Pattern and Fragmentation, 2016
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Interference, Trine Bumiller’s fifth solo show with the gallery through February 21017.
Trine Bumiller continues her investigations of landscape and memory with her latest body of work. Her paintings combine imagery of the organic world and of human construction, both as she observes them and through the altering lens of memory. Abstraction and hints of representation engage with one another in the field, paralleling the tension of the perceived and the imagined.
Anise Gallery, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Decorazon Gallery, Joanna Bryant Projects, Liberty Gallery, and TAG Fine Arts are exhibiting at the London Art Fair that takes place at the Islington-based Business Design Centre.
This is its 29th edition of the London Art Fair and runs from the 17th to the 22nd of January. For more information, do not hesitate to contact our Members listed above.
ODETTA is pleased to present their first show of the new year with a monumental sculptural installation by Thomas Lendavi.
Thomas Lendvai created a new sculpture for his second solo exhibition at ODETTA. Monumentally scaled, constructed on site, this work is about stripping things down to the bare essentials. The forms are deconstructed open ended cubes, split from the inside out. Composer John Morton and artists Janet Passehl and Esther Podemski will present new works in concert with this installation.
There will be an Artists Talk on Sunday February 12 at 3:00 pm. Check the gallery website for related events throughout the course of the exhibition.
CAROLYN MONASTRA, BURNED OUT CAR, EAST BASTROP, TEXAS, USA, 2011 (2011),
Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of Vroom Vroom Beep Beep, a group exhibition featuring paintings and photographs by Charles Buckley, John Conn, Victor Honigsfeld, Valeri Larko, Beñat Iglesias López, Carolyn Monastra, Maria Passarotti and Ruth Shively.
The car is so much more than a machine that moves people from point A to point B. It is a symbol of freedom, an emblem of America’s pioneering spirit, a status symbol, a mark of one’s wealth, and sometimes, a sad substitute for a home or a temporary place to lay one’s head. In addition to driving (pun intended) the nation’s economy and commerce, the car has played an important role in American culture – high and low—making appearances in advertisements, pop songs, film and fine art. This celebration of the culture of the car in America will run from January 12-February 24, 2017.
In Space and Time, Laura Fayer, 2016
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Beyond Measure, Laura Fayer’s second solo show with the gallery through February 11th 2017
Laura Fayer’s work is deeply rooted in the concept of wabi-sabi, which she was first exposed to while living in Japan as a child. She prioritizes a sense of discovery as she works, reacting to the paint and following the natural direction it takes, reflecting a sense of impermanence, imperfection, visual economy, and intimacy.