James Castle’s home in Boise, ID, circa 1970

 

James Castle’s Home to Become a Cultural Center

Established by Boise City Department of Arts and History, the James Castle House in Boise, Idaho will open in October of 2017, forty years after James Castle’s death. Offering diverse educational opportunities, exhibition space, and residency programs, the James Castle House will preserve the home of self-taught artist James Castle while supporting emerging artists with an authentic context for better understanding the interplay between environment and creative process.

James Castle Exhibition in Japan

The one-person exhibition James Castle opened at Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo on July 13, 2015 and runs through July  18, 2015. Watch: Tomio Koyama on His New Tokyo Gallery (video). Photos courtesy Tomio Koyama Gallery

 

 

Photo courtesy Mildred Baldwin, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Photo courtesy Mildred Baldwin, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Smithsonian American Art Museum Acquisition

The Smithsonian American Art Museum recently acquired some 54 pieces by James Castle, including drawings, handmade books, texts, and constructions, which reveal the remarkable quality of Castle’s vision. The exhibition, Untitled: The Art of James Castle September 26, 2014 – February 1, 2015 explores how the works themselves can elucidate the world of one of the most enigmatic American artists of the 20th century.  These works, Gift of the James Castle Collection and Archive and museum purchase through the Luisita L. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment can be viewed on the American Art Museum’s Collections page.

 

Peter Freeman, Inc. booth at the ADAA Fair My Highlights from ADAA: The Art Show 2014 JOHN ELDERFIELD This is a selection of fairly unassuming but still wonderful pieces that might easily get lost amid the noisy appeal of bigger, brighter, bolder works. The problem with art fairs is Read more...

Peter Freeman, Inc. booth at the ADAA Fair

My Highlights from ADAA: The Art Show 2014
JOHN ELDERFIELD

This is a selection of fairly unassuming but still wonderful pieces that might easily get lost amid the noisy appeal of bigger, brighter, bolder works. The problem with art fairs is Read more...

ADAA's The Art Show The Art Show Peter Freeman, Inc. features James Castle at ADAA’s “The Art Show” through March 9, 2014. Read more...

ADAA's The Art Show

The Art Show

Peter Freeman, Inc. features James Castle at ADAA’s “The Art Show” through March 9, 2014. Read more...

Venice Biennale: The Encyclopedic Palace The Encyclopedic Palace The 55th International Art Exhibition entitled Il Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), curated by Massimiliano Gioni and organized by la Biennale di Venezia chaired by Paolo Baratta, will open to the public from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, November 24, 2013 at the Giardini and at the Arsenale. The preview is on May 29, 30 and 31. The award ceremony and the inauguration will take place on Saturday, June 1. Read more...  

Venice Biennale: The Encyclopedic Palace

The Encyclopedic Palace

The 55th International Art Exhibition entitled Il Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), curated by Massimiliano Gioni and organized by la Biennale di Venezia chaired by Paolo Baratta, will open to the public from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, November 24, 2013 at the Giardini and at the Arsenale. The preview is on May 29, 30 and 31. The award ceremony and the inauguration will take place on Saturday, June 1. Read more...

 

      David Adamo/James Castle David Adamo/James Castle Peter Freeman, Inc is pleased to present a new exhibition with artists David Adamo and James Castle. What had originally been planned to be two simultaneous one-person exhibitions has instead been purposefully integrated throughout the space: new work by Adamo installed in a dialogue with historic work by Castle, specially selected by Adamo. Read more...   

      David Adamo/James Castle

David Adamo/James Castle

Peter Freeman, Inc is pleased to present a new exhibition with artists David Adamo and James Castle. What had originally been planned to be two simultaneous one-person exhibitions has instead been purposefully integrated throughout the space: new work by Adamo installed in a dialogue with historic work by Castle, specially selected by
Adamo. Read more...