Elena Damiani – Fading Field N1


Elena Damiani – Fading Field N1

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cadmiumredcaulfield:

john houck

cadmiumredcaulfield:

john houck

by cadmiumredcaulfield

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Mark Hagen - To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Screen #17), 2012
cement, stainless steel armature
183 x 146 x 35,5 cm (72 x 57 1/2 x 14 inches)

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

Mark Hagen - To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Screen #17), 2012

cement, stainless steel armature

183 x 146 x 35,5 cm (72 x 57 1/2 x 14 inches)

by exasperated-viewer-on-air

mentaltimetraveller:

Thea Djordjadze at Sprüth Magers

mentaltimetraveller:

Thea Djordjadze at Sprüth Magers

by mentaltimetraveller

lookingatpainting:

John Chamberlain, 
Hano, 1970, mineral-coated polymer resin

lookingatpainting:

John Chamberlain,

Hano, 1970, mineral-coated polymer resin

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mentaltimetraveller:

Chosil Kil, 2011.
 

mentaltimetraveller:

Chosil Kil, 2011.

 

by mentaltimetraveller

johallaprojects:

STEPHEN EICHHORNVARIOUS FADESA SOLO EXHIBITIONSEPTEMBER 5 — OCTOBER 12, 2014Opening Reception: Friday, September 5 from 7-10pmJohalla Projects is very pleased to present VARIOUS FADES, an exhibition of new works by Chicago-based artist Stephen Eichhorn. In his first solo presentation since 2012, Eichhorn reexamines his practice, producing collages that further complicate the dimensionality of the picture plane. The exhibition will run from SEPTEMBER 5 to OCTOBER 12. An opening reception will be held on Friday, September 5 from 7-10pm.Stephen Eichhorn’s method to making is at once quiet and intense. By working to establish new constants in his practice, Eichhorn manages to arrive at the unexplored — a middle ground that is overgrown and elegantly exotic. Here, the environment where Eichhorn’s current work resides is formal in its clustered stratification, hearkening to both gestural painting and the constructed photographic image. In this sense, spatial ambiguity becomes a steady, invigorating force that pulses through the exhibition.More so now than ever, the works in VARIOUS FADES exemplify Eichhorn’s keen sense of cultivation and compositional play – they seductively writhe, bloom, and swell, all while achieving an unnerving constancy. Moreover, the artworks range in size and include many large-scale pieces, which in turn has enabled the artist to erect his signature plant forms with a hyperconscious sense of balance between broader imagery and smaller, more intricately cut paper plant parts. For the exhibition, Eichhorn will install his works in simultaneous response to the gallery’s architecture and to the specificity of his materials, thus endeavoring to create a viewing experience that calls for an extended look at the vivid plantscapes. Stephen Eichhorn (b. 1984) lives and works in Chicago, IL. In 2006, Eichhorn received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been included in numerous national solo and group exhibitions, with highlights including CES Contemporary, Los Angeles (2014); Ebersmoore, Chicago (2012, 2011); the Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL (2012); Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (2012); Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago (2008); Josée Bienvenu Gallery, NY (2008); and Cairo, Seattle (2008). His work is included in the new Zioxla publication Strange Plants, which was released in July 2014 to critical acclaim.

johallaprojects:

STEPHEN EICHHORN
VARIOUS FADES

A SOLO EXHIBITION

SEPTEMBER 5 — OCTOBER 12, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, September 5 from 7-10pm

Johalla Projects is very pleased to present VARIOUS FADES, an exhibition of new works by Chicago-based artist Stephen Eichhorn. In his first solo presentation since 2012, Eichhorn reexamines his practice, producing collages that further complicate the dimensionality of the picture plane. The exhibition will run from SEPTEMBER 5 to OCTOBER 12. An opening reception will be held on Friday, September 5 from 7-10pm.

Stephen Eichhorn’s method to making is at once quiet and intense. By working to establish new constants in his practice, Eichhorn manages to arrive at the unexplored — a middle ground that is overgrown and elegantly exotic. Here, the environment where Eichhorn’s current work resides is formal in its clustered stratification, hearkening to both gestural painting and the constructed photographic image. In this sense, spatial ambiguity becomes a steady, invigorating force that pulses through the exhibition.

