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  • Room for Two
    new Orleans LOUISIANA

    MAY 12, 5-9
    FAIR FOLKS & A GOAT
    7 East 88th Street NEW YORK

    The presentation will remain on view from May 12 through May 30, by appointment. Email thegoat@fairfolksandagoat.com to arrange a time.

    Project: Room for Two is a modern take on the period rooms found in the Met and other museums created for the ICFF. Sam Baron and Catarina Carrieras made a series of linen curtains and throw pillows for Fair Folks & a Goat, a furniture and design store/gallery with locations in New York and New Orleans. These will be installed in the space and my paintings will be on the walls. Additionally there are mugs and teapots by Joey Roth, and Jenna Wainwright created stanchions and ropes to complete the museum effect.
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  • enemy
    mirepoix FRANCE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    jon FOX: The current show, which is touring around the Spacejunk artspaces across France (currently showing at the Lyon space).. brings together a selection of drawings and paintings from the last 2 – 3 years.

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  • hope in the apocalypse
    kansas city MISSOURI

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    ricky ALLMAN: These paintings feature desolate snow-covered landscapes punctuated by moments of bright, colorful gestural painted moments contained within geometric forms.

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  • recent paintings
    frederick MARYLAND

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    ryan BROWNING: These paintings come from different moments in my studio during the past three years. The earliest paintings were conceived as depictions from an imagined creation myth in which virtual space was a sort of materia prima. I was interested in classical and modernist methods of rendering space and form in painting, but looked to virtual worlds and video games for ideas about more contemporary modes of spatial interaction and depth.

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  • Dissolving Dimension
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    DISSOLVING DIMENSION – SETH SCANTLEN – SOLO EXHIBITION

    August 6th-21st 12pm-6pm Wednesday-Sunday

    CHASHAMA 217 GALLERY
    217 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    (in between 2nd & 3rd Ave.)

    press release: chashama is pleased to announce Dissolving Dimension, an exhibit at chashama 217 by Seth Scantlen. Scantlen uses paint as his medium to express the fluidity of identity. Representation and abstraction flow together, seamlessly intermingling, in a state of constant flux. He explores both the terror and joy that comes with identity’s meltdown.

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  • recent work
    new york NEW YORK

    wired: Tom Shannon’s paintings bustle with life — neon polymers suggest rampant vines, moist lips, and teeming coral reefs. But the multimedia artist generates these complex forms with a simple machine, a pendulum of his own design that swings over the canvas, releasing pigment from six radio-controlled paint guns. “The process is full of surprises,” the 62-year-old artist says. “The pendulum lets me step outside to observe nature as it produces layer after layer of detail.”

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  • recent work
    CHINA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    zhou FAN: A series of my paintings is based on dreams that I had as a child of many many jellyfish floating in the sky, some of which fell to the ground on parachures and became mushrooms. These dreams had a strong impact on me, and I remember them vividly. Somehow I feel that it is easier to focus on dreams than reality. In one particular painting, there is a boy crying because he keeps things within him, is easily sad, and he refuses to face reality.

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  • dig

    dig
    victoria AUSTRAILIA

    suckerPUNCH:describe your project

    luke HALLAM : A series of paintings depicting the often oversized machinery, used in the the extraction of natural resources from the earth.

    image: Wonder Wheel, airbrushed ink and acrylic on canvas

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  • electric dome
    oslo NORWAY

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    javier BARRIOS: “electric dome” is a project that very much relates to science fiction where i have thought of the human evolution and questioning its future existence on this planet. as good science fiction there is a bit of utopia in the project, but still it does not make it irrelevant as many of modern technological advances in the last years has been with the aim to prepare humankind for change of habitat in the near future, more specific in space.

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  • undergrowth
    new york NEW YORK

    jennifer COATES’ vividly colored, metaphysical paintings utilize the conventions of landscape as an anchor for hallucinatory visions that reference the mind and the body simultaneously. expanses of sky or sea coalesce into pools of thought-like reflection; clouds of geometry warp into an ecstatic vortex; horizons fissure and swell like skin; and intricate vines tangle into knots of energized ganglia. coates contrasts an atmospheric radiance with meticulous detail, iconic directness with allusive abstraction. varied painterly approaches are positioned against each other to create a disjunctive but idealistic experience of place.

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