Fine Art to Participate in Art on Paper NYC, March 3-6

  •  Lawrence Fine Art is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at the upcoming Art on Paper Fair during Armory Week, March 3-6, at Pier 36, located on the Lower East Side. The gallery will exhibit work by Harriette Joffe, David Einstein, George Schulman, Anna Walinska and Stan Brodsky.

  • Lawrence Fine Art to represent Long Island Artist Stan Brodsky

  •  Lawrence Fine Art is delighted to announce that it now represents the work of acclaimed Long Island abstract artist Stan Brodsky. The gallery will show select works on paper at the upcoming Art on Paper Fair, March 3-6, NYC. It will open "Stan Brodsky at 92" Summer 2016.


  • Lawrence Fine Art to Participate in Miami Project, Dec. 1-6

  •  Lawrence Fine Art will exhibit at Miami Project 2015 during Art Basel-Miami week. Details to follow.

  • Fall Hours Begin September 9

  •  M, Thurs: 11:30-5:30 pm

    Fri., Sat., Sun.: 11:30: 6:30

  • Pioneering Female Pop Artist Marjorie Strider Dies at 81

  • Pioneering female pop artist Marjorie Strider passed away last Wednesday at her home in Saugerties, New York. Strider, born in Guthrie, Oklahoma, was 81 years old.

    Throughout her 50-year career, Strider relished transgressing convention.  Her work could be, at once, acutely minimalist, recognizably “Pop”, slyly erotic and completely authoritative. This was a woman who knew who she was and what she wanted to say. 

    It was not always been easy for female artists of Strider’s generation—the Silent Generation--to find their voice and speak with authority.  Pop Art has generally been considered a male-only playground. How could a woman have anything to say about art that is inspired by girlie magazines and comic books? Indeed, only one of 202 works at a 1991 high profile retrospective of Pop Art at the Royal Academy of Art in London was by a female artist.

    Only now are women’s contributions to Pop Art being reexamined. And the tide is turning. Seductive Subversions, the first-ever exhibition of female Pop artists, toured the US in 2010-2011. Marjorie Strider is one of the most important of those female artists whose work is being rediscovered.

    Strider had her first show in 1964, at the Pace Gallery, called The First International Girlie Show.  She showed along with then-emerging male pop artists Mel Ramos, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Tom Wesselman.  She would go on to have numerous one-woman shows.  Her work is held in numerous museum collections and she is the subject of considerable literature.

    Her most recent exhibition, of new works, was at Lawrence Fine Art, East Hampton this past summer. Called Marjorie Strider:  Second International Girlie Show, the exhibition marked the 50th anniversary of her first exhibition at Pace Gallery.



  • "Crash One: Broken Language" Opens Saturday, July 26

  •  Lawrence Fine Art will open "Crash One: Broken Language" with an opening reception on Saturday, July 26 from 5-8 pm. Crash One was one of the first subway graffiti writers from the 1970s to transition to canvas.

  • "From Old Glory to Pop Icon: The Enduring Popularity of the American Flag in Contemporary Art" Gallery Talk

  • Artist and former Pollock-Krasner Foundation Research Fellow Timothy Roepe will present a talk  entitled "From Old Glory to Pop Icon:  The Enduring Popularity of the American Flag in Contemporary Art" on Saturday, July 5th at 5 pm.  He will discuss the American flag as it is presented in contempoary art from Jasper Johns to the present, including his own art.


  • Lawrence Fine Arts Completes First Two Commercial Installations

  •  Lawrence Fine Art announced today that it had completed its first two installations curated specially for a commercial building space. The gallery partnered with the "Building Art Curatorial Program" (BACP) whose aim is to match commercial building owners, corporate collectors, and tenants with established and emerging artists. BACP was conceived and founded by Cindy Farkas Glanzrock, who serves as the creative director and is also the President of Glanzrock Realty Services.

    915 Broadway (at the corner of 21st Street), managed by ABS Partners Real Estate,  was the first building to partner with Lawrence Fine Art and BACP to unveil its newly renovated lobby. The lobby will showcase artwork from Sen2, a Bronx-based  pop-graffiti artist, who is represented by Lawrence Fine Art. The building will exhibit the artwork for a limited period, similar to a gallery or museum rotation. The work is leased, with an option to purchase. Subsequently, BACP also debutted installations at 1001 Sixth Avenue (at the corner of 37th Street) and 29 West 38th Street. Lawrence Fine Art installed "Electrocat" by LA Roc on  West 38th Street.
    "We are excited about this project for a number of reasons, not least of which is the opportunity for viewers to see work by popular artists and in genres that are increasingly sought out by collectors and museums," said Gallery Director Howard Shapiro.
    For more information on the program, please contact the gallery.

  • Gallery owner Howard Shapiro to speak on "Rediscovered Masters: Lost and Found" at Boston International Fine Arts Show

  •  Shapiro will speak about the work of Arthur Pinajian at a panel discussion on Sunday, November 24 at 2 pm.  The panel will be moderated by distinguished critic and author Peter Falk.

  • Childrens' Workshop with LA ROC at Children's Museum of the East End

  •  Children ages 4 years and up will get to meet and collaborate with renowned artist, Angel Ortiz, aka LA ROC. With Angel’s guidance, they will design their own original artist name or “tag” and create a graffiti painting with paint pens and watercolors. The children will also work on a large-scale canvas that will be displayed in the Museum.  This occurs at the Childrens' Museum of the East End, starting at 10:30, sponsored bhy Lawrence Fine Art.

  • Harriette Joffe Gallery Talk Saturday, July 6

  • Lawrence Fine Art will present a gallery talk by the artist Harriette Joffe on Saturday, July 6 at 4 pm.  This is in concunction with her exhibition entitled "Harriette Joffe:  RiverJazz and All That Stuff" which opens at the  gallery on June 26 with a reception on Saturday, June 28 at 4 pm.

  • Hamptons Gallery Weekend

  • A three day event to celebrate art in the Hamptons and to benefit the retreat.  For more information:

  • Gallery talk by artist Etsuko Ichikawa Saturday June 8

  • Artist Etsuko Ichikawa will speak about her work at Lawrence Fine Art, Saturday June 8, at 4 pm. Her talk is part of an on-going series of talks by artists sponsored over the summer by the gallery. Ichikawa is showing her work as part of the "The Horizontalists" exhibition at the gallery. She paints with molten glass on paper and will discuss her method. A video of her creating her work will accompany the talk.

  • New Works by Judy Mauer

  • Lawrence Fine Art is proud to announce its association with the photographic artist Judy Mauer and her initial "Doll" series.  Check the artist tab for examples of her work.

  • Work by Jerold Ehrlich

  • Lawrence Fine Art is pleased to announce its association with the sculptor Jerold Ehrlich.  Please go to the sculpture tab to see his work.

  • New Works by Karl Klingbiel

  • We are delighted to announced our assoication with artist Karl Klingbiel, known for his elusive, literary abstractions.  Please check the website.

  • Now easier to search for contemporary artists

  • Now easier to search for contemporary artists.  Just click on the "contemporary" tab under "Artists" to find our roster of outstanding contemporary artists.