Exhibitor listing


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CYNTHIA-REEVES represents an international roster of established, museum exhibiting artists who share a process-apparent sensibility in their art. We are committed to artwork that demonstrates an authentic voice, an innovative use of materials and an appreciation of the mark in diverse media: site-based installation, video, sculpture, painting and works on paper. A sub-text to the gallery’s program is artwork that provokes a discourse around the convergence of art and science, as well as our relationship to the natural world – a discourse essential to the examination of contemporary art and culture within the context of these broader challenges.

CYNTHIA-REEVES PROJECTS is a forum for off-site and collaborative projects done in concert with partner galleries and non-profit organizations, including museum exhibitions and other platforms that bring our artists’ works to the attention of a broader audience. Due to our strong focus on sculptural works, we are actively involved with public art projects in the United States and abroad, helping to facilitate installations of large-scale works in the public domain. Our most recent partners include The Hudson River Park Trust, the Union Square Association, and NYC Parks. As a way of expanding the gallery model, we initiated a number of innovative, off-site projects, which provide us the opportunity to curate significant exhibitions, and focus on specific and timely issues and/or artists’ works.

  • Cynthia Reeves Director/Owner

  • Kristen Jussila Gallery Assistant

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • JongRye Cha  (+)

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  • Jessica Drenk  (+)

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  • Elizabeth Billings

  • Dawn Black

  • Willard Boepple  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION 1963 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 1963-64 University of California at Berkeley 1967 Rhode Island of Design 1968 City College of The City University of New York. B.F.A. 1969-73 Assistant Faculty, Bennington College 1977-87 Faculty, School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 Maddox Arts, London “Willard Boepple: Sculpture” February 11 – April 18 2014 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, “Willard Boepple: Monoprints” November 13 - December 20 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, “Willard Boepple: Sculpture” November 13 - December 20 in conjunction with the launch of the Lund Humphries monograph, “The Sense of Things: Willard Boepple Sculpture” 2012 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York “New Sculpture” March 29 – April 28 Julian Scott Memorial Gallery, “Tower, Temple, Shelf, Room & Loom” Johnson State College, Johnson Vermont September 10-October 13 2011 Wynn Newhouse Prize Exhibition Palitz Gallery, Lubin House New York, April 4 – May 5 2010 The Century Association “Willard Boepple: Monoprints and Sculpture” April 6-May 6 2009 545 Madison Ave, New York “The Way Things Work” June 4-Ongoing 2008 Broadbent, London, New Sculpture, March 14-April 26 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, “Looms” November 19-January 3 2007 Maiden Lane Exhibition Space, ‘Room’ November 16-February 16 2006 London Art Fair, installation January 17-23 Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, “Willard Boepple Resin, Paper and Wood” October 26-December 9 2005 Broadbent, London, November 16–January 29 2005 2004 Salander O’Reilly, New York, June 2003 Broadbent, London, March 14-May 3. 2001 Broadbent, London, September 14-October 20. Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton Four Corners, Rhode Island. 2000 Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, New York. 1999 Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, New York, March 4-27. New York Studio School Gallery, New York, February 25-April 3. 1997 Tricia Collins - Grand Salon, New York, September 30 - October 25. 1995 Galerie du Tableau, Marseille, France, November. 1994 Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London, May 20 - June 25. 1993 André Emmerich Gallery, New York, June 3 - July 2. 1991 André Emmerich Gallery, New York, April 4-2 Francis Graham-Dixon Galle

  • David Burdeny

  • Shen Chen  (+)

    Biography : b. 1955, Shanghai, China EDUCATION 1990 MFA, Boston University, Massachusetts 1989 New York Studio School of Painting and Sculpture, New York 1988 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine 1982 BFA, Shanghai Academy of Theater, Shanghai 1978 Shanghai Art College, Shanghai

