Recent Exhibitions

Personal Structures

May.13-Nov.26.2017
Venice Biennale 2017
Installation of 12 Concertina Books “PERSONAL STRUCTURES” as organized by the GAA Foundation and hosted by the European Cultural Centre at Palazzo Mora, Venice.
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The GAA Foundation is a non-profit organisation that aims to heighten the awareness about the more philosophical themes in contemporary art, Time – Space – Existence in particular, and to make these subjects more accessible to a wider international audience. In order to achieve this goal, they organise and host exhibitions, symposia and publish.
New York Never Sleeps detail
New York Never Sleeps detail
Three Concertina Books

Feb.5-Feb.24.2017

Westbeth Gallery
55 Bethune Street
New York, NY 10014
The Sculptors Guild celebrates its historic 80th anniversary with an exhibition curated by distinguished poet and critic John Yau at Westbeth Gallery in the West Village.

This exhibition of over 50 works by current Sculptors Guild members alongside historical pieces from the Guild’s collection. Works by founding member Chaim Gross as well as pieces from the Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, including drawings by member Louise Nevelson will be exhibited.

I hope you are able to join us at one of the two receptions.

Opening Reception: Sunday February 5h 1pm – 4pm
Closing Reception: Friday Febrary 24th 6pm-8pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 1pm – 6pm
An Unpopulated Place detail
An Unpopulated Place detail

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Migrating Identities
Cultures are not static, they are constantly moving. In the encounter between different cultural standpoints, something entirely new created.
Jan.20-Jan.29.2017

Opening Reception, Friday, Jan.20, 7 pm

Galleri 69
Grünerløkka Lufthavn, Oslo, Norway

 

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Idylls, Idols, Ideals

The Voyage of Life.

Jan.10-Jan.28.2017

Atlantic Gallery
548 W 28th St. or 547 W 27th St., Suite 54
New York, N.Y.10001
 
Tel: 212-219-3183  Tues-Sat: 12-6pm Thur 12-8pm
Red Wall, 18 x 24 x 1.5 inches, oil on canvas
Red Wall 18 x 24 x 1.5 oil on canvas

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Tango
Paintings and small box sculptures of a surreal world.
 
Nov.1-Nov.26.2016
Opening Reception Nov.3  5-8pm
Atlantic Gallery
548 W 28th St. or 547 W 27th St., Suite 54
New York, N.Y.10001
 
Tel: 212-219-3183  Tues-Sat: 12-6pm Thur 12-8pm
Red Red Raven 27 x 12 x 4 mixed media box sculpture
Tango 48 x 24 oil on wood
Red Red Raven, 27 by 12 by 4 inches, mixed media box sculpture
Red Red Raven 27 x 12 x 4 mixed media box sculpture

Atlantic Gallery is pleased to announce “Tango,” a solo exhibition of paintings and assemblages by Irene Christensen created from 2000-2016. Tango will be on view November 1-26, 2016. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 12-6 PM. plus late hours until 8PM Thursdays.

“My paintings are windows on a world. I address transcendence in space and time. This is my mythology, my personal iconography, whose symbols and densely worked images are a translation of my sense of nature..The world can be like a ship, we’re all sailing around the sun together.” — Irene Christensen

Irene Christensen’s visual world pulses with beauty, brokenness, hope, despair and ultimately, grace. A unique visual music scores each of her paintings, drawings and assemblages, in which the rich cultural and mythological heritage of her native Norway dances with the vibrant aura of abstraction always pulsing in New York City, where she came to live and work at the age of 22. Tango presents a selection from the last 15 years of her painting and assemblage practice in an intelligent design engaging to create a unique, interactive experience, highlighting themes and inspiration that have endured over time.