532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel


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Thomas Jaeckel   (Director)

Patrick Jaeckel   (Associate)

About

532 Gallery’s objective is to present fresh, vibrant works that capture the aesthetic dynamics of 21st century culture. The gallery represents a group of internationally established mid-career and emerging artists who are producing significant works of lasting value that explore, engage and resonate with contemporary visual culture. These artists work in a variety of styles and a range of media that includes painting, sculpture, photography, video and performance art.

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Gustavo Acosta  (+)

    Biography : Born in Havana, Cuba.1958. Studies: School of Visual Arts San Alejandro, Havana. Superior Institute of Art ( ISA ), Havana.

    Exhibition : 2017 "Inventory of Submissions" 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York 2016 “Paper Trail” Panamerican Art Projects. Miami. 2015 “Timeline” Latin American Masters. Santa Monica, California. 2014 “Space of Silence” Caixa Cultural. Sao Paulo, Brazil 2013 “Space of Silence” Caixa Cultural. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “There”, Panamerican Art Projects. Miami. 2012 “Duda”. Raymaluz Art Gallery. Madrid, Spain. “A Journal of References”. Frederic Boloix Fine Arts. Ketchum, Idaho. 2011 “Here”, Panamerican Art Projects. Miami. 2010 “Art of Illusion”. Latin American Masters. Santa Monica, California. “Gustavo Acosta” Frederic Boloix Fine Arts. Ketchum, Idaho. 2009 “The Time Machine”, Lile O. Reitzel Arte Contemporaneo. DR “Questions to the Mirror”, Museum of Contemporary Art. Panama. ”The Great Systems”. Panamerican Art Projects, Miami. 2008 “Hipotesis de la Locura”, Pan American Art Projects. Miami “Transit Zones”, Latin American Masters. Los Angeles, CA “Recent Works”, Pan American Art Projects. Dallas, TexaS “Temporary Current” Bentley Gallery. Phoenix, Arizona. 2007 “The News of the Day”, Alonso Art Gallery. Miami. 2006 “Los Juegos del Principe”, Nina Menocal Gallery. Mexico DF. 2005 “Empire of Dreams”, Latin American Masters. Los Angeles, CA

    Detailed Description : PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. La Habana, Cuba. Centro Wifredo Lam. La Habana, Cuba. Teatro Nacional. La Habana, Cuba. Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, MACG. Mexico City. Mexico. Museum of Contemporary Art. MOCA. Miami, USA. Diputación Provincial de Ciudad Real. Ciudad Real, Espana. Lowe Art Museum. Miami, USA. Cuban Heritage Collection. University of Miami. Miami USA Fort Lauderdale Art Museum. Fort Lauderdale, USA. Nassau County Museum of Art. New York, USA. Farber Collection. Museo de Arte Contemporaneo. Panama, Republic of Panama. The Lehigh University Art Galeries Teaching Collection. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA. University of Souththern California’s Fisher Museum of Art. USA. El Museo del Barrio. New York, USA. Frost Art Museum, Florida Internacional University. Miami USA. American Carrier College. Newport Beach, California.

  • Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas  (+)

    Biography : Rodríguez Cárdenas was born in 1962 in Sancti Spiritus, Villa Clara, and completed his arts studies in 1983 in Havana’s Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA). He formed part of the René Portocarrero workshop, where he began to make a name for himself in serigraphy, drawing and painting. He became a key figure in the resurgence of criticism and of the arts movement at the time. His participation played a decisive role in the birth of the provisional group. From among the imagery created in the late 1980s, which questioned and made ironic the “revolutionary” state slogans, some of Rodríguez Cárdenas's proposals became iconic representations of his generation such as his self-portrait featuring him bare-chested, the skin painted like a brick wall, on which the words ”I am my home” are written; from his neck hangs a skeleton with a comic blurb that reads “I do not exist, only my intention”. In Rodríguez Cárdenas’s work, parody, humor and caricature tend away from coarseness, although they may confront the audience with what is vulgar in a society in crisis. His work invites the spectator to question reality, to see beyond the world of the official word imposed by a system that had become senseless. More than anyone,[1] he suffered censorship. In his case, it was not a conjured-up badge of honor that he pinned on himself to face banishment from his country. From the time after he went into exile in Mexico in the early 1990s until he finally settled in New York, he focused his art, without renouncing his previous commitments, on the artistic quality of his subjects, of this designs. His art imparted his compositions with even more of their own particular, distinctive character than before. During the next few years, Rodríguez Cárdenas held solo exhibits at Obra Reciente, Galeria Nina Menocal, Mexico; D.F., Carlos Cardenas, Galeria Ramis F. Barquet in Monterrey, Mexico; and, in 1993, About the Blue Wall, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Coral Gables, Florid

    Exhibition : Rodríguez Cárdenas held solo exhibits at Obra Reciente, Galeria Nina Menocal, Mexico; D.F., Carlos Cardenas, Galeria Ramis F. Barquet in Monterrey, Mexico; and, in 1993, About the Blue Wall, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida; and ARCO 93 International Art Fair, Madrid, Spain; and Pinturas, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Coral Gables.

