If you are in Cincinnati area this month, we hope you can see Untitled (Poetry #98-1), an important early poetry painting by Pouran Jinchi, currently in “Collecting Calligraphy: Arts of the Islamic World” @cincyartmuseum, on view through January 27, 2019. Acquired from #artprojectsny for the museum’s permanent collection in 2017, Untitled (Poetry #98-1) is an excellent example of Jinchi’s early poetry paintings that incorporate abstract calligraphic marks against backgrounds of even hue and contain subtly etched inscriptions.
A sneak peek of “New Works” a group show of new and recent works by six artists opening February 9! Image: Seokmin Ko, White Flowers, archival pigment print. Limited-edition, sizes variable. #seokminko #artprojectsny
This year we celebrated the gallery’s 25th anniversary with a special group exhibition Blurred Horizons. Here is a quick look back at 2018 with some highlights. Wishing everyone a happy new year and looking forward to seeing you in 2019! #artprojectsny … 1. Blurred Horizons:Contemporary Landscapes, Real and Imagined. left-right: JAMES TURRELL, Aten Reign, RICHARD TSAO, Valley High, Valley Low, CLIFFORD ROSS, Hurricane LV, and MARY HEILMANN, Right. 2. POURAN JINCHI, Tajvid Paintings. 3. RICHARD TSAO, Round 82, 84. 4. IL LEE: The 90s. 5. FILIPE ROCHA DA SILVA, Fallen Tree.
LAST days to see Filipe Rocha da Silva #heretotheretextiledrawings, on view through December 15. Don’t miss! . . Ultimately it’s a quiet, kaleidoscopic drama that rules. Metaphors mix. In these textile images, the colored air is so thick it’s like walking through waist-high water. But it’s also like walking through a rainbow. Or a poem. ... You look down and see up, which, of course, is what happens with reflections of landscape details like overhanging branches on the surface of a pond. If fish flew and birds swam within a Rocha da Silva work, they’d get dizzy in slow motion and collide somewhere between underwater ripples and seductive skies. In his upside-down and sometimes sideways world, there are many moving targets for this high-reaching artist with dead-eye aim. From the catalogue essay by #BarryNemett . . #FilipeRochadaSilva, Reflections of Clouds and Fish in a Pond, 2016, wool and cotton on textile. #artprojectsny
LAST DAYS! Our current exhibition #FilipeRochadaSilva Here to There: Textile Drawings” is on view through December 15. Must see in person! #heretotheretextiledrawings #artprojectsny
Our best wishes for a wonderful holiday season! Our current exhibition #FilipeRochadaSilva #heretotheretextiledrawings will be on view through December 15. Must experience person and we look forward to seeing you! #artprojectsny
Flashback to exhibition #BlurredHorizons early this year featuring works by 12 artists including #SeokminKo #YojiroImasaka and #CatherineOpie shown here. #artprojectsny
Must see! Selected prints by gallery artists, including “Rectangle” series of monoprints by Richard Tsao, installed in our Viewing Room through December 22. ___ Shown here are Rectangle 20, Rectangle 9 and Rectangle 15 (oil on Stonehenge paper, each 10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches) by #RichardTsao. #artprojectsny
From the archive - “Blockparty” (2006) - an exhibition that brought the work of 25 artists and 42 designers, all Brooklyn-based, in a quintessential Brooklyn townhouse, curated by Elisabeth Akkerman, and featuring BL-073, a ballpoint on canvas painting by Il Lee. #illee #artprojectsny —— Photo by Jeffrey Sturges, courtesy of @artprojectsny