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Colorama at ODETTA Gallery

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

ODETTA  Gallery is excited to present their fall exhibition opener, COLORMANIA.  Color, both harmonious and challenging, packs a potent punch of emotion, humor, and intuitive intelligence. ODETTA says “bring it!” Paul Corio, Robert Otto Epstein, and Ken Weathersby deliver with verve.

The Gallery’s Flat Files are curated to tie in with every exhibition. Vincent Dion, Sara Eichner, and Alyse Rosner have created new works that bring you into a more intimate encounter with artists working with high color through miniatures and works on paper. 

The exhibition is ongoing through October 15, 2017.  The public is invited to an Artist’s Talk on September 17, 3:00 pm.

Robert Otto Epstein, Michael, 2017, Acrylic on panel, 30 x 24 inches

AWAD Members to participate in the Affordable Art Fair NYC September 13 – 17

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

TAG Fine Arts One Church Street from London and Decorazon Gallery from Dallas & London, as well as New York based Elisa Contemporary Art, and Ground Floor Gallery, and ARTERIA from Canada, are exhibiting at Affordable Art Fair  NYC  taking place this week in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion | 125 West 18th Street. For more information contact any of the galleries listed above.

 

            

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 

Brian Neish’s Deepest Harmony at the Ivy Brown Gallery

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Ivy Brown Gallery proudly presents Brian Neish’s first solo New York exhibition:  ‘Deepest Harmony’. ‘Deepest Harmony’ is a series created specifically for this exhibition and further develops Neish’s exploration of time and experience through the layering of paint, color and texture. Recently, Neish has invented a fresh approach using loose painted panels before manipulating them to create finished paintings. For this exhibition there are, among other works, 10 pieces, each one having 9 panels giving a possible 95,126,814,720 permutations. It would take the viewer over 3,000 years to explore all the available combinations in just one piece.

Neish’s interest is unswerving in expressing something of the actual properties inherent to oil paint as a material in its own right. Paint is dragged and spread across its support revealing and concealing older layers underneath: at times spilling over the edge to add an element of chaos within the imposed formality of the depicted shapes, celebrating the paint’s subliminal qualities, and allowing the marks to take you where they will.

Opening Reception Monday, September 11th, 6-8pm

Exhibition dates September 12th-October 18th

Brian Neish, Deepest Harmony #10

Anderson Contemporary presents Hooligans

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Anderson Contemporary is pleased to share Hooligans, a group exhibition curated by Dominique Ramirez and Michael Barkagan. 

“Hooligans” comprises the artwork of three native New Yorkers: Ian Sullivan, Josh Fayer, ​and Victoria De Lesseps. The group exhibition explores the impact both physical and social environments leave on the human psyche. Flooded with mischief, Ian Sullivan’s cityscape murals and portraits contrast his colorful personas against the dark realities of city life. Working with resin on canvas, Josh Fayer manifests the connection between consciousness and space with his abstract interpretations of nature. Victoria De Lessep’s  mixed media paintings address gender roles and the hypocrisy of society.

 

Exhibit on-going and closes September 8th, 2017.

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