  • Diana Copperwhite  (+)

    Biography : 1999-2000 Winchester School of Art and Design, Barcelona, MA European Fine Art 1992-94 National College of Art & Design, BA Hons painting 1987-92 Limerick School of Art & Design, NCEA Diploma Painting

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2017 Crooked Orbit, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin 2016 Depend on the Morning Sun 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York 2015 A Million and One things Under the Sun,Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin 2014 Shadowland,532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York 2013 Loose Ends, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York Solo Booth at VOLTANY , New York 2011 An Island from the day before, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin 2009 perfect near miss, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin Eclipse of a title, Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery, Drogheda * Eclipse of a title, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris * 2008 eclipse of a title, West Cork Arts Centre 2007 BLIND SPOT, Limerick City Art Gallery * 2006 In a certain light, Kevin Kavanagh , Dublin * 2005 Midnight, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin 2001 Galleri Kakelhallen, Aland, Finland * 2000 Panorama Gallery, Winchester School of Art, Barcelona 1998 Rubicon Gallery, Dublin 1996 Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin

    Detailed Description : Diana Copperwhite lives and works in Dublin. In 2012 she was a resident artist at the Josef Albers Foundation Connecticut, USA. She was a finalist in the Guasch Coranty Fundacio Painting Prize, Centre Cultural Metropolita Tecia Sala, Barcelona (2008) and was winner of the AIB Art Prize (2007). Her work is in public collections including: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Arts Council of Ireland, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Office of Public Works, Contemporary Irish Art Society, Mariehamn Stadbiblioteque, International Red Cross Netherlands, and private collections in the USA, Australia and Europe.

  • Susana Guerrero  (+)

    Biography : Susana Guerrero is a Fine Arts PHD, Miguel Hernandez University, Elche, Spain (2012). She received an Advanced Studies Award (D.E.A.), Miguel Hernandez University, Elche (2007), and graduated Sculpture and Print, Polytechnic University in Valencia, Spain (1996-1997). She was granted Fellowships from: Project LLP-Erasmus, Academia Belle Arti di Macerata, Italia (2004); Artist Residency in Lithography at Münchner Kunstlerhaus, Munich, Germany (2004); Ceramic Fellowship LABORATORIO DE FORMA, Empresa Grupo Sargadelos, Cervo, Lugo (2003); Program of Artistic Residency from Mexican Government thru Mexican Institute of International Cooperation from Foreign Affairs of Mexico, run by Gilberto Aceves Navarro (2002); Program of Artistic Residency from Mexican Government thru Mexican Institute of International Cooperation from Foreign Affairs of Mexico, National School of Fine Arts, México (2000); PROMOE, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Centro de Extension Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico (1997); ERASMUS Anotati Scholi Kalin Tehnon, Athens, Greece (1995).

