Allouche Gallery will be participating in the Volta NY fair during Armory Week, Booth D23, from Thursday March 8th - Sunday March 11th. The exhibition will feature a solo booth displaying glass and iron sculptures by Reinoud Oudshoorn. The selection of work exemplifies Reinoud's aesthetic which analyzes spatial relationships between material and perception. He takes inspiration from his surroundings and expresses them visually, creating sculptural illusions that take up limited space.
Allouche Gallery will be participating in the Untitled, Art Fair in San Francisco, Booth C3, at the Palace of Fine Arts, from Thursday January 11th through Sunday January 14th, 2018. The exhibition will include a selection of still life works from an eclectic group of artists from the contemporary art scenes of New York, Los Angeles, and Europe. The artists revive the still life concept through their own strong and unique languages and techniques.
PROHBTD interviewed Nick Georgiou on the eve of his new exhibition, Turn the Line, at Allouche Gallery opening May 24th. The article focuses not only on Georgiou's signature style of incorprating print media and other printed materials into his paintings and sculptures, but also how today's news cycle and political climate influenced this new body of work. Turn the Line will be on view at Allouche Gallery through June 25, 2017.
Swoon's latest exhibition, Swoon: To Accompany Something Invisible, on display at Allouche Gallery beginning April 27th, was reviewed by the Arts and Entertainment Section of Gothamist's April 26th edition. The article describes her work as a growth and evolution in her career as she prepares for her upcoming retrospective exhibition at Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center.
Hyperbolic, a new large-scale installation by Crystal Wagner, in now on view in Lodz, Poland as part of UNIQA Art Lodz Project. The installation wraps around the facade of a 100 year old Art Nouveau building. Wagner says of her work, “I am interested in the dialog between architecture and organic forms and structures found in nature.
Ron English recently sat down with Hypebeast to discuss his ideas and influences behind his most recent exhibition, Ron English / Guernica, which opened September 23, 2016. On why he chose Pablo Picasso's famous Guernica, English says, “If a piece of art exists for that long and it was that famous and people know what it is and it’s imbued with a certain narrative and a certain meaning, that meaning becomes like an automatic (sic) to whatever you’re saying.
Katrina Andry's powerful work can currently be seen on view at the Atlanta Biennial at Atlanta Contemporary in Georgia through December 18, 2016. Atlanta Contemporary, one of the southeast's leading contemporary art centers, lauds the Atlanta Biennial as a platform for contemporay art emerging from, and impacting, the south. Participating artists in the exhibition, including Katrina Andry who was born and works in New Orleans, Louisiana, represent ten states from across the south.
Crystal Wagner has been busy preparing for a series of installations to be unveiled in the next few months, as well as two commission works for the U.S. Embassy's permanent collection in their South American headquarters in Suriname. Below is a list of her upcoming projects:
Large Scale installation for Life is Beautiful, Art Headliner, Las Vegas, NV, September 2016 (click here for more information)
Now on view at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Paroxysm: A New Body of Work by Crystal Wagner. The exhibition features wall structures, as well as a site-specific installation, that explores form and structure both familiar and foreign in today's landscape. The site-specific installation, titled Spire, is a 40 foot high structure that reaches the museum's skylight system. The exhibition is on display through October 23, 2016.
City Lights, the current exhibition at the Millenium Iconoclast Museum of Art, or MIMA, in Brussels, Belgium, which opened on April 15, 2016, features work by five notable artists, including work by collaborative duo FAILE. The exhibition highlights the relationship between the artist’s aesthetic and their desire to communicate with their audience. FAILE's installation incorporates their iconographic prayer wheels and wood block paintings.