Current/Upcoming Exhibitions

Honey Ramka Group Show
The inaugural exhibition at Honey Ramka
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn NY
September 6th - October 6th.

Green Flower Street

at Istanbul Off Biennial
Tatiana Kourochkina Galeria d'Art is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition “Green Flower Street”, curated by Ariel Roger-París. The show is one of the collateral events of the Istanbul Biennal, on view from September 12 through November 12, 2013.

Artists: MARK ALEXANDER, McARTHUR BINION, JULIA DAULT, ANNA FRANCESCHINI, KIM HIOERTHOY, MARI ITO, PETER LAPSLEY, DANIEL LERGON, NATHANIEL ROBINSON, SANTIAGO ROGADO, PIETRO RUFFO, ROWAN SMITH, MORGANE TSCHIEMBER, REBECCA TURNER, ALEX VERHAEST, AIDS 3D.

Opening: Thursday, 12 September 12 2013, 18:00 - 21:00
Place: Lüleci Hendek Cad. No.50 Galata, 34200 Beyo?lu/?stanbul
General Viewing: 13 September - 12 November
Opening hours: 11:00 - 19:00

http://www.tkgaleria.com/index.php/main/news

All-over or nothing

Parallel Art Space - Curated by Rob DeOude

A selection of works that have a non-differential surface treatment as one of their characteristics.

September 7 – October 6, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday September 14th, 6 – 9 pm
Open: Saturdays and Sundays 1-6 pm
Parallel Art Space: 17-17 Troutman Street #220, Ridgewood, NY 11385 (map)
Direction: L Train to Jefferson St. / B57 (Flushing Ave) to Cypress Ave

Artists included: Paul Corio, Theresa Daddezio, Nate Ethier, Patricia Fabricant, Peter Lapsley, Max Warsh, Carleen Zimbalatti

By no means intended as a survey of such, but rather as a subjective recognition of artists working in a specific, related, vain, All-over or Nothing harks back to earlier days of modernism when the treatment of the picture plane changed from one with dominant points of interest to one with hallmarks of a more uniform surface treatment. This emphasis on uniformity was seen as a move toward the flattening of the picture plane, as opposed to the illusion of depth commonly found in painting since the renaissance, with the invention of pictorial perspective, etc. Particular progenitors of this approach were artists like Jackson Pollock, Mark Tobey in the 1950's and, according to Clement Greenberg, a lesser known Janet Sobel somewhat earlier.

The artists in All-over or Nothing carry markers in their work that can be directly related to this art-historical shift in pictorial perception.

http://www.parallelartspace.com/Parallel_Art_Space/Upcoming.html