    Exhibition : 2013 LECHE NEGRA. MANANTIAL DE MUERTE. Las Cigarreras Contemporary Art Center, Alicante, Spain. PARA LLAMAR A LAS FUERZAS. Punto Rojo Gallery, Granada, Spain. A MÍLAS FUERZAS. El Tragaluz Gallery, Granada, Spain. FESTIVAL MIRADAS DE MUJERES. Las Cigarreras Contemporary Art Center, Alicante, Spain. 2011 A MI LAS FUERZAS. El Viajero Alado Gallery, Lebrija, Sevilla, Spain. 2009 PARA LLAMAR A LAS FUERZAS. Atrio de los Bambús Gallery, Palau de la Música, Valencia, Spain.* 2008 EL ALIENTO. Fundación ARTSUR, Madrid, Spain. 2006 DIE STÄRKEE; LAS FUERZAS. Deposito 14 Gallery, Madrid, Spain. LAS FUERZAS. Elche Contemporary Art Museum, Spain.* 2005 NO SE SI CORTARME LA CABEZA. Espacio BOP Gallery, Madrid, Spain. LOS LEONES BLANCOS NUNCA ATACAN. Aural Gallery, Alicante, Spain. 2004 DIE STÄRKEE, Kunstlerhaus, Munich, Germany*. ¡NO ME CORTES LA CABEZA!, CAM, Elche Alicante , Spain *. ¡NO ME CORTES LA CABEZA!, Charpa Gallery, Valencia, Spain. DE CÓMO CRECIERON LAS ESPINAS. Hotel Prince Park, Benidorm, Alicante 2003 Congress Palace of Elche, Elche, Alicante, Spain. 2002 NARICES CORTAS, CHISMES MUCHOS, CHILES SECOS, MENTIRAS BRILLOSAS. Punto y Línea Gallery, Oaxaca, México. DE CÓMO CRECIERON LAS ESPINAS. Municipal Art Center of Mislata, Valencia, Spain.* CÓMO TE GUSTARÍA QUE FUERA TU CAMA?. Centro 14 Gallery, Alicante, Spain.* 2001 INAUGURACIÓN. Gallery Aural. Alicante, Spain. A MI CAMISÓN LE CRECIERON ESPINAS. Gallery Dipósit 19, Alicante, Spain. 2000 MI CAMA. Casa del Lago del Bosque de Chapultepec Gallery, México D.F. MI CAMA EN MEZQUITE 7. Casa Borda, Taxco de Alarcón, Guerrero, México. 1999 DELICIAS 23; MI CAMA. Cultural Center Alfas del Pi, Alicante, Spain. MI CAMA. Cultural Center C.M. de las Dehesillas, Leganés, Madrid, Spain. 1998 DELICIAS 23. Cultural Center, Casa Borda, Taxco de Alarcón, Guerrero, México. 1997 DELFOS. Cultural Center U.D.E.S. de B.B.A.A. Atenas, Greek. 1996 MI CAMA. Gallery Tintorera, Jávea, Valencia, Spain.

    Detailed Description : Through her inventions, Susana Guerrero is set upon taking up themes of mythology and utopia (mythopia), bringing together a genealogy of the materials, an anthropology of human experience, guided by the murmur of a dream. She allows a perceptual interpretation of a different kind. Many of Guerrero’s artworks evoke a contemporary mythology that puts on the same plane the visible physical reality, the substance of dreams and the subconscious, the hidden reality. There’s a kind of reformulation of ancient mythologies, constituting personal thoughts of the sacred through mythical stories, traditions and legends, superstitions and intuitive revelations. In the process of making the artwork, Guerrero reveals a binding ritual. The choice of every material, the configuration of every shape, of every element, brings a poetic meaning and symbolism to her artwork.

  • Ian Hughes

    Biography : 1984 -1986 M.F.A Columbia University School of Arts, Division of Painting and Sculpture, New York, NY 1976 - 1981 B.A Yale University, New Haven, CT Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Art William Clyde DeVane Prize Recipient 1980 Yale Summer School of Art at Norfolk, Norfolk, CT Ellen Stoeckel Battel Fellowship Recipient

  • Julie Langsam  (+)

    Biography : Queens College, CUNY, MFA Pratt Institute, Graduate Fine Arts Program Purchase College, SUNY, BFA

    Exhibition : 2013 Julie Langsam: Now(here), 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, 2013 NY Buildings & Blueprints, Espai 8, Barcelona, Spain 2012 Floor Plan Prototypes, Reykjavik Art Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland 2008 Of Other Spaces, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue) 2005 From Here to Modernity, Michael Steinberg Fine Art, New York, NY 2002 Julie Langsam: House Paintings, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art/MOCA Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

    Detailed Description : Joseph F. Motto Endowed Chair, Cleveland Institute of Art, 2007-2009 Faculty Development Award, Cleveland Institute of Art, 2007 Northern Ohio Live Award for Excellence in Arts Programming, Kacalieff Lecture Series, 2006 Faculty Development Award, Cleveland Institute of Art, 2007 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 1994

  • Nadja Verena Marcin  (+)

    Biography : 2010 MFA, Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, USA 2008 Independent Studies with John Bock, Berlin, Germany 2007 Diploma with honors, Visual Arts, Academy of Fine Arts, Münster, Germany Living and working in New York and Nordrhine-Westphalia

