Downtown Fair NYC  May 8 – 11

Downtown Fair NYC May 8 – 11

Join us at the inaugural Downtown Fair at the 69th Regiment Armory in the heart of New York’s Flatiron District May 8 – 11.  We will be presenting the work of John Dunivant, Elliott Earls, Gerhardt Knodel and Lauren Satlowski.

Join us at Art Wynwood | Miami | Feb 13 – 17

Join us at Art Wynwood | Miami | Feb 13 – 17

Art Wynwood 2014 will feature 70 international galleries presenting emerging, cutting edge, contemporary and modern works and will have its own distinct identity and design. A unique feature is the highlight of street art, murals, pop surrealism and other genres from the contemporary underground movement. Art Wynwood is perfectly positioned to further the growing worldwide(…)

Lauren Satlowski | Trance | opens January 25

Lauren Satlowski | Trance | opens January 25

Rich with associative qualities, the common figurine evokes connotations both personal and collective. In her work, Lauren Satlowski adopts the figurine as a cultural norm that can be dismantled and reconstructed. Satlowski’s paintings and objects aim to suspend the viewer in a state of uncertainty. Unable to reconcile their own attraction/repulsion toward the subject, viewers(…)

Transform: A State of New Media | opens January 25

Transform: A State of New Media | opens January 25

Curated by bitforms gallery, ny, Transform features the work of eight artists and reflects on a wide range of contemporary art practices engaging new media. From drawing machines, video and screen-based work, to kinetic and responsive sculpture, the exhibition gathers emerging and mid-career artists who are working in a rapidly changing field that is driven(…)

MR SOMEBODY & MR NOBODY

MR SOMEBODY & MR NOBODY

MR SOMEBODY & MR NOBODY is an important businessman from the Gold City in Southern Africa.  He drives a Luxury German sedan with his insignia on all four doors. His two personal assistants, Heidi and Sharon, keep his official badge nice and shiny so it catches the glint of his gold filling when he flashes(…)

Beverly Fishman | Miami Project #911 | Pharmacopoeia

Beverly Fishman | Miami Project #911 | Pharmacopoeia

Consisting of urethane paint over wood, Beverly Fishman’s glossy new wall reliefs deal with issues of drugs, branding, and identity, while simultaneously constructing a dialogue with the history of minimalist and pop sculpture.  Ranging from 25 inches to more than 6 feet in size, they are inspired by Fishman’s research into the use of design(…)

JANE HAMMOND | Dazzle/Dream    through 11 January

JANE HAMMOND | Dazzle/Dream through 11 January

Jane Hammond has been a collector and combiner of found images since the mid-eighties.  Early on, Hammond created a lexicon, or visual vocabulary, of 276 disparate images drawn from phrenology, alchemy, bee keeping, Mayan knots, magic tricks, art history, puppetry, and more—many of these images appear in her “Loose Tapestries of Daily Life.”  The recombinant(…)

Peter Zimmermann | Undertones | opening Saturday 21 September

Peter Zimmermann | Undertones | opening Saturday 21 September

German painter Peter Zimmermann sources images from the media and scans them into his computer, examining each image in relation to the structure and perception of pictures in a monitor-fixated present.  He then distorts these images to abstraction, rendering the actual source material effectively unintelligible. Applying as many as 20 layers of epoxy resin,Zimmermann creates paintings and site-specific(…)

John Dunivant | The Expatriate Parade | opening 25 September in NY

John Dunivant | The Expatriate Parade | opening 25 September in NY

The Expatriate Parade features a series of paintings and bronzes inspired by the closure of Theatre Bizarre, John Dunivant’s famous Detroit masquerade event. Facing an existential crisis, Dunivant chose to embrace the turmoil of the situation, with the resulting works on view in The Expatriate Parade serving as a celebration of his “exile”. Dunivant takes(…)

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