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Liz Ainslie at Sardine Gallery

Fran Holstrom

Liz Ainslie,  As It Always (Purple) , 2016 Oil on canvas, 28” x 22”

Liz Ainslie, As It Always (Purple), 2016
Oil on canvas, 28” x 22”

Opening: Saturday, September 15, 6-9 PM
ON VIEW: September 15 – October 14, 2018


A group show titled Italicized Reality featuring work by Liz Ainslie, Andy Cross, Christopher Dunlap, Robin Kang, Jennifer J Lee and Dana Powell is on view at Sardine gallery in Bushwick, NY.

Many parallels can be drawn between Michael Pollan’s new book regarding the science of psychedelics, and the artistic experience of creation. In both, personal visions are explored. Space becomes defined, by modeling forms using value and color. Time is necessary for creation. The idea, the ephemera, becomes grounded in material richness. Through the hands of these artists the ineffability of a mystical experience is underscored, and reality is italicized.  -from the press release

SARDINE
286 Stanhope Street
Brooklyn, NY 11237

GALLERY HOURS: Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 6 pm
L train to Dekalb

Eric Hibit in Group Exhibition at TSA Gallery

Fran Holstrom

John Newman,  Spoonfuls , 2014, mixed media, dimensions variable (above)

John Newman, Spoonfuls, 2014, mixed media, dimensions variable (above)

Opening: Friday, September 14, 6-9 PM
ON VIEW: September 14 – October 14, 2018

Still Big is a group exhibition inspired by 17th century Dutch Still-Life paintings. These works broke away from the use of religious subject matter to depict secular objects like flowers, food, and bones in domestic interiors. These paintings explored quotidian reality as well as larger themes of life and mortality.  

In Still Big, paintings, photos and sculptures are arranged on or around tables designed by NY based furniture designers. These contemporary tableaus employ surprising juxtapositions to evoke erotic, gustatory and optical pleasures as well as poignant allusions to human frailty.

Curated by Sun You, artists include: Priscilla Fusco, Ethan Greenbaum, Kira Nam Greene, Eric Hibit, Myeongsoo Kim, John Newman, Sarah Peters, Chelsey Pettyjohn, Adrianne Rubenstein, Roger White, B. Wurtz, Crys Yin.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.tigerstrikesasteroid.com

Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1 PM - 6 PM and by appointment
L Train to Jefferson stop

Liz Ainslie Solo Exhibit @Transmitter

Fran Holstrom

At Bay, oil on canvas, 48" x 36", 2016

At Bay, oil on canvas, 48" x 36", 2016

Liz Ainslie Solo Show

Recent oil paintings by Brooklyn artist Liz Ainslie hug the walls of Transmitter, one of our favorite artist-run spaces in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Cool down this summer with the mesmerizing cool blues in Ainslie's palette.

An excerpt about the work from Clay Matlin's catalog on the artist's work:
“Earnestness is hard. It is troubling, off-putting even, because it makes those who are suspicious of it suspicious of their own feelings. Earnestness requires a suspension of the surety that our contemporary culture gets from ironic detachment. To be earnest is to believe that things matter, that there are things worth believing in. It is a weapon against the creeping nihilism that greets us everywhere in 2017".

Opening: Friday, June 23rd, 6 - 9PM
ON VIEW:  June 23 - July 30th, 2017
GALLERY HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 1 - 6PM

Transmitter
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2nd floor
Brooklyn, NY 11237
http://www.transmitter.nyc/

Stacy Fisher Solo Exhibition @Sardine

Fran Holstrom

SARDINE presents a solo exhibition of new work by Stacy Fisher, titled 'How Far From Here'.

Stacy's work explores tactility through the language of abstraction, and for years has been oscillating between sculpture, painting, and paintings on paper. Each material presents it's own fragility. For this show, layered sheets of paper are crumpled and pasted together, painted and held up by push pins, sometimes propped or close to the floor. These colorful, loosely made paintings are approachable in their 'handmadeness'. The presence of cast-off pieces of wood bring this work into from illusionistic world of painting, into the real world we inhabit.

OPENING: Saturday, April 29,  6 - 9 pm
ON VIEW: through Sunday, May 21, 2017
GALLERY HOURS: Sat & Sunday, 1 - 6pm

Eric Hibit - 3 Exhibitions this Dec/Jan

Fran Holstrom

Eric Hibit has  artwork on view in three shows during January-December including:

Serious Play is an exhibition of work by the directors of Ortega y Gasset Projects at AUTOMAT Collective in Philadelphia, on view until January 8, 2017. 
 


Sister Outsider on view at Underdonk, is a show of protest and solidarity, featuring artists working in a range of media, who all belong to communities that have been directly threatened by President elect Donald Trump and his campaign rhetoric. The exhibition borrows its name from poet and activist Audre Lorde’s compilation of essays and speeches dating from 1976-1984, to raise awareness around issues of homophobia, racism, ageism, classism, sexism, and heterosexism. 

TSA New York presents 33 artists chosen from the  2016 – 2017 Flat File program, in an exhibition titled Flat Files: Year Four representing a wide array of approaches towards flat media including drawing, collage, printmaking, and photography. The small-scale format becomes an elastic site for play and exploration on view through December 18th, 2016.



 

Ellie Krakow ON VIEW @NurtureArt

Fran Holstrom

Ellie Krakow has a solo exhibition of her Arm Armature series on view at Nurture Art in Bushwick. Known for her furniture-pedestals which combine ceramic, photographs and customized pedestals, this work at its core represents absence. More specifically, Krakow draws from the contraptions that hold cultural objects in place at museums. Devoid of the significant object the armatures once held, Krakow elaborates with contorted photos of her own body, as well as ceramic shapes, mimicking the original. Several freestanding pieces are on display--come see this superb work in person!

On view through Nov 20th
Hours: 12-6pm Thurs-Sunday

Nurture Art
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn NY 11206