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS-SOLO PERFORMANCES 2016 Cinema Pirata, SOHO 20 Gallery, Brooklyn, USA (S) 2015 01111010 01100101 01110010 01101111 01100111 01110010 01100001 01110110 01101001 01110100 01111001, Galerie Esther Donatz, Munich, Germany (S) 2014 La Mujer, GOETHE Center, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia (P) 2014 Zero Gravity, Kunstverein Unna, Unna, Germany (S) 2013 Zero Gravity, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, USA (S) 2013 Award for Art and Language, Kulturstiftung Sparkasse UnnaKamen, Unna, Germany (S) 2012 Action Manual Vol. I, Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund, Germany, curated by Sandra Dichtl (S) 2012 Action Manual Vol. II, Orangerie at Schloss Rheda and Werkstatt Bleichhäuschen, Rheda Wiedenbrück, Germany, curated by Melanie Körkemeier (S) SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS & PERFORMANCES 2016 Deep Inside - 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Trekhgornaya Manufactory, Moscow, Russia, curated by Nadim Samman (G upcoming) Video Shop, NADA art fair, Kunstraum LLC, New York, USA (G upcoming) 4to Festival de Performance Cimientos, Centro Patino, Cochabamba, Bolivia, kuratiert von Rodrigo Rada und Alejandra Dorado (G up.) Transmission, Bagkeion building, in context of the Athens Biennale, Athens, Greece (G) Embrace, Kunstraum, Brooklyn, USA, curated by Jessica Holburn (G) 2015 Le Fruit defend, Galerie du Beffroi, Namur, Belgium (G) Narcissist Ball: In the garden of early delights, BOFFO & Paddle 8, New York (G) Call of the Wild: Pioneers, Rebels and Heroines, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, USA (P) GlobalDraw Project, Oude Stadsgalerij in Heerlen, Netherlands (G) Woman. Equal and Different, Festarte Videoart Festival, Space On Art, Rome (Sc) 2014 DEW21 Kunstpreis, Museum für Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte, Dortmund, Germany (G) BORG Biennale, Antwerp, Belgium (G) Research/ Presentation, KIOSKO Galeria, Santa Cruz, Bolivia (S) The Last Bruciennale, 837 Washington Street, New York, curated by BHQFU & Julian Schnabel (G) FEARFULAWESOME - Ecstasy, death and re

    Detailed Description : Nadja Verena Marcin is a performance and media artist who focuses on human behavior, elemental emotions and psychological responses linked to role-playing through video, performance and photography. Inflated by playful, vigorous images, poetical texts, and handmade props, her work exposes ambiguities depicting the constructive/deconstructive potential of man’s characteristic, often dialectic behavior. Marcin confronts elemental emotions and unleashes psychological mechanism, exposing truths about morals, history, gender and politics inherent in Western culture.

  • RIME MSK  (+)

    Exhibition : "CODE" 2018 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

  • John Alexander Parks  (+)

    Biography : 1973 - 76 M.A.(R.C.A.) in Painting, Royal College of Art. London, England. 1970 - 73 B.A. in Fine Art, Hull College of Art. Hull, England. Awards 1985 National Endowment for the Arts Grant. 1974 British Institute Award for Figurative Painting. 1974 Scholarship to Skowhegan School of Art, Maine. 1974 Fullbright Travel Grant.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2008 Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester VT 2005 Allan Stone Gallery, New York 2005 Mabbettsville Gallery, New York 2002 Cricket Hill Gallery, New York 2002 Paul Smith, New York 1992 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York. 1991 Louis Newman Gallery, Beverly Hills. 1990 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York. 1987 Allan Stone Gallery, New York. 1984 Allan Stone Gallery, New York. 1982 Allan Stone Gallery, New York. 1979 Segal Gallery, Boston. 1977 Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Selected Group Exhibitions 2011 Made in the UK. Contemporary British Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design. 2008 Chicago International Art Fair 2007 Art Basel Miami Beach 2006 Art Basel Miami Beach 2006 Armory Show, New York 2004 "Group" Allan Stone Gallery, New York 2000 "Forty Years" Allan Stone Gallery, New York. 2000 "New Realism" Jenkins-Johnson Gallery, San Francisco. 1999 "Landscapes" Allan Stone Gallery, New York. Exhibition including work by de Kooning, Wayne Thiebaud, Franz Kline, Richard Estes and others. 1998 "London/Paris/New York" at the Beadleston Gallery, New York. An exhibition of cityscapes including work by Monet, Pissaro, Bonnard, Stuart Davis and others. 1996 Allan Stone Gallery, New York. 1995 Allan Stone Gallery. 1994 Hollis Taggart Gallery, Washington DC. 1993 Gerold Wunderlich Gallery, New York. 1988 Chicago International Art Exposition. 1987 Duke University, Durham, NC. 1983 Kornblee Gallery, New York. 1972 Royal Academy, London.

