|Mazola and Ronzoni, 1969, Howard Kanovitz--changes.|
|4 AM Eastern Time, 1956, Howard Kanovitz--an early morning jam session,|
an oxymoronic, abstract, narrative painting.
|Real Self, 2007, Howard Kanovitz|
|The Opening, 1967, Howard Kanovitz. |
The reality of memory, recalling vividly only the people, not the setting.
|Journal, 1972, Howard Kanovitz, (the eyes are Mia Farrow's).|
|Windmill Antilles, 1980s, Howard Kanovitz|
|Taxi Bay, 1990s, Howard Kanovitz. Stuck in traffic becomes a moment stopped in time.|
|Way to London, 1990, Howard Kanovitz|
|The New York Gallery, Salon 94, earlier this year (2014) presented |
"Transition Game," which pulls together the work of Howard Kanovitz,
Richard Avedon, Lorna Simpson, and Lucien Smith.
|Skyline, 2006, Howard Kanovitz. Long a devotee of the grid in his work, shortly before his death Kanovitz began creating airbrushed mosaics based upon multiple photos.|