Today, the notion of landscape is more expansive than it was for the pictorial realists of its history, and more contingent on subjective meaning. Similar to their predecessors, today’s landscape artists use their subject as a vehicle for interpreting reality, taking it apart and putting it back together again in a way that questions its significance and authenticity. The five contemporary artists included in Fault Lines thus connect their work to this history of landscape while also providing new contexts in which to view it and new processes and new media with which to create it. Click here for FULL PRESS RELEASE
Christy Gast, Carizozo Bone Yard, 2014 Cyanotype on linen, 32 x 49 inches
Jason Middlebrook Time Compression Keeps Me Coming Back for More, 2015 Acrylic on Maple, 27 x 23 x 1 1/5 inches
Kristine Moran, Woman into Wilderness 1, 2016 Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
Nick van Woert, Beer Bark (Party's Over), 2016 North American Pine, cast cat litter, mdf, stainless steel fr., 84 x 60 in.
Max Weber California Landscape, 1952 Oil on canvas, 19 1/4 x 28 in
Marguerite Zorach Jimtown - New England Village, 1915 oil on gesso board on panel, 12 x 16 inches
GP Presents, a contemporary curatorial/project-based exhibition program, is a new division of Gerald Peters Gallery, New York. The exhibition will be on view at 24 East 78th Street and continues through March 18th. For more information or images, please contact: Anna Ortt, Director, GP Presents - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-628-9760