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From May 22 to May 30, we are presenting an exciting program of digital art events and an online exhibition of our participating galleries. All artworks presented are available for sale via the “inquire” button.
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Program
Amy Pleasant,
Amy Pleasant,
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Amy Pleasant,
Amy Pleasant,
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As Da Art World Might Turn, Season 3
As Da Art World Might Turn, Season 3
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Pigasus
Pigasus
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10AM coco hunday

Pigasus
Sean Horton (Presents)

As Da Art World Might Turn, Season 3
Laney Contemporary

Amy Pleasant, "Echo" at Laney Contemporary
Inman Gallery

Charis Ammon and Kerry Inman in Conversation: Subject and Process
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Keer Tanchak i
Lina Tharsing i
Damian Stamer i
Adrienne Elise Tarver i
Patrick Thorne i
Sarah Trigg i
Sonya Yong James i
Charis Ammon i
Bahareh Khoshooee
Amy Pleasant i
Sue Havens
Benjamin Bellas
Thad Kellstadt
Bradley Kerl i
Kalup Linzy i
Isabelle Frances McGuire i
Walter Matthews
Libbi Ponce
Adrianne Rubenstein i
Brian Rideout i
Clara Varas i
Chris Meerdo
Keer Tanchak
Keer Tanchak is a Canadian artist currently based in Dallas, TX. She has exhibited extensively in Canada and the United States as well Europe and South America. She was included in the Texas Biennial in 2017 and had a solo exhibition, "Soft Orbit", at the Dallas Contemporary also in 2017. She received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003. Tanchak won the Artist Fellowship Award from the Illinois Arts Council in 2009 and Brucebo residency in Visby, Sweden in 2003.
Lina Tharsing
Lina Tharsing is a painter and photographer whose work explores the harmonies between the two mediums, and their ability to capture and alter the natural world. Often using photographs as initial reference points, her paintings transpose these snapshots to painted studies that invite a closer look at scenes of the poetic within the prosaic. Photographic flattening lends itself to painted play with dimensionality, pattern, and light, ever so often slipping the viewer into mystical or transportive realms as memory comes to predominantly inform the image. The core of Tharsing’s work is based in the natural world, in its manipulations and interconnectedness to our daily lives — as food, still life, study, or encompassing environment. Soccer goals become sculptural portals to other places and grass tangled and woven into a chain-link fence becomes a tapestry of layers in quietly observed moments. For Tharsing, the coexistence of the natural world and the built environment deserve considerate attention, as either one can be transformed into something otherworldly through the other. Lina Tharsing lives and works in Kentucky. Recent solo and group exhibitions include: 21c Museum Hotel (2019), the University of Kentucky Art Museum, the Lexington Art League (2019), The Food Connection at the University of Kentucky (2018), the Elaine de Kooning House (2018), and Atlanta Contemporary (2017). In 2012, she was named a superstar of Southern art by Oxford American. She has been featured in Hyperallergic, ARTnews, Burnaway, Whitehot Magazine, Garden & Gun Magazine, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Journal, and Booooooom.
Damian Stamer
Damian Stamer received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Jacob K. Javits fellow in 2013 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design and Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University as a National Merit scholar in 2007. He also studied at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts as a Fulbright grantee, and the State Academy of Art and Design in Stuttgart, Germany as a Rotary Ambassadorial scholar. Damian's contemporary paintings explore themes of memory and loss through formal and conceptual approaches. Detailed architectural forms reminiscent of his childhood memories of the South are combined with gestural brushstrokes that push and pull the images into existence. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, and Hillsborough, North Carolina.
Adrienne Elise Tarver
Adrienne Elise Tarver is an interdisciplinary artist based in Atlanta and Brooklyn with a practice that spans painting, sculpture, installation, photography, and video. Her work addresses the complexity and invisibility of the black female identity in the Western landscape--from the history within domestic spaces to the fantasy of the tropical seductress. She has exhibited nationally and abroad, including solo exhibitions at Ochi Projects in Los Angeles; Wave Hill in the Bronx, NY; Victori+Mo in New York; BRIC Project Room in Brooklyn; and A-M Gallery in Sydney, Australia. She has been commissioned for an upcoming New York MTA project, received the inaugural artist commission prize for Art Aspen in 2019 and was selected by ArtNet as one of “14 Emerging Female Artists to watch in 2017.” She has been featured in online and print publications including the New York Times, Brooklyn Magazine, ArtNet, Blouin Art Info, Whitewall Magazine, Hyperallergic, Ingenue Magazine, among others. She is currently the Associate Chair of Fine Arts at Savannah College of Art and Design’s Atlanta Campus (SCAD Atlanta). She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and BFA from Boston University.
Patrick Thorne
Brooklyn-based artist Patrick Thorne was born in Fairfield, CA, and he received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1991. Thorne’s exhibition history includes several solo shows at Ok Harris, I-20 Gallery and the John Good Gallery in New York in the 1990’s and early 2000’s, as well as group shows at White Columns, Exit Art, The Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans and many others. He has been featured in Surface Magazine, Art Issues, The New York Times and The Village Voice, among others.