    Detailed Description : Shen Chen: A Predisposition for Abstraction By Jonathan Goodman Shen Chen has been making abstract paintings for many years now—he began in 1982, when he had just graduated with a B.F.A. from the Shanghai Academy of Theater. At the time his inspiration came from Chinese literati and ink paintings. While he had solo shows at the China National Museum of Art and Beijing Gallery, and during the 1980s participated in several underground movements and schools, Shen Chen still had not expanded his idiom to include influence from Western abstract painters—he simply did not have examples on hand. But then, in 1988, he received a fellowship from the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, which brought him to America. He also became an exchange student for the New York Studio School of Painting and Sculpture, after which he moved to Boston, where he finished his M.F.A. degree from Boston University in 1991. Once he got his master’s, Shen Chen decided to move to New York to continue his career in art. In many ways, Shen Chen is no longer only Chinese or American; instead, like many artists from foreign countries who live and work in New York, he sees himself as part of the international community that has developed in the city. In fact, he has said, “Living in New York, I don’t feel I am a foreigner.” His current painting reflects the Asian and Western influences he has exposed himself to: he says, “My works reflect mixed cultures, both classical Chinese painting—literati painting in particular—and Western art.” At the same time, he is quick to exclude himself from contemporary Chinese painting and new Western art, largely because he feels any genuine or avant-garde art must be international and transcend particular cultures. His new paintings demonstrate a fineness of hand that in fact cannot be culturally placed, even when they suggest an esthetic grounded in Western practitioners of abstraction such as Mark Rothko and Agnes Marti

  • Catherine Farish

  • Lianghong Feng  (+)

    Biography : 1962 Born in Shanghai, China    EDUCATION  1983 Shanghai Art & Design school, Shanghai, China.  1989 Central Academy of Art & Design, Beijing, China.  

    Detailed Description : Chinese artist Lianghong Feng's paintings synthesize influences from the New York School of Abstract Expressionism and those of ancient Chinese calligraphy. But they transcend mere fusion: Feng interprets the tropes of abstraction with a compositional savvy that elevates his works to a uniquely realized art. Feng says, “I must avoid my pre-existing knowledge and constructs, and enter my personal terra incognita.” Though he clearly channels the hands of 20th century abstract masters (and also cites urban graffiti as a primary painting inspiration), his spontaneity is honest and his language is his own. The images evoke ethereal landscapes, snatches of dreams, the beauty lurking in the countless corners of the urban environment.

  • Beth Ganz

    Biography : Beth Ganz’s new work is a response to her ongoing inquiry into topography, line, and the shapes that arise from the interstitial spaces. Her reliefs are depicted in both the negative and positive, in all the various techniques she employs: gravures, photography, line drawing, montage. A recent series of hand-painted maps interjects an element of historical exploration, and emphasizes the flux between the surface of the image and the photograph’s illusory depth. Each of her works is an invitation to a historical legacy, offering a window onto another world. Her images are both supported and disrupted by the play between negative and positive, surface and depth, landscape image and map-like painted detail. Her use of the fragile kozo paper in conjunction with the weight and mass of the topographies serves the artist’s intent well: the collaged reverse imagery becomes a finely honed dance of mirror-image shapes. Ganz has had several solo exhibitions in New York and through out the United States; her prints have been included in many group shows in the United States, England, Europe, and India, a country and a landscape that has become her muse and touchstone for the past decade.

  • Allison Gildersleeve  (+)

    Biography : BORN 1970 Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY EDUCATION 2004 M.F.A., Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 1993 Parsons School of Design, Paris, France 1992 B.A., College of William and Mary, BA, Williamsburg, VA 1989 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2015 Valley House Gallery, Closer Than They Appear, Dallas, TX 2014 CYNTHIA-REEVES Gallery, Walpole, NH Asya Geisberg Gallery, Elsewhere, New York, NY Robischon Gallery, Within Earshot, Denver, CO 2012 Galleri Andersson Sandström, Static Electric, Umeå, Sweden CYNTHIA-REEVES Gallery, Written Under, Hanover, NH Asya Geisberg Gallery, Let Me Show It To You Unfixed, New York, NY 2010 CYNTHIA-REEVES Gallery, Hanover, NH 2009 Galleri Andersson Sandström, The Here and Then, Umeå, Sweden Galleri Andersson Sandström, The Here and Then, Stockholm, Sweden 2007 Michael Steinberg Fine Art, Loss of Place, New York, NY 2005 650 Madison Ave Exhibition Program, New York, NY 2004 Supreme Trading, Brooklyn, NY 1998 Red Mill Gallery, Good Girl, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT SELECT TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2011 Johansson Projects, Bramblur: Katy Stone & Allison Gildersleeve, Oakland, CA 2010 Allegra Laviola Gallery, Eric Jeor & Allison Gildersleeve, New York, NY 2003 Ps122 Gallery, Allison Gildersleeve & Cynthia Innis, New York, NY 1999 Sarah Nightingale Gallery, Allison Gildersleeve & Carol Hinrichsen, Water Mill, NY SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2016 The Drawing Rooms, The Nature of Things, curated by Anne Trauben, Jersey City, NJ Galleri Andersson Sandström, 140 Artists-15 Years, Umeå, Sweden Sharon Arts Center, NHIA, Collaboration: The Artist and the Land, curated by Kate Lenahan, Peterborough, NH 2014 Valley House Gallery, 60TH Anniversary Show, Dallas, TX Valley House Gallery, Summer Cut, Dallas, TX Tomarps Kungsgård, Atelje Larsen, Kvidinge, Sweden 2013 Asya Geisberg Gallery, A.G.G.W.O.P., New York, NY Galleri Persson, Mästargrafik från Atelje Larsen, Malmö, Sweden 2012 Heiner Contemporary, Housebound, Washington, DC 2011 Dunkers Kulturhus, Under Great Pressure, Helsingborg, Sweden Storefront Gallery, Color Schemes, Brooklyn, NY Asya Geisberg Gallery, The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep, N

