Current Exhibition

WILL INSLEY

Mythological Elsewhere

from ONECITY, 1970s-90s

For over fifty years, Will Insley (1929-2011) utilized his architectural knowledge of space, structure, and purpose to visualize an abstract civilization in his artwork

Curated by James Cavello

WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC presents a solo exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and photomontages by New York artist, Will Insley (1929-2011), curated by James Cavello. During his lifelong career as an artist, Insley utilized his architectural knowledge of space, structure, and purpose to visualize an abstract civilization in his artwork. For 50 years he dedicated his creativity to developing ONECITY through writing, poetry, calculations, drawings, paintings, photomontage and sculptural models.

ONECITY is a labyrinthine structure buried in the central North American plains, spanning over 675 square miles between the Mississippi River and the ColoradoMountains. ONECITY is designed to hold 400 million people, and is neither utopian, nor dystopian, but instead a mythological space existing in some undetermined time. Insley’s map of ONECITY divides it into five main sections: the Outer Fields, Outer City, Inner Fields, Inner City, and Opaque Library. The “seed and soul” of the city lies within the Opaque Library which holds all of the ratio numerations of the city, scrawled on the Library’s walls; no one is allowed access to the vault of information.

“ONECITY cannot be so specifically located in any time. The simplistic reading is that ONECITY does exist in potential in the present and will exist at some precise period in the future, but the actuality of ONECITY slips away from normal expectations of our worldly understanding. ONECITY exists in the undetermined darkness of mythological elsewhere. The ‘old’ cities, which preceded its existence, lie in ruins and are visited as we now visit Stonehenge.” - Will Insley, 1984

The paintings on view represent fragments recovered from the Opaque Library’s walls, in relation to understanding the mathematical and mythical construction of the greater ONECITY structure. These paintings such as: Hinge Space Fragment No. 92.1, 1992-96 and Cage Space Fragment No. 96.1, 1996-2001 offer insight into the visual and metaphorical depth of ONECITY and the civilization. The black, gray, white, and occasional yellow lines represent a relationship between order and disorder which is reflected in the overall visible complexity of the ONECITY structure.

Also on view is the model of Insley’s abstract /buildings/ from the 70’s, which inhabit the wilderness outside of the Outer Fields. The slash markings utilized between words refers to a demarcation of abstract space as denoted by Insley. The reason for the /building’s/ existence is to contain spatial situations sympathetic to the religious beliefs of the civilization, where one views the horizon line as a spiritual journey between the present and the future. The /buildings/ facilitate these beliefs and Insley says “human participation in their three-dimensional space parallels the mind wandering as a character in a drama of numerical (real) and philosophical (unreal) theories.”

In the downstairs gallery, twelve photomontages, 1970s, illustrate the abstract /buildings/ in a desolate landscape, far away from the proposed city structure of ONECITY. The works show the variations as described by Insley in the preface to his 1984 solo exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum:

“Some /buildings/ are solid, all spaces open to the sky, and one must climb up and down their slanted skies to experience a series of “hills” and “valleys” as removed horizons. Others offer narrow passages cut through the corrugated mass and rise above and sink below the horizon line in dialogue. Some do not rise above the earth at all, but are pits and tunnels boring down into the ground and are virtually invisible from any distant view.”

Insley's artwork has been exhibited in numerous museums in the United States and Europe, including a solo exhibition at Guggenheim Museum, 1984 and Museum of Modern Art, 1971 in New York City, as well as inclusion in Documenta 5, 1972 and 6, 1977. Insley’s artwork is in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Smithsonian Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of Art, Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and many others.

WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC owns and manages the estate of artist Will Insley

Exhibition dates: September 14 - December 7, 2018

Artwork © WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2015 - On the Bowery. Paintings by Will Insley, (Prints by Cy Twombly, Robert Indiana, Robert Ryman, Charles Hinman, Will Insley) Westwood Gallery NYC

  • 2012 - Foundation ONECITY. Paintings from the 1960s., Westwood Gallery NYC

  • 2010 - Will Insley: ONECITY Wall Fragments from the Walls of ONECITY, Westwood Gallery, New York City

  • 1996 - Will Insley: The Drawings, New Arts Program, Leigh Valley, PA

  • 1995 - Will Insley: Wall Sections from the Prisons of One City, Hanes Art Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • 1992 - Will Insley: Wall Fragments and Drawings II, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1990 - Will Insley: Grids , Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York City

  • 1990 - Will Insley: Wall Fragments and Drawings I, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1988 - Will Insley: Drawings, Max Protetch Gallery

  • 1988 - Will Insley: New Wall Fragments, Max Protetch Gallery, New York City

  • 1985 - Will Insley: Drawings 1985, Max Protetch Gallery, New York City

  • 1984 - Solomon Guggenheim Museum, The Opaque Civilization

  • 1982 - Section Drawings of a Building from ONECITY, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1980 - First Drawings of ONECITY, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1978 - Pläne für eine ander Welt: Gedächte und gebaute Raumvorstellungen, Gallery Orny, Munich, Germany

  • 1977 - Architectural Drawings, Protetch-McIntosh, Washington D.C.

  • 1977 - Will Insley: Architectural Drawings, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1976 - Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

  • 1976 - Annemarie Verna, Zurich, Switzerland

  • 1976 - Fischbach Gallery, New York

  • 1975 - College Arts Gallery, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

  • 1975 - Allen Priebe Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI

  • 1974 - Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany

  • 1974 - Annemarie Verna, Zurich, Switzerland

  • 1974 - Fischbach Gallery, New York

  • 1973 - Will Insley, New York: Pläne für eine andere Welt: Gedächte und gebaute Raumvorstellungen, Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany

  • 1973 - Fischbach Gallery, New York

  • 1972 - Buildings by Will Insley, Visual Arts Gallery, New York

  • 1972 - Paul Maenz, Cologne, Germany

  • 1971 - Will Insley, Ceremonial Space, Museum of Modern Art, New York

  • 1969 - Will Insley: Space Diagrams, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1969 - Channel Space, John Gibson Commissions, Inc., New York

  • 1968 - Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

  • 1968 - Stable Gallery, New York

  • 1968 - Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

  • 1967 - Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina

  • 1966 - Stable Art Gallery, New York

  • 1965 - Stable Art Gallery, New York



Group Exhibitions

  • 2016 - Abstraction in New York. Will Insley and James Juthstrom, WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC

  • 2016 - Drawn from Artists' Collections: Sol LeWitt, The Drawing Center

  • 2013 - Cellblock I and II, An Essay In Exhibition Form, Andrea Rosen Gallery

  • 2012 - Art Wynwood, Westwood Gallery NYC

  • 2012 - On the Bowery. Silkscreens by Cy Twombly, Robert Ryman, Will Insley, Robert Indiana, Les Levine, John Willenbecher, Charles Hinman, Richard Smith, Gerald Laing, John Giorno. Photographs by Eliot Elisofon, Westwood Gallery NYC

  • 2012 - Towards A Warm Math, On Stellar Rays Gallery NYC

  • 2011 - Art Miami, Westwood Gallery NYC

  • 1998 - Masters of the Masters, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH

  • 1996 - Extended Minimal, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1995 - Drawing the Line, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC

  • 1995 - Alchemy, Procter Art Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

  • 1995 - American Sculptors in the 1960s. Selected Drawings from the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York

  • 1994 - Off Balance, Artrax, New York

  • 1993 - On Paper, TZ’Art & Co, New York

  • 1992 - The Living Object: The Art Collection of Ellen H. Johnson, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH

  • 1989 - Geometric Abstraction and the Modern Spirit, Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY

