Summer 2016
Group Exhibition
"Converging Landscapes" 

Jose Anico, Steve Cope, Valeri Larko, Peter Roux and 
Mark Zimmermann 

On view through August 26th, 2016

Group summer exhibition addressing how contemporary artists use the landscape as their muse. Their painting techniques range from plein air to abstraction and exemplifies how contemporary artists are using the landscape as inspiration. Read more

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Fahamu Pecou
Cobi Moules
Anthony Adcock
James Rieck
James Gortner
Chris Cosnowski
Jeff Muhs
Valeri Larko
Michelle Doll
Alex Couwenberg
Fahamu Pecou, "Old God, New Names" 2016, Acrylic & gold leaf on canvas 
84 x 48 in
"Do or Die: Affect, Ritual, Resistance"
The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
Charleston, South Carolina

August 26th - October 8, 2016

Solo exhibition exploring the current state of Black existence - life and death - today. The show serves as one artist's action in opposition to the overwhelming societal forces, seeking instead to elevate and re-contextualize Black life and death. 

Through performance, painting, drawing and video Fahamu Pecou reframes our view, incorporating references from Yoruba/ Ifa ritual to cultural retentions of hip-hop to the philosophy of Négritude, and through this shapes a story that seeks to affirm life via an understanding of the balance between life and death. Read more

Cobi Moules "Untitled, 07-02_2011"
2011, Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 in
"Self Portraits: 2005-2009" 

Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay & Lesbian Art
Wooster Street Window Gallery
26 Wooster St., New York, NY

August 14 - November 4, 2016

Through the reflection on and use of traditional portraiture,Cobi Moules creates a space for personal significance and a trans and queer presence. The repetition of the self-­- portrait becomes a way of both documentation as well as aggrandizing singular moments within a larger process of transition. Each portrait, with new physical changes and subtle internal shifts, exists as a singular direct monument within a larger group of time and progression.

Anthony Adcock
"Hard to Believe: Visual Illusions of Reality"

Bridgeport Art Center
Chicago, IL

August 19 - September 30th, 2016
This group exhibition of hyper-realism features art work by nine artists who have been accepted into Bridgeport Art Center's Annual Art Competitions over the past four years, including several award-winners. These artists create paintings and drawings that are so skillfully representational that it is difficult to distinguish them from photographs. The exhibit naturally raises questions about the effect of photography on fine art, the definition of "realism" in art, and why such art is so popular. 

Featuring Anthony Adcock, Javier Chavira, Jennifer Cronin, Tracy Frein, Russell Harris, Roland Kulla, Jack Nixon, Kyle Surges and Zespo

James Rieck, "The Argosy" 2015  
Oil on canvas, 42 x 42 in
Group Exhibition 
"Representing Rainbows" 

GP Presents
24 East 78th Street, New York, NY

August 22 - October 8, 2016

Group exhibition curated by Lisa Corinne Davis in which the artists' desire to depict a rainbow begins with their acceptance of a path of sensuality. Throwing themselves into the experiential world, willfully ignoring systematic knowledge, these artists embrace how wonder can occupy a phase of the alert mind. Their representation of rainbows encapsulates the essence of aesthetic experience and the artistic journey. 

Artists include Olivia Booth, Katherine Bradford, G. Davis Cathcart, Tim Davis, Annie Ewaskio, Barbara Friedman, Anoka Faruqee, Elliott Green, Joanne Greenbaum, Stefanie Gutheil, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Julie Heffernan, Laurie Hogin, Lisa Hoke, David Humphrey, Jon Kessler & Mika Rottenberg, Todd Knopke, Siobahn McBride, James Rieck, Ugo Rondinone, Michele Rosenberg, Lisa Sanditz, Judith Simonian, Elena Sisto, Shinique Smith, Barbara Takenaga, Robin Tewes, Jonathan Tracy, Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda, Leslie Wayne, Jess Willa Wheaton, and Jeremy Willis.

James Gortner, "Eyes" 2015
Oil & mixed media on panel, 36 x 24.5 in
Group Exhibition 

Detour Gallery
Red Bank, NJ

August 26 - October 6, 2016

Culturedrone explores how culture, by its very nature, is both encompassing and invasive.  It is the drone that imposes on our private space.  The selected works provide glimpses into the perceptions of each artist and seek to act as a mirror for ourselves and society.  
Featured artists: Alejandro Diaz-Ayala, James Andrew Brown, Michael Callas, Michelle Doll, DAIN, ELLE, James Gortner, Yunierki Felix Hodelin, Ibn Kendall, Michael Labua, Robert Preston, Holly Suzanne Rader, T8, Henrik Uldalen, and Max Wiedemann.  

Chris Cosnowski, "Lond Ranger Mandala" 
2015, Oil on panel, 41 x 41 inches 
"Chris Cosnowski - Paintings"
The Ohio State University at Lima
Farmer Family Gallery (FFG)
Lima, Ohio

September 1 - October 14, 2016

Solo exhibition of Chris Cosnowski's vivid, hyper-realistic oil paintings in which he utilizes plastic toys and trophies as subject matter. His iconic, minimalist still-life paintings present a humorous veneer while examining philosophical, religious and political issues. 

The Ohio State University at Lima
Farmer Family Gallery (FFG) 
160 Reed Hall 4240 Campus Drive
Lima, Ohio, 45804

Jeff Muhs, "Charting Totaiity," 2016  
Oil & mixed media on canvas
Long Island Biennial

The Heckscher Museum of Art
Huntington, NY

September 3 - December 4, 2016

Juried exhibition featuring work by artists of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Inaugurated in 2010, the Long Island Biennial offers Long Island's contemporary artists an opportunity to show their work to a broad public, deepening the connections among artists and between artists and the communities where they live.  

Valeri Larko McDonalds
Valeri Larko, "McDonald's, Tremont Ave," (detail) 
2014, Oil on linen, 20 x 64 in
Group Show
Addison Ripley Fine Art
Washington, D.C.

September 10 - October 15, 2016

Group show curated by Trevor Young thatexplores a theme of global and local issues of sustainability and waste. Featuring Steven Mallon, Frank Hallam Day, Valeri Larko Magnolia Laurie, Cynthia Connolly, Stephen Magsig, William Christenberry, Richard Vosseller, Olivia Rodriguez.  
Michelle Doll, "Family JMAI," 2014
Oil on canvas, 40 x 46 in
"Observation / Reference / Gesture"

Willis Smith Gallery
Ringling College of Art & Design
Sarasota, FL

October 14 - December 2, 2016

Group exhibition organized by Mark Ormond looks at the work of more than a dozen artists whose painting process involves direct observation of the subject. Viewers will become engaged with the essential qualities of subject matter through each artist's unique vocabulary of gestures.

Alex Couwenberg, "Disco Doll"
2016, Acrylic on canvas, 66 x 72 in

"Left at 69's"

September 8 - October 8, 2016

Opening Reception
Thursday, Sept 8th, 6 - 8pm

We are pleased to present our first solo exhibition with Alex Couwenberg.Couwenberg's work references his Los Angeles roots and suggests the aesthetic associated with car culture, surfboards, skateboards, and modernist design. Through a series of additive and reductive moves and passes, he harnessing his ideas into harmonious compositions that communicate the visual landscape of his environment. Couwenberg blends his hard-edged painting process with his modernist sensibilities, creating multilayered and multidimensional works that are deeply personal but universally sensual.

September 8 - October 8:  Alex Couwenberg
October 13 - November 12:  Fahamu Pecou
November 17 - December 17:  Stephanie Hirsch
542 West 24th Street, New York, NY, 10011

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