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Alex Paik Solo Exhibition at Trestle

Fran Holstrom

Opening Reception: September 7th, 7-9pm
On View: through September 22, 2018

In classical music a stretto is when the subject of a fugue is repeated in close, overlapping succession, usually at the end of the piece. Similarly, Paik’s fugue-like modular wall installations focus on one shape or unit as its subject which is then repeated in different orientations as the piece is hung. The way that the units layer and form other compound shapes mimic the way a fugue’s subject is transposed, inverted, and folded into itself. His work explores ephemerality, reflected color, and repetition as a generative compositional process.

Stretto, the title of the exhibition, is also a nod to the many overlapping roles that Paik has as an artist, director of Tiger Strikes Asteroid, curator of Satellite Art Show, and chief curator at Trestle Gallery.

Trestle Gallery
850 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Suite 410
Train to Sunset Park: DNR - 36th, R - 25th

Katarina Jerinic Fundraising Campaign

Fran Holstrom

Katarina Jerinic "Cloud Drift" in Gowanus

An ambitious site specific exploration of the Gowanus Canal by Brooklyn artist Katarina Jerinic, with funds raised through Hatchfund.

In the artist's words: Cloud Drift is a series of monumental cyanotype-image flags to be flown over the Gowanus Canal in the summer of 2017 (June 21-September 21) at each of its pedestrian crossings––on Union, Carroll, Third and Ninth Streets. It is presented in partnership with Gowanus Souvenir Shop. Each flag will feature a photograph of the canal's surface with its floating debris, mucky formations and reflections of Brooklyn skies, signs and structures. Over each of the canal's bridges, an upside-down image of the water just below will fly in the sky above, transforming a dingy urban landscape into pictures of sublimely cloudy skies. These photographs will be printed as 3 x 5-foot cyanotypes on cotton canvas and attached to existing light posts. @katarina jerinic #katarinajerinic @gowanussouvenir

Katarina Jerinic Opening Thurs @GowanusSouvenir

Fran Holstrom

 

An exhibition of cyanotypes by Brooklyn artist Katarina Jerinic opens this Thursday at the Gowanus Souvenir Shop. The cyanotype is--you guessed it--blue. The lovely washy, saturated images nonetheless capture the floating debris, muck and reflections of the skies of the Gowanus Canal, which the artist traverses regularly on here way to the studio. Jerinic chose this photographic method from 1840s, and a title of the exhibition borrowed from Asher B. Durand, a Hudson river School artist who fretted over the impact of industrialization. 

Gowanus Souvenir Shop
567 Union Street
between Nevins and Third Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

Opening: Thursday 11/10 from 6-8pm
On view through November 27th
Hours: Thurs & fri 3-7pm, Sat-Sun 11-7pm