  • 1989 - Max Protetch Gallery: 20 Years, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1988 - Kolner Kunstmarkt, Cologne, Germany

  • 1988 - 20th Anniversary Group Exhibition, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

  • 1987 - Selections from Solid Abstractions, Saxon Lee Gallery, New York

  • 1987 - Group Show Gallery Artists, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1985 - Between Science and Fiction, Fundaçao Bienal de Sao Paulo, Brazil

  • 1985 - Geometric Abstractions: Selections from a Decade, 1975-1985, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

  • 1984 - From the Collection of Sol LeWitt, The University Art Museum, California State Museum, Long Beach, CA

  • 1984 - Indiana Influence: The Golden Age of Indiana Landscape Painting. Indiana’s Modern Legacy: An Inaugural Exhibition of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN

  • 1984 - Winter Group Exhibition, Protetch-McNeil, New York

  • 1984 - Dreams and Nightmares-Utopian Visions in Modern Art, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

  • 1983 - Drawings 1983, Annemarie Verna, Zurich, Switzerland

  • 1983 - Painting and Sculpture , Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1983 - Connections:Bridges/ Ladders/ Ramps/ Staircases/ Tunnels, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, PA

  • 1983 - Abstract Painting: 1960-69, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, PS1, Long Island City, NY

  • 1982 - Post-Minimalism, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

  • 1981 - Imaginary Civilizations , Tyler and Penrose Galleries, Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA

  • 1981 - Amerikanische Zeichnungen der siebziger Jahre/ Drawing Distinctions: American Drawings of the Seventies , Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark

  • 1980 - Architectural Sculpture , Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • 1980 - Drawings/Structures , Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

  • 1980 - Michael Rea Collection of American Art 1960-80, McIntosh-Dysdale, Washington, DC

  • 1980 - Pier + Ocean: Construction in the Art of the Seventies, Hayward Gallery, London, UK

  • 1979 - Indiana / New York, Washington Gallery, Indianapolis, IN

  • 1979 - Mind, Child, Architecture, New Jersey Institute of Technology, School of Architecture Gallery, Newark, NJ

  • 1979 - Drawings about Drawings: New Directions (1968-1978), Ackland Memorial Art Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

  • 1979 - Art and Architecture: Space and Structure, Protetch-McIntosh, Washington, DC

  • 1978 - Dwellings, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1978 - Inaugural Exhibition, Max Protetch Gallery

  • 1977 - documenta 6, Kassel, Germany

  • 1976 - Fischbach Gallery, New York

  • 1976 - Painting, Drawing and Sculpture form the 60s and 70s from the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection, Philadelphia College of Art, PA

  • 1976 - Art That Involves Words, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1976 - Drawing Today in New York , Sewall Gallery, Rice University, Houston, TX

  • 1976 - Private Notations: Artist’s Sketchbooks II, Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1976 - 15, John Gibson Gallery, New York

  • 1976 - New Gallery Artists, Max Protetch Gallery, New York

  • 1976 - Jahre Museum Haus Lange: Eine Retrospektive der Ausstellungen 1955 bis 1975, Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany

  • 1976 - American Salon des Refuses, Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, CT

  • 1975 - Narrative in Contemporary Art , McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

  • 1975 - Painting, Drawing and Sculpture from the 60s and 70s , the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1975 - Labyrinth: Symbol and Meaning in Contemporary Art, Watson Gallery, Wheaton College, Norton, MA

  • 1975 - Contemporary Drawings, William Paterson State College, Wayne, NJ

  • 1975 - Works on Paper, Annemarie Verna – Art 6/75, Basel, Switzerland

  • 1975 - Drawings U.S.A. '75, Minneapolis Museum of Art

  • 1975 - 20th Century Drawings, Hawthorne Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

  • 1974 - Drawings 1974, Anemarie Verna, Basel, Switzerland

  • 1974 - Recent Acquisitions , Museum of Modern Art, New York

  • 1974 - Art Now 74: A Celebration of American Arts, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC

