Zürcher Gallery, New York, presents a solo showcase of works from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s by American painter Regina Bogat (b. 1928, lives and works in New York). A part of the 10th Street art scene, Bogat was the only woman artist working in the Bowery Studio building with Mark Rothko, James Brooks, Ray Parker and other Abstract Expressionists. She was included in the 1973 exhibition, ‘Women choose Women’ curated by Lucy Lippard at the New York Cultural Center. In 2018, she was included in ‘Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason’ curated by Kelly Baum at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bogat is in the collections of The Centre Pompidou (Paris, where Phoenix and the Mountain #2′, 1980 is currently on view), The Metropolitan Museum (New York), and the Blanton Museum (Austin, TX, USA).