"As Advertised", Richard Garrison’s fourth exhibition with the gallery, continues his deconstruction and analysis of ubiquitous materials, objects and places from the suburban, most often consumer related, American landscape.
Nomad Songs is an exhibition of 1 new gesso and watercolor painting and 1 drawing from 1975 with accompanying viewing table and chair by New York based artist Duane Zaloudek. Since the 1960s Zaloudek’s interest in exploring the phenomenological aspects of vision through an investigation of form, light and color has dominated his studio practice. This exhibition explores the continuity of Zaloudek's long career.
A Quiet Place is an exhibition of three new paintings on canvas by Mike Childs and two new paper constructions by Nancy Cohen, both of whom use human-made and non-human-made systems, shapes and patterns to explore time, space and the human condition.
Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials, sculptor Noah Loesberg recontextualizes items from construction trades, architectural details, patent drawings, illuminated manuscripts and for this exhibition, concrete highway barriers. This exhibition will feature an installation of highway barriers commonly made of concrete recreated by Loesberg in wood, to scale.
Based In, a solo exhibition of new sculpture and pantings by Remy Jungerman, a Dutch artist of Surinamese descent, explores aspects of the spiritual culture from his country of origin and the visual culture of his adoptive homeland. Jungerman intertwines these cultural signs and symbols into three-dimensional constructions using wood, cotton fabric, kaolin, nails and paint and two-dimensional compositions in cotton fabric, kaolin and paint. This exhibition, the first non-group presentation of Jungerman’s work in New York City will feature two wall constructions and two new paintings. Jungerman states, “My research and work focuses on finding the running thread that links together the cultural esthetics of three continents: Africa, Europe and the Americas.”
Right to Left is an exhibition of new paintings in the gallery project space by Brooklyn-based artist Alexander Oleksyn. Oleksyn’s meticulously crafted, meditative line paintings originate from his desire to make a painting whose drama comes from the speed the line is drawn, in his case, a very slow line.
Monument is an exhibition of sculpture and works on paper by Melissa Vandenberg that, by using ephemeral materials such as cloth and paper, co-opts cultural symbols like flags, obelisks, gravestones, and religious iconographies to manipulate our feelings of nostalgia that in the process, raises questions about cultural and personal identity, power, mortality and memory.
Pancho Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement. This exhibition in our project space, his third exhibition with the gallery, will present a new video projection entitled One Meter in One Hour.
Bog Constellations is an exhibition of new ink on panel drawings by New York City artist James Cullinane that, through a process of intense meditative-like concentration and controlled breathing, express a search for form and meaning.