  • 1974 - Art for Collecting , Akron Art Institute, Akron, OH

  • 1974 - Dealer's Choice, New York Cultural Center, New York

  • 1973 - American Drawings, New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH

  • 1973 - Drawings 1963-1973, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

  • 1973 - Art in Space: Some Turning Points , Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

  • 1972 - Fischbach Gallery, New York

  • 1972 - Documenta 5 1972, Kassel, Germany

  • 1972 - Making Megalopolis Matter, New York Cultural Center, New York

  • 1972 - 7 Kolner Kunstmarkt, Cologne, Germany

  • 1972 - Grids, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1972 - Drawings by New York Artists, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT (travelled to Henry Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; University Art Collection, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA; Finch College Museum of Art Contemporary Study Wing, New York; Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA)

  • 1971 - John Gibson: New York, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France

  • 1971 - International Frujahrmesse, Berliner Galerien, West Berlin, Germany

  • 1971 - Projected Art, Finch College Museum of Art, New York

  • 1971 - Willard Gallery, New York

  • 1970 - L’art vivant aux Etats-Unis, Foundation Maeght, St. Paul-de-Vence, France

  • 1970 - Documentations 1970, John Gibson Gallery, New York

  • 1970 - The Expressive Line , Hecksher Museum, Huntington, NY

  • 1969 - Drawings 1969, Paula Cooper Gallery, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

  • 1969 - Simultaneously, School of Visual Arts Gallery, New York

  • 1969 - Long Beach Island, New Jersey, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, Loveladies, NJ

  • 1969 - Will Insley, Fred Mitchell, Steve Poleskie, Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

  • 1969 - Ecological Art , John Gibson Gallery, New York

  • 1969 - Between Object and Environment: Sculpture in an Extended Format, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1968 - J.L. Hudson Gallery, Detroit

  • 1968 - The Weatherspoon Annual Exhibition: Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC

  • 1968 - The Art of the Real, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

  • 1968 - First World Triennial, New Delhi, India

  • 1968 - Painting: Out from the Wall, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA

  • 1968 - Cool Art , Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

  • 1968 - Painting Annual , Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

  • 1968 - Drawings, Heiner Freidrich Gallery, Munich, Germany

  • 1968 - Drawings, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR

  • 1967 - First Kent Invitational, College Gallery, Kent State University, OH

  • 1967 - Sixth Biennial, Republic of San Marino, Brazil

  • 1967 - Schemata 7, Finch College Museum of Art, New York

  • 1967 - Monuments , Richard Feigen Gallery, New York

  • 1967 - Art Objectif, Galerie Stadler, Paris, France

  • 1967 - Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture 1967, Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL

  • 1966 - Park Place Gallery, New York

  • 1966 - Rigelhaupt Gallery, Boston, MA

  • 1966 - Art in Process. The Visual Development of A Structure, Finch College Museum of Art, Contemporary Study Wing, New York

  • 1966 - Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

  • 1966 - Systemic Painting, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

  • 1965 - A Contemporary Collection of Painting and Sculpture Selected from the Collection of Eleanor Ward, Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT

  • 1965 - 25th Annual Exhibition by the Society for Contemporary American Art, Art Institute of Chicago

  • 1965 - Benefit for C.O.R.E, Graham Gallery, New York

  • 1965 - Shape and Structure 1965, curated by Frank Stella and Henry Geldzahler (Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Charles Hinman) Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

  • 1965 - Daniels Gallery, New York

  • 1955 - Behn Moore Gallery, Cambridge, MA

  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City

  • Brooklyn Museum of Art

  • Museum of Modern Art, New York City

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

  • The Drawing Center, NYC

  • Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.

  • Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

  • Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Ackland Art Museum

  • Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College

  • Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art at Cornell University

  • Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA

  • Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

  • North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

  • Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

  • Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania

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