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Accola Griefen Fine Art presents Kin

Friday, October 18th, 2019

Accola Griefen Fine Art presents Kin Part I through November 22, 2019. The exhibition features artists Gina Adams, Caroline Burton, Nancy Cohen, Mary Beth Edelson, Jee Hwang and Patsy Norvell.

 ABOUT THE EXHIBIT:

“Let us speak of the beings of Earth as the “kin” they are,” writes biologist, Indigenous knowledge keeper and author of Braiding Sweetgrass, Robin Wall Kimmerer. This exhibit is inspired by Kimmerer’s writing and by the concept of kinship and community between all life on the planet. The artists in KIN address our relationships with water, land, animals and with each other. Highlights of the first installation opening in September include early altered Polaroids by Feminist Artist, Mary Beth Edelson; new works in glass, paper and reclaimed materials by Nancy Cohen; “hairquilts” from the 1970’s by A.I.R. Gallery founder, Patsy Norvell; and recently completed porcelain Ancestor Medallions by Gina Adams.

Gina Adams, Ancestor Medallions, 2019, porcelain

ODETTA presents Joanne Mattera’s From Dawn to Dusk & Steven Baris in the Flat Files

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

ODETTA is pleased to present From Dawn to Dusk – October 15 – November 16, 2019 at the 1st Dibs Gallery.

The exhibit intimates the course of light’s changes through a day in Joanne Mattera’s encaustic paintings, developed both from the artist’s imagination and from years of observing color in nature.

From morning’s first light, with traces of pinks and violets, into blues, greens, high noon’s purest yellows and reds, and receding into twilight’s violets and flashes of oranges with the sun’s final sizzle at the end of the day, we share an awareness of color’s ability to guide us through time. (more…)

Truth and Beauty Digital Gallery Presents An Exclusive Online Exhibition MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE Cindy Konits

Sunday, October 6th, 2019

Truth and Beauty Digital Gallery present an Exclusive online exhibition and Canadian Premiere MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE  Part III : Post – Cinema by Cindy Konits. It runs to 28 October 2019

 

The MEMOIRE INVOLONTAIRE project is a personal exploration of representation and memory in 8mm family film created in 1940 and interpreted in the digital age.

Cindy Konits –

 Through the gaze of a man operating an 8mm film camera long before my birth, I view both familiar and unknown adults interacting with each other and children in ways concerning but familiar. Slow motion playback of 1-hour-B&W and 1-hour-color film reveals detail such as large blue stripes in a wide ruffle sundress that bring to mind the blue couch next to a breezy open window where I sat, age 4, watching a black and white television with a man by my side – the filmmaker himself. Marcel Proust named this recognition of the past in the present moment Memoire Involontaire (In Search of Lost Time 1871-1922). (more…)

Accola Griefen Fine Art at Art and Social Activism Festival

Saturday, October 5th, 2019

Accola Griefen Fine Arts is pleased to announce that the gallery will be at the Art and Social Activism Festival in New York City. The featured artists are Gina Adams, Renee Stout and Merritt Johnson. The festival theme is Dignity: Care for Each Other and Our Planet. For the festival self-represented artists, small, and nomadic galleries were selected following an “Open Call” and thoughtful review process by the curatorial committee. Selected works explore themes of identity, inequality, immigration, forced separation, and environmental degradation. The exhibition aims to inspire reflection, dialogue, and action.

The festival is ongoing through October 20th.

 

Renée Stout, Rearranging My Molecules to Deal with the Bullshit, 2016,
acrylic pain, spray paint and mixed media on wood, 20″ x 16″

PANEPINTO GALLERIES, in collaboration with SPEAR STREET CAPITAL, presents REFLECTIONS by Candy Le Sueur

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

PANEPINTO GALLERIES, in collaboration with SPEAR STREET CAPITAL, presents REFLECTIONS, highlighting artwork by Jersey City based artist Candy Le Sueur.

Candy Le Sueur is known for her large-scale expressive abstracted paintings and her intimate mixed media on paper, which includes monotypes. Her imagery offers spontaneous expressions of her perception of the land, sea and sky, seeking to remind us of the eternal beauty beyond a specific space or time.

 The concept behind this exhibition entitled “Reflections” presents a collection of Le Sueur’s work created over the past four years. Her work addresses her continued fascination with the beauty of the natural world. 

The expressive motion of the brushstroke, free floating colors and subtle tonal shifts in Le Sueur’s oil paintings allows one not to look for a particular landscape, but to enjoy the sheer effervescence of the paint itself. Twilight Time, a series of watercolor ink and silver leaf is a new choice of medium for Le Sueur to present her ideas. These small works on paper reflect a larger unpredictable drama of the early night sky at Twilight. Using an etching printing press, she also creates monotypes in a single process on fine Japanese paper. This versatile medium also enables her to construct the entire work from layered printed papers. (more…)

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