More so now than ever, the works in VARIOUS FADES exemplify Eichhorn’s keen sense of cultivation and compositional play – they seductively writhe, bloom, and swell, all while achieving an unnerving constancy. Moreover, the artworks range in size and include many large-scale pieces, which in turn has enabled the artist to erect his signature plant forms with a hyperconscious sense of balance between broader imagery and smaller, more intricately cut paper plant parts. For the exhibition, Eichhorn will install his works in simultaneous response to the gallery’s architecture and to the specificity of his materials, thus endeavoring to create a viewing experience that calls for an extended look at the vivid plantscapes. 

Stephen Eichhorn (b. 1984) lives and works in Chicago, IL. In 2006, Eichhorn received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been included in numerous national solo and group exhibitions, with highlights including CES Contemporary, Los Angeles (2014); Ebersmoore, Chicago (2012, 2011); the Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL (2012); Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (2012); Bucket Rider Gallery, Chicago (2008); Josée Bienvenu Gallery, NY (2008); and Cairo, Seattle (2008). His work is included in the new Zioxla publication Strange Plants, which was released in July 2014 to critical acclaim.

by johallaprojects

theglaze:

Evan Robarts

theglaze:

Evan Robarts

by theglaze

colleenheslin:

Colleen Heslin, Last One Standing, ink, dye and acrylic on cotton, 60x48”, 2014

colleenheslin:

Colleen Heslin, Last One Standing, ink, dye and acrylic on cotton, 60x48”, 2014

by colleenheslin

mentaltimetraveller:

Thea Djordjadze at Sprüth Magers

mentaltimetraveller:

Thea Djordjadze at Sprüth Magers

by mentaltimetraveller

johallaprojects:

MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIESA GROUP EXHIBITION
JULY 25 — AUGUST 31, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, July 25 from 7-10pmBy Appointment OnlyJohalla Projects is very pleased to announce MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES, a summer group exhibition bringing together the artwork of three artists who work directly with shape, form, and structure. The exhibition will run from JULY 25 to AUGUST 31, 2014. An opening reception will be held on Friday, July 25 from 7-10pm.At a primary level, Richard Blackwell, Cole Pierce, and Zin Helena Song each employ the geometric shape, using its formal qualities to inform and populate their works. More interesting, however, is the true nature of these artists’ practices, which function further to create breaks in the rigid structure, to create new interactions, or to disassemble the form entirely. Color also plays a vital role in this assemblage of works and operates chiefly as a catalyst for vivid optical rhythms and compositional choices.Here, MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES explores these departures from pure form and instead inspects more subversive takes on geometric abstraction. By strategically incorporating unpredictable variations in the compositional framework of their respective works, Blackwell, Pierce, and Song arrive at a more engaging formula that encourages rigorous interactivity.MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES is curated by Tyler Blackwell.For more information, please contact Tyler Blackwell at info@johallaprojects.com. 

johallaprojects:

MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES
A GROUP EXHIBITION

JULY 25 — AUGUST 31, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, July 25 from 7-10pm
By Appointment Only

Johalla Projects is very pleased to announce MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES, a summer group exhibition bringing together the artwork of three artists who work directly with shape, form, and structure. The exhibition will run from JULY 25 to AUGUST 31, 2014. An opening reception will be held on Friday, July 25 from 7-10pm.

At a primary level, Richard BlackwellCole Pierce, and Zin Helena Song each employ the geometric shape, using its formal qualities to inform and populate their works. More interesting, however, is the true nature of these artists’ practices, which function further to create breaks in the rigid structure, to create new interactions, or to disassemble the form entirely. Color also plays a vital role in this assemblage of works and operates chiefly as a catalyst for vivid optical rhythms and compositional choices.

Here, MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES explores these departures from pure form and instead inspects more subversive takes on geometric abstraction. By strategically incorporating unpredictable variations in the compositional framework of their respective works, Blackwell, Pierce, and Song arrive at a more engaging formula that encourages rigorous interactivity.

MEASURABLE INCONSISTENCIES is curated by Tyler Blackwell.

For more information, please contact Tyler Blackwell at info@johallaprojects.com. 

by johallaprojects

theglaze:

Will Benedict

theglaze:

Will Benedict

by theglaze

theglaze:

Liam Everett 

theglaze:

Liam Everett 

by theglaze

theegregore:

Alfred Boman

theegregore:

Alfred Boman

by theegregore