#FlashbackFriday to @riusuke_fukahori. This work was included in Riusuke Fukahori’s 2013 inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery, The Painted Breath. In his practice, Fukahori often incorporates the traditional Japanese aesthetic of embracing imperfection by using broken bowls and dishes to contain his resin fish. The artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, Goldfish Blossoms, opens December 13.
Warewan ni Byaku, 2013
Wood bowl, resin, acrylic paint
3 x 3 ½ x 4 inche
A nice selection of works by Felipe Pantone (@felipepantone) in his first show at Joshua Liner Gallery (@joshualinergallery) titled “Transformable Systems”. Closes this Saturday, October 13 and the artist will also be at @complexcon in a sculpture edition collaboration with @avant.arte.
Two weeks from today, on October 25, @aschoultz’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, Full Circle, opens from 6 to 8 PM. As the title suggests, Full Circle, provides Andrew Schoultz the opportunity to re-examine his diverse visual lexicon, including motifs and symbols that originate from his earliest artistic endeavors, some reaching as far back as childhood.
#ArtworkOfTheDay is by @felipepantone. Pantone compares the effect in his Planned Iridescence CNFG series to digital experience, stating, “Movement is activated by the viewer’s position in front of the work creating an individual experience that I perceive as cyber encounters.” This series is included in Pantone’s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery, Transformable Systems, closing Saturday, October 13.
Planned Iridescence CNFG 1- 8
UV ink on acrylic
100 x 8 cm each
Congratulations to @andy.dxn, who was featured on @theeditorsdiary’s blog. Click the link in the bio to read Dixon’s discussion with Lise Boullard. Photo by @jennileem.
Three Eyes (In Depth)
Acrylic and resin on canvas over pabel, 40x32 inches by @aschoultz for his upcoming second solo exhibiting Full Circle opening @joshualinergallery on October 25. New paintings, works on paper, and site specific murals. #AndrewSchoultz#FullCircle#JoshuaLinerGallery#NYC
#ThrowbackThursday to @evanhecox. This painting was included in Evan Hecox’s 2015 exhibition, Far, which drew inspiration from his trips to New York, the remote Mojave Desert, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. Breaking down the building blocks of each setting, Hecox uses angular shapes to depict forms and structures within works like Labo Texas. Hecox states, “There has always been a strong sense of geometry and abstraction in my own work, at least in my own mind. In my head I’ve always seen the world as a collage of shape, line, and color.”
Lobo Texas, 2015
Acrylic paint on wood panel
42 inch diameter
#ArtworkOfTheDay is by @felipepantone. For the Optichromie series, Felipe Pantone combines both mechanical and non-mechanical modes of production to explore the visual mechanics of televisions, smartphones, and computers. The work shown here, included in Pantone’s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery, Transformable Systems, on view through October 13, features metallic zigzags, grids, and optical patterns.
Optichromie 104, 2018
Spray paint and UV ink on aluminum composite panel
150 x 150 cm
Our #MondayMood is summed up by @alfiesteiner’s watercolor, Siren. For this work, Steiner considers the idiosyncratic contours of the Starbucks logo and, using the Freudian technique of free association, replaces each contour with a similarly shaped image.
Watercolor on Arches 300 lb. hot press paper
30 x 22 inches
Now this is a great effect!! 📽@joshualinergallery #ArtworkOfTheDay is by @felipepantone. For the Subtractive Variability series, Pantone applies cyan, magenta, and yellow UV inks directly onto an aluminum panel using an industrial printer. By moving the panel during the printing process, the artist gains some control over the random interaction between colors. This work is included in Pantone’s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery, Transformable Systems, on view through October 13.
#SubtractiveVariability 17, 2018
UV ink on aluminum composite panel
120 x 80 cm
Happy Birthday to artist @waynewhiteart. In this photograph, Wayne White poses next to a word painting included in his third solo exhibition with the gallery, I TOOK THE MACHINE APART BUT COULD NOT PUT IT BACK TOGETHER. Photo taken by @stosdada.
#ArtworkOfTheDay is by @felipepantone. In his practice, Felipe Pantone seeks to add a personable side to technology through making works that encourage viewer interaction. By pulling up or down on the outer panels, viewers can manipulate the colors and composition of the sculpture. Pantone’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery, Transformable Systems, is on view through October 13.
Subtractive Variability Manipulable, 2018
UV ink on acrylic
WHAT: TRANSFORMABLE SYSTEMS. “Pantone’s abstract compositions often feature enlarged pixels, QR codes, and grids, exposing the digital mechanisms of production. His work re-examines our digital age and the ways we understand visual information. Reducing his subject to the basic building blocks of image creation allows the artist to call attention to the structure of digital imagery, while finding ways to stand out in our over-digitized world”. .
WHO: Felipe Pantone (@felipepantone ) .
WHERE: Joshua Liner Gallery (@joshualinergallery ) 540 W. 28th Street. .
WHEN: Sept 6-Oct 13, 2018. Tu-Sa from 11am to 6pm. FREE .
FEED INSPIRATION: #felipepantone . . . . . .
Here, @felipepantone works on pieces for his #transformablesystems show, which opened on September 6 in NYC @joshualinergallery ⠀
"Felipe Pantone’s body of work spans from graffiti to kinetic art. Strong contrasts, vivid colors, effects, and the use of mixed medium and varied technique combine to impact strongly on the viewer." Omar Quiñones. Studio Manager⠀
#artistspotlight#graffitiart#joshualinergallery#nycartists #📷 @felipepantone