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Posts Tagged ‘Chelsea Galleries’

Garvey|Simon is pleased to present Danielle Riede: Wingspan,

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Garvey|Simon is pleased to present Danielle Riede: Wingspan, an exhibition featuring the artist’s recent abstract oil paintings. This will be the first solo show in New York and at Garvey|Simon for the Indiana-based artist. The exhibition is ongoing through December 23, 2017.

Danielle Riede imbues her abstractions with lyricism and sensitivity, using dance, gesture, and movement patterns as the basis for her new paintings. A painter as well as a lifelong dancer, Riede translates movement through space to the surface of the canvas, and allows the nuance of her gesture to inform the inflection of her brushstroke. Riede captures the ephemerality of dance in her work and transforms her canvases into portraits of performance. Riede most recently collaborated with choreographer, Stephanie Nugent and performed her own work, “Mad River Echo,” at the premiere of BIG TENT at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

JOAN GRUBIN: The Detritus Series at Garvey|Simon

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Garvey|Simon is pleased to present JOAN GRUBIN: The Detritus Series, an exhibition featuring compact and complex collages created with colorful ephemera from the artist’s studio. Grubin’s one rule in the creation of these works is that no intentional marks be added. These intimate structures are a collaboration between intention and chance. The pieces stay true to what Grubin explores with her larger paper works and installations, creating “optical experiences which raise questions about the discrepancy between what we see and what we know.”

This is Grubin’s first solo show with Garvey|Simon. The exhibition is ongoing through December 23, 2017.

Alan Bray: Inward Maine at Garvey | Simon Gallery

Sunday, October 8th, 2017

Garvey|Simon is pleased to present Alan Bray: Inward Maine, an exhibition featuring the artist’s recent casein landscape paintings. This will be the eighth solo show in New York for the Maine-based artist, and his second solo at Garvey|Simon. Alan Bray explores the landscape of inland Maine via quiet rambles in the woods, kayak trips down forested streams, and most recently, Google Earth, where he can observe his surroundings from a foreign, aerial view. A poetic and visionary painter, his often-peculiar vistas celebrate the phenomena of nature in the ordinary. 

The show runs from October 12th – November 19th. The an opening reception on October 12, 6-8 pm. The artist will be present.  

Alan Bray, Swallowed, 2017, casein tempera on panel, 18 x 24 inches

JEANETTE FINTZ: WORLDLINE SCHREIBER PAINTINGS….PLUS at Garvey|Simon Gallery

Saturday, September 9th, 2017

The Garvey|Simon Gallery and the Fox Gallery NYC are pleased to present Jeanette Fintz: Worldline Schreiber Paintings….Plus on view at Garvey|Simon Gallery. The exhibition features a groundbreaking new series of work entitled Worldline Schreiber. 

The show is curated by Annette Benda Fox, and runs from September 7 – October 7, 2017.  This is the artist’s fifth solo show in New York City. A full color catalog with essay by Carter Ratcliff accompanies the show. Ratcliff has this to say about Fintz’s work – “As manifold images arise from the artist’s fields of white, universal being in its all-encompassing generality takes on specific and thereby vital form.  The Worldline Schreiber paintings are revelatory.  Charging inorganic geometries with the richness of personal experience, they hold up metaphorical mirrors to the shifting complexities and clarities of our individual lives.”

 

Image Jeanette Fintz – Illusion of Separation #8, 2017 

Daisy Craddock: Summer Produce at Garvey|Simon Gallery until July 22nd

Saturday, July 1st, 2017
Image courtesy of  Garvey|Simon – Daisy Craddock, Summer Squash (Stone Ridge, NY), 2016, oil pastel and oil stick on Arches paper, 15 x 28 in

Garvey|Simon is pleased to present Daisy Craddock: Summer Produce, an exhibition of oil pastel diptychs fresh from the studio, by Daisy Craddock. Her subjects’ flavors and fragrances can be sensed right away, and though these works appear to be minimalist squares of color from a distance, they are decidedly realist in nature. With skin on the left and flesh on the right, the diptychs display a subtle yet detailed complexity that is created from layers of scumbled and polished oil pastels and oil sticks. Whether from a farmstand upstate or a neighboring city deli, the fleeting nature of each edible specimen is palpable in Craddock’s delicate surfaces.

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