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Robert Gniewek

Robert Gniewek (b. 1951, Detroit, Michigan) embraces the atmospheric quality of photography with depictions of city scenes at dusk that emphasize the artificial light produced by theater marquees, diners, and bars. He frequently paints cities including New York, Las Vegas, and Monaco and his work is held in public collections throughout the Midwest. He received both his B.F.A. and M.A. from Wayne State University in Detroit.

 

Featured Works

Exhibitions
— Robert Gniewek

Currently On View

Summer Solstice

6 June — 19 July, 2024

The Louis K Meisel Gallery is pleased to present Summer Solstice. This exhibition brings together a selection of works by Photorealists centered around celebrating the summer aesthetic. The show will feature recent works of the artists represented by the gallery, including Jack Mendenhall, Bertrand Meniel, Bernardo Torrens and Anthony Brunelli. Whether they are rendered in black and white or saturated with color, these works radiate the heat of the warm summer months.

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Jack Mendenhall, Bellagio II, 2007
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Bertrand Meniel, Albion Hotel, 2001
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Robert Neffson, Morning Walk, 2024
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Previous Exhibitions

painting by Bertrand Meniel

Fall Selections

12 October — 4 November, 2023

Randy Dudley & Robert Gniewek

Forgotten Industry

25 April — 1 June, 2024

painting by John Salt

New York is Home

9 November , 2023— 5 January, 2024

painting by Bertrand Meniel

Art Miami 2023

Booth AM408

5 December — 10 December, 2023

The Flat Files Exhibition image

The Flat Files

Prints, Posters and Ephemera from our Files

3 June — 19 July, 2023

painting by Bertrand Meniel

Art Miami 2022

Booth AM408

29 November — 4 December, 2022

Recent Press
— Robert Gniewek

Robert Gniewek
A Preview to Havana
Hyperallergic, 16/11/2017

Parrish Art Museum
From Lens To Eye To Hand: Photorealism 1969 To Today
Hamptons Art Hub, 04/08/2017

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