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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Untitled, Miami Beach
Untitled, Miami Beach
William Betts
21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Paintings
Canvas, Acrylic
Starting with digital photographs, William Betts’ scenes of leisure are filtered through multiple layers of technological intervention. Betts’ photographs are reorganized into pixels...
Mixed Signals #3
Mixed Signals #3
William Steiger
2010s Contemporary Landscape Drawings and Watercolors
Glue, Gouache, Archival Paper
William Steiger's Mixed Signals #3 is a work on paper collaged together from hand cut paper, glue and gouache. The blue tones in the background are from hand marbling the paper. Pr...
Untitled (A)
Untitled (A)
Raymond Saá
2010s Contemporary Mixed Media
Gouache, Archival Paper
Untitled (A) is primarily black, white, and gray. Raymond Saá’s collages are made of hand-painted paper, cut into various shapes that are then sewn together. The end result is an ov...
#D12-22
#D12-22
Frank Badur
2010s Abstract Geometric Abstract Drawings and Watercolors
Gouache, Archival Paper, Pencil
Listed Dimensions: Frame Size 20.75" X 16.75" Drawing Size 12" X 8.5" German artist Frank Badur’s #D12-22, is a freehand pencil and gouache drawing. There is a complementary contras...
Suntory Twins
Rainer Gross
2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings
Oil, Pigment, Canvas
Each panel is 40 x 36 inches, 102 x 91 cm, in two parts. An inch separation. The Suntory Twins by Rainer Gross has speckles of blue, purple, green, and orange. Rainer Gross’ proce...
Rooms Series: Slip
Michelle Benoit
2010s Abstract Abstract Sculptures
Wood, Acrylic, Lucite
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...
Slip-Stitched Light
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...
Spring for Raoul De Keyser #6
Kevin Finklea
2010s Abstract Abstract Sculptures
Birch, Poplar, Acrylic
Kevin Finklea’s contemporary color field paintings exemplify his belief that the simplest gesture is sometimes the best. Painting on carefully selected lumber, Finklea relies on intu...
Herald 2.1
Kevin Finklea
2010s Abstract Abstract Sculptures
Poplar, Acrylic
Kevin Finklea’s contemporary color field paintings exemplify his belief that the simplest gesture is sometimes the best. Painting on carefully selected lumber, Finklea relies on intu...
Random Logic
Ted Larsen
2010s Abstract Geometric Mixed Media
Steel
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...
Crash Landing
Ted Larsen
2010s Abstract Geometric Abstract Paintings
Steel
Ted Larsen's Crash Landing is a hard-edged sculptural, mixed media painting. Primary colors include white and hues of green, yellow, orange and blue. The piece is Constructivist, Bau...
Dull Roar
Ted Larsen
2010s Abstract Geometric Abstract Sculptures
Steel
Ted Larsen's Dull Roar is a hard-edged sculptural, mixed media painting. The work is primarily seafoam green. It is a graphic, architectural, minimalist three-dimensional painting. C...

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