    Detailed Description : John A. Parks is a painter who has shown widely in the US and England over the last thirty years. His work is represented in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Royal College of Art Collection, the Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design and many private collections. He is a member of the faculty of the School of Visual Arts in New York. Beginning with his meticulous but lyrical realist paintings in the late seventies Parks has concentrated on themes of English life and the broader issue of the relationship between personal and national identity. A long series of delicately romantic paintings in the eighties explored the English obsession with the transformational properties of gardening and landscaping. In the late eighties and nineties Parks shifted his attention to British public imagery where he applied a whimsical, playful and sometimes alarming painterly attack to undermine and decode some of the nation’s most preciously held icons. For the last several years Parks has been using a finger painting technique – literally painting with his fingers – to explore the imagery that occupied his imagination as a child. Paintings of trains, hunting scenes and monuments have recently been superseded my images of schoolyards and the pursuits of boyhood – cycling, exploring, fighting and camaraderie. “The recent work is all executed from memory,” says Parks. “And in using finger painting I’m using a childish method to explore childish things. For all that, these are far from childish paintings. I’m amazed at the rich surfaces and evocative properties of the pictures I’m able to make this way. They are starting to feel like the very stuff of memory. I’ve never been more excited about what I’m doing.”

  • Elio Rodriguez  (+)

    Biography : ACADEMICS STUDIES 1989 Higher Institute of Art (ISA), Havana, Cuba. 1984 San Alejandro Art Academic, Havana, Cuba. RESIDENCIES 2015 Hutchins Fellowship, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA. 2010 Artist in Residency. Mattress Factory Art Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. USA. 2003 Artist in Residency. El Museo Diego Rivera & Francisco Oller, Buffalo, NY, USA. 2002 Guest Professor. Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, USA. Guest Artist. Ceramic Workshop. Harvard University. Boston, USA.

    Exhibition : SOLO SHOWS 2014 "Presión Contenida" Gallery Charpa, Valencia, Spain. "Corridas y Venidas" Breese Little Gallery, London, United Kingdom. 2012 "Selva en las Paredes" Pumps Project, Contemporary Art Center "Las Cigarreras", Alicante, Spain. "Carnival/Cannival" Elio Rodriguez and Douglas Perez. Breese Little Gallery, London, United Kingdom 2009 "Ceiba Negra" L´Escorxador, Elche, Alicante, Spain 2007 "Remakes" Frick Fine Arts Gallery. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. USA. 2006 "Elio Rodríguez/Mayra Alpizar" Cervantes Institute. London, United Kingdom. "Ceiba" (with Susana Guerrero) IX Havana Biennial. Provincial Center of Art Gallery, Havana, Cuba. 2005 "Remakes" Gallery 23 y 12, Havana, Cuba. 2003 "Quilts & co." Open Studio, VII Havana Biennial. Casa Gaia, Teniente Rey # 157, H. Vieja, Havana, Cuba. 2001 "El Macho: Made in Cuba" El Museo Diego Rivera & Francisco Oller, Buffalo, NY, USA. 2000 "Vogue" Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, Havana, Cuba. "Elio Rodríguez" UNEAC/ Nicolás Guillén Foundation, Havana, Cuba "Elio Rodríguez/René Peña" Galerie Winance-Sabre, Tournai, Belgium 1999 "Mulatisímas" La Casona Gallery, FCBC, Havana, Cuba. 1997 "La Gran Salsa" 23 y 12 Gallery, VI Havana Biennial Havana, Cuba. 1996 "Las Perlas de tu Boca" Gallery Serigraph Workshop, Havana, Cuba. 1995 "Paladares" Alternative Gallery “Espacio Estudio”, Havana, Cuba "Paladares" Student Union Gallery, Jersey City State University, NJ, USA. 1994 "Tropical" Gallery House of Young Creator, V Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba. "Recent Works" Arts Space Gallery, Jersey City State University, NJ, USA. 1993 "Morboutopías" Center of Development of Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba. 1991 "El Macho" Provincial Arts Center, Havana, Cuba. "¿Mami, qué será lo que quiere el negro?" Art Faculty Gallery, Havana University, Havana, Cuba

    Detailed Description : All my work in a general sense deals with the question of identity, understood as the system of judgments about a person, culture or phenomenon. This question is generally treated from the prism of Caribbean popular culture, using the humor and elements of this culture, and such cliches formed about the culture, that when it comes from them, it builds images that simultaneously incarnate that reality, and question it. The ambivalence of genres is also a topic that is near to me, a game of illusions with the spectator, the doubt in the identity of a concept or an image, the phenomena that pretend to be one thing, but that are really something else or both at the same time. Although my work has a conceptual root, where the idea conditions formal elements; the sensory sense, the sensations that emanate from the forms of my work are fundamental to them. In my artwork I am used to working with different media depending on how interested I am: painting, installations, sculptures, prints, ceramics; this, however, has been associated generally with the soft sculpture (sewn and stuffed fabrics), a technique that brings me closer to the craftwork of the popular cultures of the Caribbean, incorporating real chosen objects.