    Detailed Description : "These paintings are experiential landscapes, ones to be felt as well as seen. I paint these environments as they present themselves to me, not as unpopulated woodlands but as dynamic, ever changing places thick with anticipation, dread, happiness, calm. While the crux of this work is the notion that over time the presence of human emotion and activity animate a place, human figures are deliberately absent. There is no person or other identity to prevent the viewer from occupying that space with his or her own histories and projections." – Allison Gildersleeve Echoing and inspired by the formal languages of such contemporary painters as Terry Winters, Mamma Andersson and Amy Sillman, Allison Gildersleeve continues to bend the landscape genre into a different language -- a painting language -- that takes history, memory, and time all into account and turns them into tangible elements of her landscape. Gildersleeve achieves this synthesis by playing overtly with the canvas’ positive/ negative shapes, often beginning her paintings in black and white as she describes the clear shapes in each tangle of branches or the cross sections of stonewalls. The high density patterning serves a dual functionality: firstly, it flattens the painting, and puts the viewer’s gaze on the warp and weft of her composition; and secondly, it provides the artist with the intricate lacework through which she can weave her high pitch of color. Color also plays a pivotal role in Gildersleeve’s work, and she is not shy about how she uses it to great advantage. The pinks are unexpected, and shocking. The flat gray unusually creates negative space as it helps the composition describe an object. She comments, “I use color to weave the patterns together, create knots of lines that unravel in other parts of the paintings. From time to time, I am using black and white in order to strip down the paintings into pure pattern, shape, and line, and then building back on that platform, bri

  • Anita Glesta

  • John Grade  (+)

    Biography : 1970 Born: Minneapolis Resides Seattle Education Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. (B.F.A., 1992)

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2010 “Circuit”, CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY 2009 Fabrica, Brighton, UK.
 Public Installation, Bitterlake Reservoir, Seattle, WA.
 University Wyoming Gallery, Laramie, WY.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA.
 2008 Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA. Catalog. 
 Suyama Space, Seattle, WA. Catalog. 
 2007 Seattle Art Museum Gallery, Seattle, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2006 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA. 
 2005 King County Performance Network, King County, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2004 Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID. Catalog.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2003 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2002 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2000 Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR.
 King County Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2010 “Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts”, The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY 2009 Ballenglen Art Center, Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland.
 Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA.
 Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID.
 Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA. Catalog.
 2007 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA. Catalog.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2006 SPUR Projects, Portola Valley, CA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 Concord Art Association, Concord, MA. Catalog.
 John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI.
 Aqua Art, Miami, FL.
 2005 Bumbershoot Visual Arts Exhibition, Seattle Center, WA. Catalog.
 San Francisco International Art Exhibition, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA.

    Detailed Description : Grade's work overtly engages with its surrounding environments, both architectural and natural. When indoors, his work references built space. When presented outdoors, the work evolves materially. Weather patterns affect the work, and the exposed surfaces, evolve, disintegrate and morph into something new. Collector was installed in the Willapa Bay in Washington State as an oyster bed. During the piece's tenure in the bay, Grade continually tested the water quality; the waters in and around Seattle have been affected by pollution, which Grade called attention to with the work.

