Meridian 35 - 2007
mixed media on wood panel
48 x 46 inches
Michael Shemchuk - Michael Shemchuk's paintings are simple arrangements of colors, forms, lines and textures. These elements are applied and proportioned to create a surface of rhythm and balance. Shemchuk harvests memories and experiences of color and pattern observed in nature, incorporating them into his work and creating vital abstract landscapes.
Security Breach 2 - 2006
painted, glazed, reinforced ceramic
36 x 35 x 11 inches (91.44 x 88.9 x 28 cm)
Steven Montgomery - Steven Montgomery's exhibition of ceramic sculpture includes fictitious motors, oversized nuts and bolts and vault-like doors all in various states of damage and disrepair.
Building-16 (Korean Gate) - 2007
10 x 10 x 9.5 inches ed.1/3 (25.4 x 25.4 x 24.13 cm)
Myung-Keun Koh - These works of "photo-sculptures" are two-dimensional photographs constructed into three-dimensional representations. High resolution images are imprinted on transparent plastics and then put together and stitched to form a structure with empty inner space. The building series in the exhibition appropriates the exterior as well as interior images of buildings taken from New York, Paris and Seoul, and reinterprets their materiality and spatiality. These ghostly, holographic sculptures presented in box-shaped forms create an illusion wherein the boundaries between the inside and outside are blurred.
Pigeon Cloud, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 1987 – printed 1989
gold-toned gelatin silver prints
11 x 14 inch paper (28 x 35.56 cm)
Builder Levy - Builder Levy will exhibit gold-toned gelatin silver print photographs spanning more than 40 years. The subjects of his photographs include selections from his work in New York City inner city communities; Mongolia, Cuba, Appalachian coalfields and demonstrations from the 1960s and the present. Accompanying the exhibition (as catalogue) is Levy's recently published second book, Builder Levy Photographer (A.R.T. Press).
Silk Road 89 - 2007
encaustic on panel
12 x 12 inches (30.48 x 30.48 cm)
Joanne Mattera - Joanne Mattera's reductivist paintings are manifestations of "lush minimalism". Each painting in this series titled "Silk Road" is a small color field achieved by layering translucent paint of several different hues. The luminous nature of the encaustic paint and surface grid created by the brush strokes produce a woven cloth pattern to the paintings.
Whoosh - 2006
oil on canvas
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.32 cm)
Athos Zacharias - Synthesizing images from pop culture, architecture and nature, Athos Zacharias creates dynamic abstract expressionist paintings notable for their spontaneity and originality.
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