Posts Tagged ‘ exhibition ’

A Pioneering Thai Artist in America

 

Tang Chang, “Untitled” (c. 1975), oil on canvas, 81-7/8 x 96-7/16 in (208 x 245 cm) (courtesy of Thip Sae-tang)

Tang Chang’s first solo US retrospective veers away from the criteria of progress and linearity according to which Western art is typically evaluated.

Source: A Pioneering Thai Artist in America

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Susan Bogle Finnegan, paintings – In the Thicket – Gallery on the Green

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Susan Bogle Finnegan  Memory-Late Night, 2018  Oil on canvas, 24″ x 22″

In the Thicket features paintings and works on paper by artist Susan Bogle Finnegan, who is drawn to the complexities and drama of the natural world.

Curated by Ann Finholt and A. Walter Kendra

April 20 to May 20, 2018

Opening Reception April 21 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.,
preceded by a gallery talk by the artist at 5:00 p.m.

Gallery on the Green
Corner of Down Avenue + Route 44
Canton, Connecticut

Gallery Hours: Friday – Sunday, 1:00 – 5 p.m.

MISHKA HENNER – JONATHAN LEWIS ​ AN ACT OF COLLECTIVE FAITH – galerieas

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Peter Hujar’s Elegy for New York City in the 1980s

Peter Hujar, “Gay Liberation Front Poster Image” (1969), gelatin silver print, 18 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (image), The Morgan Library & Museum, © Peter Hujar Archive, LLC

Hujar’s photographs document the effervescent creative spirit that pulsed through the East Village as the AIDS crisis unfolded.

Source: Peter Hujar’s Elegy for New York City in the 1980s

WALTON FORD with Jason Rosenfeld

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Walton Ford, Grifo de California, 2017, Watercolor, gouache and ink on paper, 60 1/4 × 83 3/4 inches 153 × 212.7 cm (unframed) © Walton Ford. Photography by Christopher Burke. Courtesy Gagosian.

Walton Ford – The Brooklyn Rail

Kara Walker’s New Show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Was a Sensation Before It Even Opened – Vogue

Kara Walker, Christ’s Entry into Journalism, 2017 Photo: © Kara Walker / Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

And it does not disappoint.

Source: Kara Walker’s New Show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Was a Sensation Before It Even Opened – Vogue

Khadija Saye – Dwelling: in this space we breathe

Dwelling: in this space we breathe is a series of wet plate collodion tintypes that explores the migration of traditional Gambian spiritual practices and the deep rooted urge to find solace within a higher power. This series of tintypes were produced with artist, Almudena Romero.

Currently exhibited at the Diaspora Pavilion during the 57th Venice Biennale.
 
Diaspora Pavilion
 

Palazzo Pisani S Marina,

Venice.

13 May – 26 November 2017

Wet plat collodion tintype african spritual portraits

Source: Khadija Saye – Dwelling: in this space we breathe

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