  • Thomas Jackson

  • Jaehyo Lee  (+)

    Biography : BORN 1965 Hapchen, Korea Lives and works in Seoul, Korea EDUCATION 1992 B.F.A in Plastic Arts, Hong-ik University

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2014 Gegjoo Literature House, Korea BUNDO Gallery, Korea M Art Center, Shanghai, China HADA Gallery, London, UK 2013 Lotus, Public Art Installation, CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, Union Square Triangle, NY Ever Harvest Art Gallery, Taiwan 2012 Sungkok Museum, Korea Albermarle Gallery, London, UK CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, ABC Stone, Brooklyn, NY 2011 “Objects”, Galerie Noordeinde, The Netherlands “Vuelta a la material”, Galeria Ethra, Mexico City, Mexico Albemarle Gallery, London, United Kingdom Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL, 2010 CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY Albemarle Gallery, London, UK Kwai Fung Gallery, Hong Kong 2009 Gallery Keumsan, Tokyo, Japan Albemarle Gallery, London , United Kingdom 2008 MANAS Art Center, Yangpyeong, Korea BUNDO Gallery, Daegu ,Korea DOSI Gallery, Seoul, Korea CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY 2007 Gallery Keumsan, Tokyo, Japan Gallery Artside, Beijing, China Gallery Keumsan, Seoul, Korea 2006 Gallery Marin, Korea 2005 Gallery Artside, , Jongno-gu, Korea 2003 Gallery Won, Korea 2001 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont 2000 Ilmin Museum of Art, Jongno-gu, Korea 1996 Museum of Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 “CRAFTED: Objects in Flux”, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA, USA Seattle Art Fair, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Seattle, WA, USA Art Central, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Hong Kong, PRC 2014 The Nature, Cyan Museum, Korea The Creation, Samtan Art Mine, Korea Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, CA Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco, CYNTHIA-REEVES, San Mateo, CA 2013 Art of Nature, Opera Gallery, Dubai, UAE The Wood of Tree, From Tree, Chung Kyi Museum Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL Hommage a Whanki, Whanki Museum, Seoul, South Korea Season of Sculpture, Sarasota, FL Art Toronto, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Contemporary Art in the Textbook, Aram Museum, Armenia Arts of Nature, Chae-Sung-Pil & Lee Jaehyo,

    Detailed Description : "JaeHyo Lee is so dedicated an artisan that his hand comes close to being anonymous. It is not so much that he is absent from his art as it is that he projects a thoroughgoing craft that builds on itself. Allowing the materials to speak to him, he builds self-containing worlds that mysteriously communicate with their outer surroundings…Texture is deeply important to Le, who emphasizes the facade of the wood, crosscut and planned to reveal the character of the grain. The surface thus reveals the character of its making, becoming indicative of the creative process and holding interest by itself. The double character of Lee’s work – the expressiveness of its exterior and its profound connection with the wooden environment from which it has come – tells a story in which the human element of wood is more or less excluded. Sufficed with brooding otherness, Lee’s sculptures do not engage in dialogue so much as they simply exist." – Sculpture Magazine JaeHyo Lee has been rethinking and re-envisioning use of quotidian materials for several decades. Rather than dismantling each sculptural component and creating a hybrid aesthetic, Lee’s works emphasize his materials’ essential nature. The trajectory of his current work reveals his refined approach to nature - muse to his ideological and spatial concerns. Those who make a hard living may be the ones that make this world a beautiful place. I certainly do not have the power to make the world beautiful; I just hope to reveal the beauty in what is usually unseen, but not unnoticed. A bent nail or a piece of stone, when closely examined, reveals an inherent beauty. I wish to express that beauty in unique ways. -- JaeHyo Lee Lee’s seminal 20’ sculpture, LOTUS, comprised of wood that is burned, shaped, and hand carved, is currently on view in INFLUX, a public art exhibition in downtown Providence in collaboration with The Avenue Concept and RISD Museum, through 2016. The artist originally debuted the scul

  • Lee Jung Woong

  • Oliver Marsden  (+)

    Biography : BORN 1973 United Kingdom Lives and works in Gloucestershire, UK EDUCATION 2007 Science Ltd., UK 1997 MFA Drawing & Paintings, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, UK 1995 B.A, Honors, 1st Class Drawing and Painting, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, UK

