Tiffany Bozic’s wildly successful solo exhibition
Qualia is certainly the artist’s strongest work-to-date. Having
worked with Bozic for many years, it has been a pleasure to see the
artist’s immense talent evolve to where it is today. Just over a week
shy of the closing date, Bozic has returned from an
incredible expedition to Namibia—a trip we're sure will be the
inspiring beginning of more, beautiful work to come.
If you can't make the final week for this exhibition, please enjoy some of these
installation views on our website.
LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION
Alfred Steiner's inaugural exhibition
with the gallery certainly packed a punch both visually and
conceptually. Many enjoyable hours have been spent guessing the iconic
source images of these detailed watercolors. Please enjoy
installation images of the exhibition.
On a more serious note, Likelihood
of Confusionhas offered a truly insightful look into
the fascinating and complex world of intellectual property. If you'd
like some extended reading on Steiner's engaging body of work, head over
Cool Hunting for their wonderful feature on the show.
YOUR FAVORITE ARTIST'S FAVORITE ARTIST
David Shrigley, Untitled (I Steal), 2012 | Ink on Paper, 11.75 x 8.25 inches
It's hard to believe we're already
nearing the end of 2014! Concluding our program for the year, Joshua
Liner Gallery is excited to present the artist curated group show:
Favorite Artist's Favorite Artist. Featuring artists exhibited
this year and forthcoming in 2015, each gallery artist has selected to
show alongside a creative individual whom they admire. On view from November 20 to December 20, this eclectic and
diverse exhibition of work is a reflection of a vibrant 2014 and offers a fresh outlook for the coming year.
Your Favorite Artist's Favorite Artist is an intimate look into
some of the artists that you admire. Perhaps in an algebraic property
of equality, their favorite artist will be yours, too.
Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, November 20 from 6–8PM. Many of the artists exhibited will be in attendance to celebrate the occasion.
Joshua Liner Gallery
Stephen Powers recently gave a talk on
his transition from a young graffiti writer to established artist, and
the trials and successes of the popular Love Letter series. The talk is
one of a series of lectures put on by
Creative Mornings, held at MoMa.
Serena Mitnik-Miller's beautiful signature watercolors were recently on view at her solo exhibitionwithCurator's Cube in Tokyo, Japan. The solo show, entitled
WATERCOLOR, was accompanied by a pop up version of Mitnik-Miller's charming General Store.
December 9th at the
Japan Foundation in London, Riusuke Fukahori will host an artist
talk, discussing his intricate practice and goldfish inspiration. He'll
also be giving a live-painting demonstration, so be sure to reserve a
seat if you're in the area.
Geoff McFetridge's creative projects are becoming increasingly diverse. Never ceasing to amaze, McFetridge recently created an
animation for Patagonia to promote awareness of the brand's humane process of obtaining goose down.