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Past Exhibitions

LEMON LINE, HILARY DOYLE, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2019
LEMON LINE, HILARY DOYLE, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2019

HILARY DOYLE

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2019

Hilary Doyle lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her MFA at RISD and her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her multidisciplinary practice includes painting, drawing, sculpture and digital collage.

"The commute is something almost every person experiences vividly daily and yet it is a place where most shut themselves into phones or earbuds each in their own world. For the last 6 years Doyle has commuted extensively: traveling up to 20 hours a week by train, bus and shuttle to teach at Brown University and Purchase College and more recently to teach at Rhode Island School of Design and NYC Crit Club. This time has been important to generating ideas for the show which started with sketchbook drawings and iPhone drawings created from observation while commuting. Next these elements were source material for a monotypes, collage or sculpture to add chance and process. From these large gestural paintings were made. Often several moments, people or spaces are combined in one image."

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NO PROSPECTS, JEN HITCHINGS, OIL AND ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2016
NO PROSPECTS, JEN HITCHINGS, OIL AND ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2016

JEN HITCHINGS

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JULY - SEPTEMBER 2019

Jen Hitchings is a Brooklyn-based artist, curator, and arts administrator. She graduated with a BFA in Painting & Drawing from SUNY Purchase in 2011 and received a certificate in Small Business & Entrepreneurship from Hunter College in 2018. Hitchings is a curatorial member of Transmitter, based in Brooklyn, NY.

My work investigates aspects of our contentious relationship with nature through depictions of environments such as flooded towns , neon rivers, campgrounds, logged forests, and detritus ensnared on tree branches. Visual depiction of space infiltrate some works through distorted compositions and at times individual elements are repeated or mirrored in unnatural ways. Human-made objects such as tents, telephone wires, decrepit vehicles, fences, or ropes make subtle appearances and act as metaphors for interpersonal relationships and psychological states. Using surreal and at times psychedelic color palettes, the environments appear simultaneously celebratory and post-apocalyptic.

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SCREAM, BECKY YAZDAN, OIL ON LINEN ON PANEL, 2018
SCREAM, BECKY YAZDAN, OIL ON LINEN ON PANEL, 2018

BECKY YAZDAN

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JANUARY - MARCH 2019

"When I paint I try to find the balance between intuition and intellect, so that the process of painting becomes an active dialogue with the phenomena of nature. By not dictating the end result I am receptive to a deeper understanding of the world around me. The paintings are like dreams – the events of the day reorganized and combined with other events and memories until a new, often surprising, reality has taken shape."

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AMERICAN UNE, NICHOLAS CUEVA, ACRYLIC ON FABRIC, 2016
AMERICAN UNE, NICHOLAS CUEVA, ACRYLIC ON FABRIC, 2016

NICHOLAS CUEVA

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER 2018

Nicholas Cueva, born 1983 in Dana Point, California, is an artist currently living in Brooklyn. His casual but specific approach to painting is conceptually bound into the physicality of space in image. Receiving his MFA in Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he moved to New York in 2011, where his constant approach to the current languages of construction and loss have gone on to influence and dialogue with the Bushwick scene.

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UPON ARRIVAL, APPEARING AGAIN WITHOUT QUESTIONS, JARED DEERY, OIL ON CANVAS, 2016
UPON ARRIVAL, APPEARING AGAIN WITHOUT QUESTIONS, JARED DEERY, OIL ON CANVAS, 2016

JARED DEERY

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JULY - SEPTEMBER 2018

Jared C. Deery, born in Philadelphia in 1980, moved to Brooklyn, New York in 1998, where he lives and works. Deery received his BFA with honors in 2001 from Pratt Institute and his MFA at Hunter College in 2009. He has exhibited across the US, Europe and Japan. His work is in private collections in New York, Chicago, Denver, Japan and Italy.

Deery's work is characterized by a proportionately hermetic sense of mark making and repetition, and a balance between the familiar and the esoteric with a strong commitment to the unknown. The wide range of media in his artistic practice combines painting, installations, drawing, sculpture, and films. His work can best be connected by motif, mood, color, and process. It can be viewed individually, in dialogue with a group installation or seen as part of a larger long-term project.

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WORLDS APART, JOSH REAMES, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2018
WORLDS APART, JOSH REAMES, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2018

JOSH REAMES

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JANUARY - MARCH 2018

Josh Reames was born in 1985 in Dallas, TX. He now lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Reames received his BFA from the University of North Texas and later received his MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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DRIVER, RYAN JOHNSON, PLYWOOD, OAK, EPOXY CLAY, ACRYLIC PAINT, 2017
DRIVER, RYAN JOHNSON, PLYWOOD, OAK, EPOXY CLAY, ACRYLIC PAINT, 2017

RYAN JOHNSON

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
NOVEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018

Ryan Johnson was born in 1978 in Karachi, Pakistan. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Johnson received his BFA from Pratt Institute, NY and later received his MFA from Columbia University, NY.

Johnson's sculptures are "made from a variety of materials, among them wood, medical casting tape and sheet metal," and they have been described as having "strange spatial compressions, surreal displacements and quasi-Futurist illusions of movement."

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THE SUNSET, MATTHEW F FISHER, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2017
THE SUNSET, MATTHEW F FISHER, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2017

MATTHEW F FISHER

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER 2017

Matthew F Fisher was born in 1976 in Boston, Massachusetts. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Fisher received his BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design and later received his MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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PATRICK BERRAN

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JULY - SEPTEMBER 2017

Patrick Berran currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA Painting and Printmaking Department and later received his MFA from Hunter College, New York, NY in the Visual Arts Department-Painting.

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AUSTIN EDDY

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
APRIL - JUNE 2017

Austin Eddy lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA in Painting in 2009 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

The paintings and sculptures fluctuate between the worlds of representation and abstraction. They are rooted in narrative images, but have simplified and been broken down beyond initial recognition. The work is exploring the vulnerability and anxiety of the human condition though images and objects.

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JJ MANFORD

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
MARCH - APRIL 2017

Jonathan "JJ" Manford lives and works in New York City. He received his BFA from Cornell University, College of Art, Architecture and Planning and later received his Post-Bac in Painting from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Manford then went on to receive his MFA in Painting from Hunter College.

Manford describes his body of work that elaborates upon his preexistent lexicon of forms, towards a more overtly representational painterly language, which includes: Spindly, wire-sculpture-like depictions of aging & solitary wanderers, meditatively poised plant goddesses, esoteric language plants, geometric structures, and a Quixote-esque horseman traversing primordial-hieroglyph forests.

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CAROLINE LARSEN

EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
JANUARY - MARCH 2017

Caroline Larsen (b. 1980 Toronto, Canada) received her MFA with honors at Pratt in 2015 and has exhibited widely since, including solo exhibitions in 2018 at Andrew Rafacz in Chicago, Dio Horia in Mykonos, Greece and General Hardware in Toronto. Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv and Craig Krull in Santa Monica both presented solo exhibitions in 2017 and for our part “Kabloom!” introcued our audience to her work summer of 2016. She currently has work in “The Beyond: Georgia O’Keefe” at the North Caroline Museum of Art, a traveling exhibition curated by and beginning at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AK. She has participated in group exhibitions at Guerrero Gallery and Greenpoint Terminal Gallery and has work in the Dean Collection, the Aisthti Foundation, JB Art Collection Miami, TD Canada, the Donovan Collection and numerous other public collections around the world.

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