Helene Aylon

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Born in 1931, and based in New York, Helène Aylon is a graduate of Brooklyn College and Antioch University West, San Francisco.

Aylon has received awards from the Pollock Krasner Foundation, the NEA, NYSCA, the Gottlieb Foundation, and was a sponsored artist at Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony.

Aylon was represented by the Betty Parsons Gallery, New York, and is currently seeking gallery affiliation.

Selected solo exhibitions

“Silver and Metal Paintings” 1970 and 1972, Max Hutchinson Gallery
“Paintings That Change in Time” 1975, Betty Parsons Gallery
“Formations” 1979, Betty Parsons Gallery
“Formations Breaking” 1979, 112 Workshop (aka White Columns)
“Earth Ambulance” 1992, Creative Time, NYC
“Bridge of Knots” 1995, Berkeley Art Museum
“The Earth Ambulance and the Bridge of Knots” 2004-2008, HVCCA
“Bridge of Knots” 2006, American University Museum
“The Liberation of G-D” 2011, The Warhol Museum

Selected group exhibitions

“Lyrical Abstraction” 1971, The Whitney Museum, NYC
“Too Jewish?” 1996, The Jewish Museum, NYC (traveling)
“Zero-G: When Gravity Becomes Form” 1999, Whitney/Stamford
“The American Century Show” 2000, Whitney Museum, NYC
“Faith: The Impact of Judeo/Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium” 2000, Aldrich Museum
“Under The Covers” 2003, Jewish Museum of Australia
“A Complex Weave” 2009-2013, Rutgers University (traveling)
“Reinventing Ritual” 2010, The Jewish Museum (traveling)
“Matronita,” 2012, Ein Harod Museum of Art – Israel
“Beyond Belief: 100 Years of The Spiritual in Modern Art” 2013, SFMOMA

 

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http://heleneaylon.com

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