Sarah Trigg
Sarah Trigg (b. 1973) is a sculptor and painter whose practice has also included photography and writing. Her paintings and sculptures have been exhibited widely in New York and across the U.S., including at the Neuberger Museum of Art (Purchase, NY), the Bronx Museum of the Arts (NY), and the Weatherspoon Art Museum (Greensboro, North Carolina). Since photographing and authoring her book STUDIO LIFE: Rituals, Collections, Tools, and Observations on the Artistic Practice (Princeton Architectural Press) her work has been featured in a two-person exhibition at New Jörg (Vienna, Austria) and a solo exhibition at Black Ball Projects (New York, NY) as well as in several exhibitions and projects. Trigg has been a contributing photographer and writer for New York magazine's art blog SEEN; a contributing editor for Modern Painters and artinfo.com; and a professor at the MFA Fine Arts Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Modern Painters, New York magazine, The Art Newspaper, Art and Auction, artnet, and The Brooklyn Rail. Trigg lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Sonya Yong James
Sonya Yong James (b.Knoxville,Tennessee) lives and works in Atlanta,Georgia. She received a BFA in Printmaking from Georgia State University in 2000 where she focused on etching and sculpture. James has exhibited nationally and internationally for the past twenty years and has been the recipient of several grants, awards, and residencies. Her work is held in numerous corporate and private collections and has been exhibited in galleries and museums locally such as MOCA GA, Atlanta Contemporary, The Hudgens Center for the Arts, The Albany Museum of Art, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art. She is currently a member of the Studio Artists Program at Atlanta Contemporary and is represented by Whitespace Gallery.
Charis Ammon
Charis Ammon’s practice is focused around quotidian encounters with the urban landscape. Her compositions ask us to ponder and reconsider things, such as construction sites or sidewalks, that we encounter as we navigate our daily lives but which we may pass by or disregard as being pedestrian or static. She activates the contours of the cityscape by producing a richly painted surface which invites her viewers into a new experience with the urban environment. Charis Ammon is part of a long history of artists fascinated by the intersection of art and everyday life. As Robert Rauschenberg famously declared “Painting relates to both art and life. Neither can be made - I try to act in the gap.” Rauschenberg incorporated everyday objects into his artworks and Ammon’s own impetus is to walk around the urban environment and photograph everyday scenes from urban life, which she then translates into paintings that depict sites of production or work, such as construction scenes or sidewalks. Ammon operates in a pictorial space that asks us to a reconsider what we may otherwise disregard or ignore. Her works offer a deeper, more emotional engagement with seemingly neutral or pedestrian urban scenes that are anything but devoid of content or meaning. Charis Ammon (born 1992, Dallas, TX) received a BFA in Painting from Texas State University (2015) and an MFA in Painting at The University of Houston (2018). In 2017, she participated in the DUST Residency Program in Marfa, TX. Recent solo exhibitions include "Maintenance", Art League Houston (2019), "Still Hot in the Shade", Inman Gallery, Houston, TX (2018) and "Rhythm: Works on Paper", Project Gallery at the University of Houston (2018). She was most recently included in "Moving Still", a group show at San Jacinto College North. She was a Hunting Art Prize Finalist in 2016, and her work is included in the permanent collection of The University of Houston. Ammon lives and works in Houston, TX.
Amy Pleasant
Amy Pleasant’s work intuits the one and the many. The images delight in the tender articulations of the human body as individuated by gestures and slouches, tiny flaws and distinguishing marks. Pleasant maneuvers with ease between drawing, painting, ceramic sculpture, and installation; between small and large-scale compositions commanding equal visual attention and gravitas. Her minimalist compositions dissolve traditional barriers between figuration and abstraction, exploring the body as simplified, yet loaded, narrative gestures, full of implied humanity. Elbows, feet, touching toes, a gentle curve, all bodily expressions become linguistic ones, like letters generating the visual words of a poem. Parts of the body interact through repetition, emphasis, simplicity, and suggestion. Little memories of touch or familiarity emerge. Amy Pleasant earned her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from The Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia. She has exhibited throughout the United States and recently received a 2019 Alabama State Council for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship and was a 2018 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow. Her first monograph was just published in collaboration with Institute 193 and Frank. She recently participated in the 2019 Atlanta Biennial A Thousand Tomorrows co-curated by Daniel Fuller and Phillip March Jones. Pleasant’s solo exhibitions include Geary Contemporary, New York, Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York City and Hudson, New York, whitespace gallery in Atlanta, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama, and Atlanta Contemporary. Her work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art Papers, Burnaway, The Brooklyn Rail, and Art in America, among others.