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 Galeria Hilario Galguera, Mexico City, Mexico 2014 Fade, Vigo, London, UK 2011 Cult, Vigo, London, UK 2009 In Praise of Light”, Koumi Machi Kougen Museum, Koumi, Japan 2008 Illuminieren, Galeria Hilario Galguera, Leipzig, Germany Chromatique, The Fine Art Society, London, UK Charis, Galerie Mourlot, New York, NY 2007 Visual Harmonics, The Fine Art Society, London, UK 2005 Sequence, The Blue Gallery, London, UK 2003 Re:action, The Hub, Edinburgh, UK 2001 Suffusion, The Blue Gallery, London, UK 2000 Code 000, The Blue Gallery, London, UK 1999 Amorphean, The Letham Gallery, Auckland, NZ SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2014 Proposals for the Era of Simulation, Galeriea Hilario Galguera, Mexico City, MX 2013 Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL Art Southampton, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Southampton, NY 2012 London Twelve Contemporary British Art, City Gallery Prague, Czech Republic 2012 Before You Leave, The Goods Shed Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK 2012 The Open West, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, UK 2010 Vida, Pasion y Muerte, Mexican Embassy, Berlin, Germany 2010 Re:public, Chelsea Futurespace, London, UK 2010 Eye Poppers Big and Bold, Kresge Art Museum, East Lansing, Michigan, USA 2010 Tondo, The Fine Art Society, London, UK 2009 Imperium, Galeria Hilario Galguera, Leipzig, Germany Keep Dark, Inaugural Exhibition, Dvorak Sec Contemporary Prague, Czech Republic Art and Science: CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY, USA 2008 INDEX 2 : Pulsión, Galeria Hilario Galguera, DF, Mexico Visual and Other Pleasures, The Illustration Gallery, Stroud, UK La Llegada De Los Pleasures, Galeria Hilario Galguera, Leipzig, Germany 2007 INDEX: Esperando A Los Bárbaros, Galeria Hilario Galguera, DF, Mexico Multiple Occupancy, Meantime, Cheltenham, UK Unfinished Symphony, Fine Art Society, London, UK Monochromed II: White Out, Fine Art Society, London, UK Darbyshires Prize, Stroud Museum, Gloucestershire, UK Five by Severn, The Wool Barn, F

    Detailed Description : "Oliver Marsden has been ‘freeing up’ – learning from paint – enjoying its liquid possibilities. His latest body of work shows evidence of a further development in his use of paintings as a way of focusing thought. He is demanding more of the medium, himself and the audience." – Colin Glen, Art Critic "Oliver Marsden is an artist who seems to make sculpture of paintings or sculptural paintings." – Damien Hirst, Artist Oliver Marsden's paintings play with color theory and harmonic resonance of color to create dynamic optical illusions. The paintings appear improbably kinetic, as if they are vibrating, expanding and contracting on and off the canvas's surface. Marsden varies the saturation and shade of a singular color to create his psychedelic bull's eye-like forms. The subtle tonal gradations hover, suggest depth, and play with the viewer's eye, creating a mesmerizing, pulsating work. Marsden first developed his circular motif, the "Harmonics" series, in 2005, in response to his study of water. The oil paintings radiate out from a central point much like water responds to a dropped pebble. He takes his titled literally; the paintings are harmonics, radiating discs. To create the paintings Marsden attaches his canvas to a homemade electrically powered machine with a spinning board. The artist attaches the canvas to the rotating board and places his brush on the canvas's surface, beginning in the center and working his way outward. For a young artist, Marsden's accomplishments are already impressive. He graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1997 and then worked as an assistant in Damien Hirst's studio. Marsden had his first solo exhibition in London at the prestigious Blue Gallery in 1998, at the age of 25. Since then he has regularly exhibited throughout the United Kingdom, along with exhibitions in Berlin, New York, Mexico City and most recently Koumi, Japan, where he completed a yearlong residency at the Horiuchi Studio. Following

  • Lloyd Martin  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION 1980 BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 “Interval” Stux+Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2013 Lloyd Martin “works on Paper”, Roshkowska Galleries Hudson, NY Lloyd Martin: Strata, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2012 Mettere, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2011 Interstices, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2010 Shift, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2008 Traverse, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2007 EM Bannister Gallery, RI College, Providence, RI Tracts, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Roshkowska Gallery, Windham, NY 2006 Finestrae, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY (Catalogue) 2005 Spheris Gallery, Walpole, NH Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Works on Paper, Roshkowska Gallery, Windham, NY 2004 Lloyd Martin Migrate, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI Lloyd Martin Paintings, Spheris Gallery, Bellows Falls, VT Roshkowska Gallery, Windham, NY 2003 Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Roshkowska Gallery, Windham, NY 2002 Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Lloyd Martin Paintings, Urban Shelter, Pawtucket, RI Spheris Gallery, Walpole, NH Abstract Events 2, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI 2001 Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2000 Abstract Events, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI 1998 Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI 1997 Trustman Gallery, Boston, MA 1993 Hunt Cavanaugh Gallery, Providence, RI 1991 Gallery One, School One, Providence, RI 1985 AS220 Gallery, Providence, RI 1981 Community College of Rhode Island, Warwick, RI SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 “Group Matrix” Stux+Haller New York,NY 2013 The Geometry of Longing Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2012 Concurrence, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Paper Rocks Scissors, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY 2011 Connections, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY A Collections Exhibition: Montford and Bannister, Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI Spectrum, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY Ten fro