  • Danny Rolph  (+)

    Exhibition : 2018 'WCW' Thomas Jaeckel, New York, USA 2015 'Recollection', 532 Gallery, New York, USA 2014 'Paradiso', Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 2013 'ESAD atelier', ESAD, Grenoble, Valence, France 2012 'Duke of Burgundy', Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 'Kissing balloons in the jungle', Poppy Sebire Gallery, London 2011 'Ten minutes from now', Eden Rock Gallery, St.Barts, Caribbean 2010 'Multiverse', Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 'Brasilia', Koraalberg Gallery , Antwerp, Belgium 'Automatic Shoes', Poppy Sebire Gallery, London 'VOLTA 6', New York, USA 2009 'Simultaneous Dreams', AR/Contemporary, Milan, Italy 'Accelerator', Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 2008 'Jackson', AR/Contemporary, Milan, Italy 2007 'Happenstance' AR/Contemporary, Milan, Italy 'Singularity' Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 2006 'There is no such thing as pure', Hales Gallery, London 'Hinterland', Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston, USA 2005 'Obstraction', AR/Contemporary, Milan, Italy 'Rutherford', Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall 2002 'Locations', Chapter, Cardiff 2001 'Famous Italians', Hales Gallery, London 1999 'YK', Mark, Oxo Tower, London 1996 'FOCUS', Paton Gallery, London 1995 Cultural Instructions, London

    Detailed Description : Danny Rolph has an MA in painting from the Royal College of Art, London and was awarded the Rome Scholarship at the British School at Rome. He is a professor of Fine Art at Bucks New University and is a visiting lecturer at the Royal Academy Schools, London. His work is represented in many international collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Tate Gallery, London.

  • Piers Secunda  (+)

    Biography : Born London 1976 Education 1995-1998 BA Painting, Chelsea College Of Art, London 1994-1995 Foundation, Surrey Institute Of Art, Farnham

    Exhibition : Selected exhibitions including solo projects: 2017 Isis Bullet Holes Paintings, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York City 2016 Perfectionism III. ColArt, London 2016 Pergamon Alterations. New York University, Faculty of Fine Arts, New York University (Solo show) 2016 Engines and Panoramas. Bermondsey Project Space, London. (Solo show +Catalogue) 2015 Raw: Word And Image. Space 776, Brooklyn, New York 2015 Community Hospital. WhyWhyArt. Shanghai 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. Spring Studios, New York (work donated as best documentary award) 2015 Archived Oil. David Krut Projects, New York. (Solo show) 2014 The Rise Of Oil. Jessica Carlisle Gallery, London. (Solo show) 2014 The Social Bases of Abstraction. UpDown Gallery, Ramsgate. Curated by Ben Weidel Kaufmann 2014 Art Asia in London Fair. Guus Roell Fine Art, Maastricht. 2014 War Stories. William Holman Gallery, NYC. Curated by Anthony Haden-Guest 2014 Art14. UpDown Gallery, Olympia, London. 2013 One. UpDown Gallery, Ramsgate. 2013 Winter Exhibition. Small Works Gallery, Brisbane, Australia. 2013 Piers Secunda: A Retrospective. UpDown Gallery, Ramsgate (Retrospective show +Catalogue) 2013 Taliban Paintings. Kuub Kulture Space, Utrecht, Holland. (Solo show) 2013 W-A-R. Jacob’s Island Gallery, London 2013 Let Me Introduce… UpDown Gallery, Ramsgate 2012 Black Gold. Vegas Gallery, London 2012 The Materiality of Paint. Fine Art Society, London 2012 Taliban Bullet Holes. Small Works Brisbane, Australia (Solo show) 2012 Piers Secunda. Kuub Kulture Space, Utrecht, Holland (Solo show) 2012 L&M Arts. Hong Kong Fair 2012 Taliban Bullet Holes. YK Art, Moganshan Rd, Shanghai (Solo show) 2012 Paradox, The Limits of Liberty. Castrum Peregrini, Amsterdam 2012 No One To Hear You Scream. Saamlung Gallery, Hong Kong 2012 Immortal Nature. Edel Assanti, London. Curated by Gordon Cheung 2011 Taliban Reliefs and Crude Oil Silkscreens. Aubin Gallery, London (Solo show). (Catalogue) 2011 Signal8. Cat Street Gallery, H