Bradley Kerl
Bradley Kerl b. 1986 Beaumont, TX. EDUCATION 2014 MFA, University of Houston, Houston, TX 2009 BFA, University of North Texas, Denton, TX SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2020 Not yet titled (Forthcoming) Art League Houston, Houston, TX Onsen Confidential (Forthcoming) Hagiwara Projects, Tokyo JP 2019 Car show Gold Diggers, Los Angeles, CA 2018 Bradley Kerl Jonathan Hopson, Houston TX 2017 Greenhouse Galveston Art Center 2016 12 Nudes TOMO, Houston TX 2015 Blind Arcade Art Palace, Houston TX 2014 Bradley Kerl Art Palace, Houston TX New Painting :) School of Art Project Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES 2019 Rude Assembly Part 4 China Heights Gallery, Sydney, AU Got It For Cheap Galleri Golsa, Oslo, NO Outdoor Cat Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, Dallas, TX Who Do We Love? Jonathan Hopson Gallery, Houston, TX 2018 Back and Forth Octavia Art Gallery, Houston, TX 10 Years 10 Artists Octavia Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA 44 Artists from Texas Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX The Dangerous Professors, curated by Ruslana Lichtzier Flatland Gallery, Houston, TX 2017 Coyote Jonathan Hopson, Houston, TX FUN, curated by Benjamin Terry Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas, TX The Big Show Lawndale Art center, Houston, TX 2016 HOT & WET Circuit12 Contemporary, Dallas, TX Simple Taste Is Popular (with Bill Willis) Art Palace, Houston, TX Known and Underknown One Allen Center, Houston, TX Dialogue Rudolph Blume Fine Art/Artscan Gallery, Houston, TX 2014 Summer Salts Art Palace, Houston, TX Everything we want it to be... at all times. Rice University Media Center Gallery, Houston, TX 2013 Tha Brandon: Group Show Tha Brandon, Houston, TX The Big Show Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX 2012 HOWBOUTNOW 4411 Montrose, Houston, TX 2011 Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz Tha Joanna, Houston, TX Residencies 2018 Villa Lena Foundation Toiano, Palaia, IT 2017 100W Corsicana, TX Publications 2019 New American Paintings, West Issue #138 2018 Friend of The Artist: Volume 7 2017 Printed Page SS17
Kalup Linzy
Kalup Linzy was born in 1977 in Clermont, Florida, formerly worked in New York, and currently lives and works in Tampa, Florida. Linzy’s theatrical works challenge ideas of gender while embracing a wide range of pop cultural forms such as soap operas, drag performances, and censored movies and radio programs from the 1930s.
Isabelle Frances McGuire
Isabelle Frances McGuire (b. 1994 Austin, Texas) lives and works in Chicago. McGuire received a BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Digesting Duck Entry Level Position at From the Desk of Lucy Bull (Los Angeles), Just Models at Sibling (Toronto), Babies Born Without Brains with New Works at Lagos (Mexico City), and I’m A Cliché at Prairie (Chicago). Their work has been in group exhibitions at in lieu (Los Angeles), Alyssa Davis Gallery (New York), and Gallery 400 (Chicago). McGuire participated in Alternative Worksite Artist-in-Residence Program (founded by Linda Burnham and supported by the Robert Overby Estate) in 2018 and LATITUDE Chicago Artist Residency in 2019, and they were awarded a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant from the COVID-19 Fund in 2020.
Adrianne Rubenstein
Adrianne Rubenstein (b. 1983, Montreal, Canada) is a painter based in New York City. She received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2006 and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2011. Her work has been featured in solo presentations at The Pit, Los Angeles; Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI; Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR; and White Columns, New York. Group exhibitions include Cooper Cole, Toronto; L’inconnue, Montreal; Field Contemporary, Vancouver; Venus Over Manhattan, New York; Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles and Athens, GA; Galeria Alegria, Madrid; and Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg. Rubenstein is the Director at artist driven gallery CANADA, in New York. She is also an avid curator and has organized exhibitions for Stems Gallery, Brussels; Venus, Los Angeles; 68projects, Berlin; and most recently for Night Gallery, Los Angeles, in collaboration with artist Edgar Bryan. Her work has been covered in The New York Times, Art Forum, W Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. Adrianne Rubenstein currently lives and works in New York, NY, USA.
Brian Rideout
Brian Rideout makes pictures about pictures. His work investigates contemporary images, sourced from print and online, for their art historical relevance, as a continuation of the history of painting and image production. Rideout's works comprise a narrative of art, architecture, and object following an undulating cycle of definition, utility, and design, softly dramatizing the multiple registers that art has come to occupy and employ over time as a material thing wholly existing in the world. He is interested in art as document, as decoration, as an ideological accessory, as technological or functional support.
Clara Varas
Clara Varas (Havana, Cuba 1972) received her BFA in painting from the School of Visual Arts in 1995. Varas’ body of work explores personal ties to earth, land, commonplace items and industrial materials. Mainly associated with the concept of home or home construction, she also considers the transient nature of contemporary society, migration and the plight of displaced persons. She considers her work not unfinished, rather, a constantly evolving entity reacting to its immediate surroundings. In 2015, she was a finalist for a Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts. Her work is held in the permanent collection of Pérez Art Museum Miami.
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