  • Jennifer Moller

  • Michael Mulhern

  • Tomas Munita

  • Danielle Julian Norton

  • Soo Sunny Park  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION 2000 Artist Residency, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME 2000 MFA, Sculpture, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI 1998 BFA, Painting & Sculpture, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH

    Detailed Description : Soo Sunny Park, is known for creating otherworldly, immersive installations that transform their environments into seas of dancing light, reflection and shadow. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Soo Sunny Park received her BFA in painting and sculpture from Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio and a MFA in sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Park is a recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant; Grand Prize winner of the 19th Annual Michigan Fine Arts Competition; The Helen Foster Barnett Prize, National Academy Museum, New York; Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture residency, Skowhegan, Maine; Cité Internationale des Arts studio residency, Paris, France, and the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Arts & Literary Arts Residency, Bellagio, Italy. Her most recent installations are Capturing Resonance (2011–12), created with composer Spencer Topel for the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, Unwoven Light (2013) for Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas and an installation at at the New Britain Museum of Art (2014). Park lives and works in Hanover, New Hampshire, where she is Associate Professor of Studio Art at Dartmouth College.

  • Mabel Poblet  (+)

    Biography : Mabel Poblet Pujol, who is just 30 years old, is one of Cuba’s most exciting new artists. She graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts (the famous San Alejandro School) with highest honors. Her works are a close examination of her own short life – who she is, where she came from (an early series was called Lugar de Orígen / Place of Origin), her relationships with family, friends and lovers. Pujol’s work is intensely personal, even emotional, but it is never sentimental. The work is precise and carefully crafted. She apprenticed in a workshop for a year and a half started by Cuban installation artist Tania Bruguera that brought her together with many known artists. In one of the most important, a 2006 homage to the great Cuban painter Antonia Eirez at Havana’s Servando Gallery, she was the youngest artist whose participation was invited. Mabel Poblet Pujol was born in Cienfuegos in 1986 and currently lives and works in Havana. She graduated from the Higher Institute of Arts and the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts. Mabel has also taken part in the Behavioral Art Workshop directed by Cuban artist Tania Bruguera. In 2005, she was awarded the Prize of the Jury at the Provincial Salon of Visual Arts (Cienfuegos, Cuba) and the Prize of the Provincial Council of Visual Arts at the Salon 5 de Septiembre (Cienfuegos, Cuba). Her solo exhibitions and presentations include Recent Works: The Cuban Art Space (Center for Cuban Studies, New York, 2011); Inventario (Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, Havana, 2010); and Un sueño real (Fototeca de Cuba, Havana, 2009). Other group exhibitions in which her work has been exposed are 50 en los 50: Homage to the 50th Anniversary of the National Union of Artists and Writers (La Acacia Gallery, Havana, 2011); Saber tirar y tirar bien (Gallery Villa Manuela, La Habana, 2011); and Cuban Women Artists (Center for Cuban Studies, New York, 2010).

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2016 POP GOES THE WORLD. Saltfineart latin contemporary + raw salt gallery. Los Angeles, USA Mabel Poblet. The Studio of Key West & Gallery on Greene. Key West. USA 2015 Madeja. Hank. During CHACO 2015. CO Galería. Santiago de Chile. Chile Patria . Homeland. Collateral to the 12th Havana Biennial Villa Manuela Gallery. Havana, Cuba. Marea Alta. Collateral to the 12th Havana Biennial Biennial. Morro-Cabaña. Havana, Cuba. 2014 Reverso. Reverse, ArtLima. Co Gallery, Chile. Lima, Perú. 2013 Reverso. Reverse, CEART (Art Center Tomás y Valiente). Madrid, Spain. Desapariencia. Misappearance, Enlace Contemporary Art Gallery. Lima, Perú. Situación Límite. Extreme Situation, Raquel Ponce Gallery. Madrid, Spain. 2012 Reunificación familiar. Family Reunification, Collateral to the 11th Havana Biennial. Morro- Cabaña. Havana, Cuba. Hoy mi voz tiene sonido. Today my voice got a sound, Villa Manuela Gallery. Havana, Cuba. 2011 De tus ojos la sal. Salt from your Eyes, Nuno Sacramento Gallery. Aveiro, Portugal. Recent Works. The Cuban Art Space, Center for Cuban Studies. New York, USA. 2010 Inventario. Inventory, The Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. Havana, Cuba. 2009 Un Sueño Real. A Real Dream, Photographic Center of Cuba. Havana, Cuba. 2008 Mirando adentro. Looking Inside, The Cuban Art Space, Center for Cuban Studies. New York, USA. 2007 Ábacos. Abacuses, Cinematographic Cultural Center Gallery. Havana, Cuba. 2006 Works on Paper and Sculpture, The Cuban Art Space, Center for Cuban Studies. New York, USA. Lugar de Origen. Place of Origin, José A. Díaz Peláez Gallery, San Alejandro Academy. Havana, Cuba.

