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FRAENKEL - GREGORY LIND
K IMPERIAL - HEATHER JAMES
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Fraenkel Gallery: Hiroshi Sugimoto - B.C.
Comment by AB: Hiroshi Sugimoto takes considers various aspects of the passage of time via large format photographs of natural history museum dioramas, a time exposure of a single flame burning, ice on the sea, lightning, and more. Several pretty spiffy fossils from his personal collection are also on display in a glass case. Worth a visit.
Prehistoric diorama photograph by Hiroshi Sugimoto at Fraenkel gallery.
Ice versus time - Hiroshi Sugimoto photography.
Electrical arc and flame photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Lightning photograph by Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Layout - Hiroshi Sugimoto photography show at Fraenkel Gallery.
Gregory Lind Gallery: Chris Corales - Step Sideways
Comment by AB: Disciplined methodical collages made from found materials can be appreciated not only on their aesthetic merits, but also as conceptual representations of experiences and events within the artist's life. The vintage papers he uses impart a touch of softness and retrospection. Like 'em.
Chris Corales and his art at Gregory Lind Gallery.
Collage art by Chris Corales.
Art in above image closer.
Chris Corales art up close.
Paired collages - art by Chris Corales.
Collage diptych by Chris Corales.
K Imperial Fine Art: Martin Machado - Modular Moonlight
Comment by AB: Paintings and photographs draw from Martin Machado's experiences at sea working on a container ship. Effectively capturing the solitude, romance and vastness of it all, you get a palpable sense of what this type of what live on the ocean is like. Stop on by.
Martin Machado and his art at K Imperial Fine Art.
Peace and solitude on the ocean - Martin Machado art.
Paintings and photographs by Martin Machado.
Photographs in above image closer.
Romance of life on the sea - Martin Machado paintings.
Heather James Fine Art: Gallery Selections
Comment by AB: Townsend Modern/Contemporary is now Heather James Fine Art. Antique and period paintings and sculptures are the focus of the current show. And they're good ones too. Stop on by. The perfect antidote to that seemingly endless procession of fresh-off-the-easel art shows. For those of you playing the home game, everything's marked "Price Upon Request" so don't expect any bargains.
L-R, art by John William Godward & Childe Hassam at Heather James Fine Art.
L-R, Manuel Neri sculpture and gallery principal Ted Mills.
L-R, art by Elaine De Kooning (JFK portrait) and Jim Dine.