Opens Saturday, November 13 at Carol Corey Fine Art
Think Twice is a group exhibition of works by gallery and invited artists. The works will be hung in pairs, to give a sense of context and comparison. The show will include Elise Ansel, Dozier Bell, Dina Brodsky, Roz Chast, Emily Eveleth, JC Fontanive, Andy Harper, Matthias Meyer, David Morrison, James Mullen, Kelly Leahy Radding, Shelley Reed, and Mia Rosenthal.
Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 11 to 5:30 pm
David Konigsberg "Equilibria" New Paintings
November 27 - January 23
Reception for the Artist: November 27th, 4 - 6 pm - Public Invited
The paintings in this exhibition represent three equal movements: figurative, architectural, floral. These three painting motifs are constants Konigsberg’s work spanning several decades of his studio practice and embody concepts important to him. Through his sustained engagement, Konigsberg explores and expands concepts of the physical body and the human condition, the grandness of mass and form, and the comfort of nature domesticated. Working with equal engagement and rigor each painting is a question and a response. Taken as a whole, the body of work in this exhibition suggests a personal rhythm - a way of fitting into the world writ large, and of quotidian life, with awe and humility in equal measures.
Gallery Hours: Kent, CT: Thursday - Saturday, 11:00 - 5:30 and Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 And by appointment
Kenise Barnes Fine Art
You are cordially invited to visit the gallery to view the latest installation - “In Conversation With David Shrigley".
Internationally-renowned David Shrigley (born 1968) is a British visual artist living and working in Brighton, England. His work is interspersed with witty observations and commentary that satirizes everyday life and awkward interactions. He attended the Glasgow School of Art and was nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize Award in 2013 following a major mid-career retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London. His work is in many private collections as well as museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh.
The show comprises eight works by the artist each paired up, or "in conversation", with work by another leading contemporary artist. The other artists are Alex Katz, Susumu Kamijo, Ryan McGinley, Mickalene Thomas, Deborah Kass, William Wegman, Daniel Arsham, and Alessandro Raho.
Gallery Hours: Saturdays 11 am - 5 pm and Sundays 12 pm - 5 pm.
After 15 years, Rob Ober has decided to close his gallery to focus on his own art. Lev Meshberg paintings will be his final exhibition.
Rob said recently, "This was not an easy decision but it's the right one. I cannot juggle it all anymore! When I opened 15 years ago, I wanted to give my attention to Russian artists that I loved. I showed works by Malevich, Popova, Kabakov, Roginsky, Yankilevsky and many others. Three years after opening the gallery, my focus shifted to showcasing works by artists Peter Acheson, Karen LeSage, Katherine Bradford, Brandan Cass, Brian Belott, Lance De Lose Reyes, Pam Glick and Robert Nava and many more. To all the visitors, collectors and most importantly artists, thank you for letting me be a part of your life."
The House of Books has moved into its new/old space at 10 N. Main Street in Kent, CT, and is stacked with more books, gifts, and an exciting new lineup of events. Their new location is adjacent to Wilson's Bakery & Cafe. So grab a book and head over to Wilson's to sit fireside with a great new read, a hot cup of Joe, and fresh pastry. What could be better? Click HERE or all their coming events.
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