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Susan Eley Fine Art presents – To Have and Not to Hold

Saturday, November 26th, 2016

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of To Have and Not to Hold – a two-person exhibition featuring paintings by Vivian Kahra and photography by Leah Oates.

 Leah Oates is represented by work from her ongoing series Transitory Space, for which she has traveled extensively to China, Canada, Finland and the US. This exhibition includes trees and waterscapes photographed in Nova Scotia, Canada and Prospect Park, Brooklyn (2012-2015). Oates employs a double and sometimes triple exposure, which creates halos of light, dappled, misty surfaces and gauzy effects in muted greens and blues. She offers us stunning, lyrical landscapes in constant flux, shifting and becoming. As time never stands still, neither do the scenes and subject matter through which we experience the march of the clock.

In most of her paintings, Vivian Kahra features a central figure, as in Boy BalancingMan Standing, Fail and Connecting. Whether in motion or still, the figures underline the idea that the world is in constant movement; shifting, swaying and recalibrating as we, its inhabitants, do what we can to keep up and match the planet’s energy. Figures are drawn in activities favored by the artist—rowing, skateboarding, skiing, or sometimes standing still in contemplation.

The exhibition runs until December 31, 2016

Accola Griefen, Sim Smith Gallery and Susan Eley Fine Art at CONTEXT Art Miami (1-6/Dec)

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

ACCOLA GRIEFENSim Smith Gallery and Susan Eley Fine Art are exhibiting at CONTEXT Art Miami (1-6/Dec) at Art Miami Pavilion Midtown in the Wynwood Arts District. For more information and for an invitation, contact the galleries directly.

ACCOLA GRIEFEN presents exhibitions and projects of mid and late career contemporary artists, with an emphasis on women artists, many of historical importance. Our exhibitions and artists have been reviewed in publications including ArtNews, Art in America, The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine and Sculpture Magazine and their work can be found in the collections of museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art in addition to many other important public and private collections.

Sim Smith Gallery  works closely with a select group of artists (inc. Tim Garwood whose work is shown here courtesy of Sim Smith Gallery). Having developed a dynamic relationship with curators and collectors, gallery exhibitions are complemented with artistic projects and collaborations with visionary design studios, arts and culture festivals, pioneering charities, national institutions and global retail brands. Sim Smith Gallery exhibits at contemporary art fairs globally, whilst promoting the work of the gallery’s roster of artists to collectors, curators and museums from around the world.

Susan Eley Fine Art focuses on contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists, who work in a range of media, from paint to photography to sculpture and print. Solo and group exhibitions showcase abstract as well as figurative work from a diverse body of artists from the U.S., Asia, Latin America and Europe. Gallery artists are dynamic, active professionals, who produce strong bodies of work that constantly shift and evolve.





VanDeb Editions and Susan Eley Fine Art present ONE OF ONE a selection of Monoprints (4/Nov-31/Dec)

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

VanDeb Editions and Susan Eley Fine Art present ONE OF ONE a selection of Monoprints drawn from their respective collections from 4th November to 31st December. Works by Anita Thacher (whose work Piscamento 15 is shown below courtesy of VanDeb Editions), David Collins, Deborah Freedman, Fumiko Toda, John Schiff, Joseph Haske and Karin Bruckner, whose work Blue? is shown above courtesy of Susan Eley Fine Art.

VanDeb Editions Anita Thacher

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