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Kurt Steger Pending – a Work in progress at ODETTA

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

ODETTA is pleased to present a work in progress by gallery artist Kurt Steger. Following their successful year with his monumental project, Scribing the Void, Kurt became ODETTA’s first represented artist. As he begins to plan his second solo exhibition at ODETTA, they offered him the gallery during show change to explore new ideas and exhale for a moment. Pending is an ephemeral work that has the potential to become something more significant. This is a time to meet the artist and discuss these new ideas and materials as he ponders depicting mass and cause and effect relationships. ODETTA will be used as his temporary studio during Armory Arts Week.

Visiting hours are: Saturday March 4, 5-9 pm and Sunday March 5, 3-7 pm. Bushwick galleries will be staying open late

Thomas Lendavi at ODETTA through February 26, 2017

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

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.

ARTful presents Marius Dansou’s sculptures at 1 Curzon Street

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

ARTful are delighted to be working with the Gallery of African Art for the first time. Located  at 1 Curzon Street, the Gallery of African Art promotes artists from all over the African continent. ARTful are showcasing two sculptures by artist Marius Dansou on display in the main entrance lobby.

Marius Dansou was born in 1984 in Cotonou, Benin where he still works and lives today. Dansou started his sculptural career using wood before progressing onto metal.

ODETTA gallery presents Bauhaus Babies + Flat Files

Sunday, November 6th, 2016

ODETTA gallery presents an exciting exhibition for its final show of 2016 with Bauhaus Babies. Featuring Richard Bottwin, Ryan Sarah Murphy and Sylvia Schwartz.

The influence of the Bauhaus is deeply embedded and nearly universal in the concerns and aesthetics of contemporary artists. Putting a 21st century spin on abstraction, architecture, austerity, and minimalism, while bridging Nature and the handmade, these Bauhaus Babies are as passionate about their craft and materials, as their forebears were. What’s new is their deliberate invitation for the random or accidental to occur, an added layer from post WWII’s Dada and FLUXUS movements. The photo above depicts the gallery installation of the work.

 ODETTA’s Flat Files featured artist Deb Covell will create an installation of paintings on the back wall in the studio area, in addition, Brigitte Parusel will show two new series of works in the drawers themselves and an animation from which the prints have been culled. These artists are members of a collective based in London called Saturation Point UK. Covell and Parusel were selected for the Flat Files due to their shared concerns around the legacy of 20th century abstraction and in particular the non-objective, geometric elements of Suprematism and its

 

TAG Fine Arts presents Breaking Boundaries in Herald Street (3/Nov-19/Nov)

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

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Image: Chris Mitton‘s Hoodie (Courtesy of the artist and TAG Fine Arts. Photography by Tim Kent)

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Chris Mitton‘s brand new exhibition Breaking Boundaries  runs from Thursday 3rd November at EDGE Project Space, Bethnal Green.  Breaking Boundaries is a collection of new works focused on Mitton’s alternative views of fine art, popular culture and the divisions within today’s society.  For additional information, contact TAG Fine Arts.

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