  • Jonathan Prince  (+)

    Biography : 1976- 1980 Columbia University 1980 - 1983 University of Southern California Lives and works in New Marlborough, MA

    Detailed Description : Jonathan Prince has evolved an expansive conversation on contemporary sculpture, beginning with his successful Torn Steel series. The new Liquid State sculptures continue to test the physical boundaries of rigidity and fluidity of stainless steel -- a rigid material formed into wave-like undulations through extensive handwork and expert welding techniques. An array of patterned light and shadow is the unexpected gift of this highly reflective sculptural form. The artist has maintained his passion for sculpture throughout his distinguished and diverse professional career in the arts and sciences. Prince completed a doctorate at Columbia University and post-doctoral studies at the University of Southern California. Recent exhibitions include an installation of monumental steel works at the Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison Avenue, New York in 2011; permanent installation of his iconic work, LightBox, as part of the Julie and Edward J. Minskoff collection in New York City; the acquisition of Vestigial Block by the new Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in Michigan; an exhibition of Torn Steel works at Christie’s Sculpture Garden at 535 Madison Avenue, New York in 2012; an installation at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York City in 2012-2013; and, LIGHT/ DARK, an installation of black Cambrian granite sculpture at Hudson River Park, New York City in 2013.

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  • George Sherwood  (+)

    Biography : BORN 1954 EDUCATION 1984 B.S. Engineering University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 1976 B.F.A. Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL Tacks & Jibes, CYNTHIA-REEVES, MASS MoCA campus, N. Adams, MA Sculpture in the Garden, San Diego Botanic Garden, San Diego, CA 2014 Waves and Particles, An Installation of Kinetic Sculpture, CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, Hudson River Park, New York 2013 Sculpture for the Home & Gardens, June LaCombe Sculpture, Pownal, ME Pulse NY, CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY Connectivity, A curated exhibition by CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC ART13 London, CYNTHIA-REEVES, London, UK Art Wynwood, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL 2012 Weisman Art Museum, Kinetic Dialect(ic), Minneapolis, MN Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL Machine Tears, curated by Tabatha Flores, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA June LaCombe Sculpture, Haw Ridge Fam, Pownal, ME 2011 Dartmouth Hitchcock, Lebanon, NH “Wind Orchid”, Katonah Museum, Manchester, Katonah, NY The Fells, Newbury, NH Up for Air, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA 2010 Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, MA Sculpture in the Streets, Albany, NY June Lacombe Sculpture, Pownal, ME 2009 Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, MA Sculpture in the Streets, Albany, NY Belgravia Gallery, London, UK June Lacombe Sculpture, Pownal, ME 2008 Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens (“Wind and Light” solo exhibit), Boothbay, ME June Lacombe Sculpture, Hawk Ridge Farm, Pownal, ME Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Sculpture and Motion, Atlanta, GA Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester, VT Sculpturefest, Woodstock, VT Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2007 Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay, ME Sculpture at Maine Audubon, Gilsland Farm Sanctuary, Falmouth, ME Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, Stockbridge, MA Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester, VT Shelburne Farms 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition, Shelburne, VT 2006 June Lacombe Sculpture, Hawk Ridge Farm, Pownal, ME The A

    Detailed Description : "Each sculpture is a three-dimensional painting of shifting light, drawing all the colors of the environment, pulling down the sky, drawing up the earth and gathering everything in between. Quietly, gently stirring the light, each is alive: no beginning and no end." —George Sherwood George Sherwood explores aesthetic systems of space, time, and the dynamic relationships of objects in motion. The choreography of each piece is governed by a set of basic movements, facilitated by an arrangement of aerodynamic surfaces connected by rotational points. His work is usually made of stainless steel, which has reflective qualities that integrate the sculpture into its environment. Wind speed and direction, shades of light, time of day, precipitation, and seasonal color transform the sculpture. Sherwood’s initial interest in the art of movement began while attending the Hartfort Art school during the 1970’s. Drawn to and inspired by physical theater groups such as Mummenschanz, Pilobolus, and The Celebration Mime Theatre, he developed a theatrical performance consisting of large animated props, sculptures and masks that were physically manipulated by the artist. After earning an engineering degree from the University of Vermont in the 1980’s he turned his focus to Concept Development for LEGO Futura, the Research and Development arm of LEGO. Working with advanced technologies and as a liaison with the MIT Media Lab, he was part of a team that helped develop preliminary concepts leading to the creation of Mindstorms and Virtual LEGO construction software. It was during this time that he was introduced to the wind powered sculpture of George Rickey, a pioneer in kinetic sculpture. A growing passion to create his own sculpture led Sherwood to pursue this as a full time career. CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, in partnership with the Hudson River Park Trust, showed “Waves and Particles”, six seminal sculptures by Sherwood along the Hudson River in New York City in 201

