Margaret Thatcher Projects

New York, NY
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About Margaret Thatcher Projects

Margaret Thatcher Projects has, since its inception in 1998, been located in the West Chelsea arts district. The gallery opened in its first space on West 20th Street. In 2002 Thatcher Projects moved to its artist-designed space on West 25th Street, the Whitehall building. In 2009 we relocated to our current home, a ground floor gallery at 539 West 23rd Street. Thatcher Projects presents a mix of internationally established artists alongside promising young talent. The gallery focuses on abstract painting and process. Over our almost 20 year history, the exhibition pro...Read More

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Mini-Cube, 13-20-3
Mini-Cube, 13-20-3
Matthias van Arkel
21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Sculptures
A unique sculpture by Swedish artist Matthias van Arkel. This artwork is constructed from platinum silicone rubber, a self-healing material that the artist colors and molds, later se...
Alchemy of the Symphony
Alchemy of the Symphony
Heidi Spector
21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Paintings
Acrylic Polymer, Birch, Resin
Heidi Spector's paintings, composed of liquitex acrylic painted as bands of color on Russian birch, are topped with resin, creating a surface where candy-like colors pulse and dance ...
Ensayo Mutiscua
Ensayo Mutiscua
Omar Chacon
21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Paintings
Acrylic Polymer, Canvas
Colombian-American artist, Omar Chacon is well known for his unique process. His paintings, made from acrylic on canvas, shine and brim with color and energy. They are in fact collag...
Land of Fun II
Land of Fun II
Heidi Spector
2010s Minimalist Abstract Paintings
Resin, Birch, Acrylic, Wood Panel
Heidi Spector's Land of Fun II is composed of brightly colored bands of acrylic paint on birch panel, meticulously coated with a seductive, glossy resin. The resin creates a surface ...
Random Logic
Ted Larsen
2010s Abstract Geometric Mixed Media
Steel, Rubber, Silicone, Plywood
Ted Larsen's Random Logic is a hard-edged sculptural, mixed media painting. The work is primarily red, yellow, and orange in color. It is a graphic, architectural, minimalist three-d...
Warren Twins
Rainer Gross
2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings
Oil, Pigment, Canvas
The Warren Twins by Rainer Gross is primarily orange, yellow, red, and green with speckles of grey. Each panel is 30 x 26 inches (76 x 66 cm). Rainer Gross’ process is alchemic in n...
Wriggle To Life
Nobu Fukui
2010s Contemporary Mixed Media
Canvas, Mixed Media, Panel
Nobu Fukui’s paintings are marked by a combination of painterly abstraction with elements of collage and mixed media, culminating in captivating surfaces that may be read as improvis...
Dominion 1
Kevin Finklea
2010s Contemporary Mixed Media
Birch, Poplar, Acrylic
Kevin Finklea’s painted geometric sculptures on wood are directed with the artists care to form and balance, further informed by the artist's almost obsessive attention and devotion ...
Under a Rufescent Sky: Gilded
Michelle Benoit
2010s Abstract Abstract Sculptures
Lucite, Wood, Acrylic
Taking an alchemic approach, Michelle Benoit’s work captures isolated moments in time, space and place. She uses transparent lucite and coded color combinations to illustrate the ide...
Roosevelt Island Tram
William Steiger
2010s Contemporary Mixed Media
Paper, Glue, Gouache
William Steiger’s compositions are atmospheric, yet stylized. The clean, thoughtfully conceived lines and forms depict trams, roller coasters, and buildings at the height of pre-war ...
Red Consonant
David Mann
2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings
Oil
David Mann explores a series of paradoxes through a unique blend and treatment of mediums in his work. At first, the eye is drawn in to a distinctive source of inner light, where lay...
Electrolyte in Blue
David Mann
2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings
Oil
David Mann explores a series of paradoxes through a unique blend and treatment of mediums in his work. At first, the eye is drawn in to a distinctive source of inner light, where lay...

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