  • Tanja Selzer  (+)

    Biography : studies at the University of Applied Sciences / Department of Design in Hamburg/Germany Lives in Berlin since 2003

    Exhibition : Solo shows 2011 „Unconditionally Love“ Muhlfeld Stohrer, Frankfurt / Main, Germany janinebeangallery,Berlin, Germany 2010 „Give Me Your Red“, Tanja Selzer, janinebeangallery, Berlin, Germany Nothing happened, Muhlfeld Stohrer, Frankfurt / Main, Germany 2009 Surface, Verve Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2007 New Works, Galerie Andreas Engler, Berlin, Germany 2006 Full coverage, Gallery Andreas Engler, Berlin, Germany Group shows 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York City, USA 2011 WANTED, janinebeangallery, Berlin, Germany benefit - auction, auctioneer Simon de Pury (Phillips de Pury & Company) during Gallery Weekend at Literaturhaus Berlin, Germany "Kreaturen", Kunstverein Lemgo, Germany "Kreaturen", Galerie Bernau, Germany 2010 "NORDSCHAU_4 – Neue Blicke in die Kunstsammlung der HSH Nordbank", Hamburg, Germany Cafe Endlager, curated by Ralf Schmerberg, Stuttgart, Germany 2009 Idyllic abysses, Lucas Carrieri Gallery, Berlin, Germany 8 years gallery. Muhlfeld Stohrer, Frankfurt / Main, Germany Look North I - look at the art collection of HSH Nordbank, Hamburg, Germany 2008 artrmx cologne vol.01, Cologne, Germany 3rd Prize in the members Art Award 2008 / Special ART FAIR 21, Cologne, Germany 2005 Electric Ladyland, Umformwerk Bewag, Berlin, Germany Second Berlin art salon with Galerie Andreas Engler, Berlin, Germany fairs: 2011 Scope New York, janinebeangallery, Berlin, Germany 2010 art KARLSRUHE (art fair). Muhlfeld Stohrer, Karlsruhe, Germany Scope Basel, janinebeangallery, Berlin, Germany 2006 Zurich Art, Gallery Artdirekt, Zurich, Switzerland Works are in private and public collection Rusche SØR Collection, Berlin, Oelde Museum am Dom, Würzburg HSH Nordbank, Hamburg Sammlung Schirm Biergemann Collection

    Detailed Description : Tanja Selzer draws her motifs from the daily media-related flood of images as components of human seceneries, figures in wild natural spectacles or single persons and animals infront of or inside a natural background. She changes these images by composition, shift of colour and an ease of paint application, so they appear in the guise of a pretended, mostly idyllic scene.

  • Lien Truong  (+)

    Biography : Truong has exhibited her work at such institutions as the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC; the Oakland Museum of California; the Weatherspoon Museum; the North Carolina Museum of Art; and the Pennsylvania Academy of Art. She has participated in artist residencies at the Oakland Museum of California and the Marble House Project and has received reviews and mention in several publications including New American Paintings, ARTit Japan, and Art Asia Pacific. SELECT AWARDS | RESIDENCIES 2016 North Carolina Artist Fellowship, North Carolina Arts Council Artist-in-Residence, The Marble House Project, Dorset, Vermont 2015 Jimmy and Judy Cox Asia Initiative Award, Carolina Asia Center 2009 Outwin Boochever Portrait Finalist, National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC Ingrid Nickelson Artist Trust Grant 2003 Artist-in-Residence, Sweeney Granite Mountains Research Center, University of California at Riverside, Kelso, CA Artist-in-Residence, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland CA 2000 Jack and Gertrude Murphy Fine Arts Fellowship, The San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, CA PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Weatherspoon Art Museum North Carolina Museum of Art Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, in the Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women Post Vidai, Vietnam Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Vietnam Municipal Art Collection, City of Raleigh, NC Humboldt State University

