JW LINE AND VERSE [group exhibition] at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, January 11 – February 17

Line and Verse
11 Jan – 17 Feb
Opening on Thursday Jan 11, 5 – 8 pm

Andréhn-Schiptjenko is proud to present a group show curated by Ridley Howard with the following artists: Ellen Berkenblit, Michael Berryhill, Brian Calvin, Milano Chow, Holly Coulis, Louis Fratino, EJ Hauser, Ridley Howard, Loie Hollowell, Veronika Pausova, Alan Prazniak, Eleanor Ray, Lui Shtini, Tracy Thomason, John Wesley and Mitchell Wright.  The opening takes place on Thursday January 11 between 5-8 pm and the exhibition runs through February 17.

Line and Verse consists of the work of 16 artists working in the US, primarily in painting and drawing. The artists span generations, and the modestly scaled works in this show vary in approach and historical lineage. Ranging from non-objective geometry to pop influenced image realities, there are subtle relationships between works and thinking. Perhaps most clearly, all of the artists consciously deal, in some way, with the architecture and structure of subjective space. The logic of its construction is in service to some kind of experience within the rectangle, playing on the tradition of pictures as an alternate reality, painting as a window on a wall.

Central to the works is the manner in which spaces are crafted, considered, framed, and shuffled. It can be a stylized directive from the artist, or a sly disruption of expectation. This goes beyond simple formal arrangement, to a sort of metaphysical expression (Metaphysical, literally meaning After Physical, somehow fits). Order, disorder, juxtaposition, and symmetry are all employed as a means to an end, and sometimes the end itself.

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Line and Verse 11 Jan – 17 Feb Opening on Thursday Jan 11, 5 – 8 pm Andréhn-Schiptjenko is proud to present a group show curated by Ridley Howard with the following artists: Ellen Berkenblit, Michael Berryhill, Brian Calvin, Milano Chow, Holly Coulis, Louis Fratino, EJ Hauser, Ridley Howard, Loie Hollowell, Veronika Pausova, Alan Prazniak, (Read more…)

EF Taos, God, Red ELISABETH FRIEBERG [new artist]

Andréhn-Schiptjenko is very proud to announce that we now represent the work of Swedish artist Elisabeth Frieberg. Elisabeth Frieberg, born 1977, lives and works in Stockholm. Recent exhibitions include Intermission: Elisabeth Frieberg at Magasin III Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art, Stockholm and Index 19 – Elisabeth Frieberg at Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art (Read more…)

Installation view, Jacob Dahlgren, Museum Ritter JACOB DAHLGREN [solo-exhibition] at Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch, October 15, 2017 – April 8, 2018

Jacob Dahlgren belongs to a generation of contemporary artists who have taken the constructive-geometrical tradition a logical step further, and in that way arrived at completely new approaches. His materials consist of simple, mass produced everyday objects which he finds in department or DIY stores. Dahlgren employs plastic coat hangers, pencils, folding rulers or rip (Read more…)

Nandipha Mntambo NANDIPHA MNTAMBO [solo-exhibition] at Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Cape Town, September 22, 2017 – January 27, 2018

Nandipha Mntambo’s solo exhibition, Material Value, presents artworks that span an entire career of using cow hide and the cultural, historical, and universal associations we attribute to this medium. The obsessive use of bovine by-products and the complex associations we attribute to cattle allows a multiplicity of readings of Mntambo’s work. The idiomatic and proverbial (Read more…)

xv2 XAVIER VEILHAN [publication] Films et Performances, 2002-2017

Xavier Veilhan  – Films et Performances, 2002-2017 Xavier Veilhan and Timothée Chaillou in Conversation Texts: Arnauld Pierre, Yves-Noël Genod, Claude Lévêque, Charles Aubin, and Laetitia Masson Language: French and English Publication: November 2017 ISBN: 978-2-37372-000-6 A major figure of the French arts scene, Xavier Veilhan (born in 1963) lives and works in Paris. His work (Read more…)

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