August, 2014

440 Gallery Presents Coloratura, Gail Flanery Works on Paper

440 Gallery Presents Coloratura, Gail Flanery Works on Paper

Brooklyn, NY – Coloratura, literally “coloring” in Italian, is a term that refers to elaborate operatic melody. Gail Flanery’s solo exhibition at 440 Gallery exemplifies both those senses of the word. This new collection of works on paper sings with the exuberance of a virtuoso. Flanery’s forte is color: rich and nuanced, reveling in bold […]

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Marcin Ryczek’s Elegant Philosophical Black and White Photographs

Marcin Ryczek’s Elegant Philosophical Black and White Photographs

Marcin Ryczek’s simple yet striking photographs create maximum impact by using elegant and minimal design components. The crisp lines in the photographs infer digital editing, but in fact are composed solely from Ryczek’s careful observations and intuitive compositional skills. While the geometry or black-and-white printing seem to suggest coldness upon an initial glance, the drive […]

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Dreamland Summer

Dreamland Summer

rtists Haunted Euth and Tina St. Claire are pleased to announce the unveiling of their newest collaborative and solo pieces at their upcoming show “Dreamland Summer”. What to expect at this show is the result of the two artists painting together both in studio and on the streets of Los Angeles for the past year. […]

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Relics Group Show

Relics Group Show

This exhibition explores the consequences of today’s accelerated embrace of new technology as well as the political, social and environmental consequences of technical and functional obsolescence. From GPS navigation systems to the abundance of social media sites, advancements in technology over the past decade have dramatically changed the world. They affect how we live, how […]

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Mario Roncaccia’s Trompe L’oeil Symbolist Paintings

Mario Roncaccia’s Trompe L’oeil Symbolist Paintings

Mario Roncaccia is an Italian painter who is deeply invested in historical iconography and symbolism. By utilizing his acute observational skills, Roncaccia harnesses the academic amplification of shadow and light to effortlessly transform paint into something seemingly more tangible. By marrying his dexterous technique with a connoisseurship of allegory, he presents the fantastical that exists […]

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Maria Jose Vicuna: Color, Concept, Abstraction

Maria Jose Vicuna: Color, Concept, Abstraction

Photographer and painter Maria Jose Vicuña’s recent series in acrylic maps the kaleidoscopic realm of color, concept and abstraction with lyrical expertise. Interested in facilitating an active reciprocity between art and viewer, her works leave space for a multitude of readings and meanings. Highly saturated and bold, these works are set apart by their oval […]

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Mark Lloyd’s Confident Philosophical Musings on Canvas

Mark Lloyd’s Confident Philosophical Musings on Canvas

The work of British artist Mark Lloyd reflects the perfect blend of his graffiti and fine art background. Lloyd’s distinctive hand and confident color sense, demonstrated on an often black background, infuses each painting with both lightness and weight. Influenced by science and philosophy, his works formally question human evolution and advancement in the modern […]

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