    Exhibition : SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2018 In(di)visible, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, TX; Cameron Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC 2017 Translatio Imperii, Gutterbox Gallery, Raleigh, NC Digiscapes, Curated by Anthony Hamilton, Lump, Raleigh, NC Art on Paper, Curated by Emily Stamey, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC Objectifying Myself: Works by Women Artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, William Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT For Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Shimmer, Light and Design Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC 2016 Seeping of a Ghost, Gallery Bastejs, Riga, Latvia (solo) Musings on an Origin, Spectre Arts, Durham, NC Typecast, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC 2015 Heterotopias as Other, Nha San Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam (solo) 2014 The Orient, The Occident, Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (solo) Summer Shuffle: Contemporary Art @ PAFA Remixed, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts The Mother Load, The Center for Creative Connections, Dallas Museum of Art, TX 2013 Contemporary Vietnamerican Art, Maier Museum of Art, Lynchburg, VAThe Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, PA 2012 Alter/Altar: Meditations on the Past, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Art Center Collisions of Clamor and Calm, Galerie Quynh, HCMC, Vietnam Art HK 12, Hong Kong International Art Fair, with Galerie Quynh 2011 Bite Sized Monsters, Modern Eden, San Francisco, CA 2010 Twombly House/Ephemeral Museum, Portland, OR Outwin Boochever Portrait Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C 2009 Family Pictures, Root Division, San Francisco, CA 2008 In Transition Russia, Municipal Centre for Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, Russia 2007 House of Adoration, Galerie Quynh Contemporary

    Detailed Description : Lien Truong’s art boldly investigates ideological models of our history and culture. In her most recent works, she combines the Hudson River Valley School “western” landscape, gestural abstractions, cultural textile designs, and compositions from Asian war prints. She mixes layers of images and departs from a standard visual experience. Truong’s landscapes and figures, culled from the historic and recent past, present “narrative histories” through a type of blended painting. Truong (MFA, Mills College) currently lives and works in North Carolina.

  • Jose Vincench  (+)

    Biography : STUDIES ESTUDIOS 1992-1997 Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA), La Havana, Cuba. 1988-1992 Escuela de Nivel Medio Superior de Holguín, Cuba. 1985-1988 Escuela Elemental de Artes Plásticas de Holguín, Cuba.

    Exhibition : SOLO SHOWS EXPOSICIONES PERSONALES 2017 The Weight of Words: Golden Irony, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York. 2015 Cuestión de tiempo. Antonio Vidal - José Vincench. Galería Acacia. Havana. 2012 Open Studio. Havana. 2011 Vincench Vs Vincench. Galería Virginia Miller. Miami. La luz y la oscuridad. Havana Gallery, Zurich, Suiza. 2010 Estudio abierto. Estudio-Galería, La Havana, Cuba. 2009 Obra reciente. Estudio-Galería, La Havana, Cuba. 2007 Lo que te puedo decir. Galería 23 y 12, La Havana, Cuba. Rogación de cabeza. Casa Iberoamericana, Holguín, Cuba. Behind the abstract. Axis Contemporary Art, Calgary, Canadá. 2006 Realidades mágicas. Havana Gallery, Zurich, Suiza. Social y Religioso. Intervención en el estudio del artista, La Havana, Cuba. 2005 Una imagen vale más que mil palabras. Intervención en la casa del artista,La Havana, Cuba. 2003 Una cosa lleva a la otra. Galería Habana, La Havana, Cuba. 2002 Freezing Memories. dpm arte contemporáneo, Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2001 J. A. Vincench, MAM Gallery. Douala, Camerún. 2000 Ni es lo mismo ni es igual, Galería Habana. La Havana, Cuba. Desde el interior de la tierra, Havana Gallery. Zurich, Suiza. Desde el interior de la tierra, Centro Cultural de España. La Havana, Cuba. Desde el interior de la tierra, Galería Juan David. La Havana, Cuba. 1998 Obsesiones. Hacer de lo privado lo público, Centro Wifredo Lam. La Habana, Cuba. 1997 Acerca de lo privado y lo público, Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales. Havana, Cuba. 1996 Trabajo reciente. Raúl Cordero (fotografías) / José Ángel Vincench (instalaciones), Galería 23 y 12. La Havana, Cuba. 1992 Deconstrucción, Centro de Arte. Holguín, Cuba.

    Detailed Description : Vincench’s take on conceptual art is guided by issues that are relevant to Cuban social life and by his religious affiliation and political vision. The artist uses elements characteristic of religious Afro-Cuban rituals and breaks them down with graphic simplicity. Cuban and Caribbean art is typically spontaneous, emotional, and colorful; however, in the 1980s, the region’s politics changed radically, causing Cuban artists to reflect more on the cognitive rather than the aesthetic process of art making. Artists such as Vincench thus became increasingly introspective and critical, which has resulted in his more minimalist and abstract style. Cuban, b. 1973