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  • Lionel Smit  (+)

    Biography : BORN 1982 Pretoria, South Africa EDUCATION 1999-00 Pro Arte Alphen Park, Alphen Park, South Africa

    Exhibition : SELECT SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2015 Close/Perspective, Everard Read, Johannesburg Recurrence, .M Contemporary, Sydney Origins, Rook & Raven Gallery, London, UK Art Central Hong Kong, Rook & Raven Gallery, Hong Kong, PRC Obscura, Everard Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa 2014 Morphus, Circa, Johannesburg, South Africa Cumulus, Rook & Raven Gallery, London, UK 2013 Fragmented, Rook & Raven Gallery, London, UK 100 Accumulation, installation, Everard Read, Johannesburg, South Africa 2012 Accumulation of Disorder, installation, University of Stellenbosch Gallery, Stellenbosch Strata, Rook and Raven Gallery, London, UK Compendium, 34Fine Art, Cape Town, South Africa 2011 Surface, Artspace, Johannesburg, South Africa 2010 Submerge, 34Fine Art, Cape Town, South Africa 2009 Relate, Grande Provence, Franschhoek, South Africa 2006 Epidemic, Judge, Hope, Voir Gallery, Pretoria, South Africa SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 Lionel Smit & Tomas Munita, CYNTHIA-REEVES, MASS MoCA Campus, N. Adams, MA 2013 Art Miami, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Miami, FL Fugitive Identity, CYNTHIA-REEVES, Brattleboro, VT, USA BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK Wonder Works Exhibition, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong, PRC 2012 Winter Exhibition, Everard Read, Johannesburg, South Africa MOMAC, Roberta Moore Fine Art, London, UK 2010 Out of the Office, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Bochum, Germany CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects, Art Miami, Miami, USA We are not Witches, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK Who, Grande Provence, Franschhoek, South Africa Coolstuff, 34FineArt, Cape Town, South Africa 2009 F.A.C.E.T., Charity Auction, Christie’s, London, UK Group 09, 34Long Fine Art, Cape Town, South Africa Gesprek, University of Stellenbosch Gallery, Stellenbosch, South Africa Presence, Off The Wall Gallery, Paarl, South Africa Nuance, UCA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa North-West University Gallery, Potchefstroom, South Africa Identity, Platform on 18th Gallery

    Detailed Description : "My fascination with portraiture and the abstraction of color plays a dualistic role in my artistic expression and creation. The combination of the representation of human form, and the mercurial quality of emotions, translated by color, line and form, is what inspires the imaginative and abstract essence of the work." - Lionel Smit Lionel Smit is considered one of South Africa’s strongest artists, best known for his contemporary portraiture executed through monumental canvases and sculptures. Each of his works offers us an entry point into the variety and richness that lies beneath every face – a task he undertakes with great sensitivity. A self-taught artist born in the shadows of the Apartheid, Smit’s work centers heavily on identity, realized through the formation of disparate layering. His luscious, bold surfaces, upon closer inspection, expose his subject’s geneology through sporadic and translucent complexions. The viewer is left to reconcile these overlapping styles and emotive gestures, symbolically referencing the new generation in his native country. Lionel Smit’s process is adaptive, inventive, and physically engagied. He paints abstract canvases and lets them sit around the studio, ideas gestating, until he is ready to project photographs of the model on them, in a mode that recalls Andy Warhol’s aproach to portraiture. But Smit does not work with reproductive processes…, instead relying on his hand to transcribe form, and frequently reworking images multiple times, such that color and line merge, breaking down both…His bronzes made in the traditional lost wax process, are treated as fragmented surfaces subject to polychromatic surface experimentation inside and out. – Jason Rosenfeld, Ph.D., Distinguished Chair and Professor of Art History, Marymount Manhattan College, New York Lionel Smit was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1982, he started exhibiting straight after art school at Pro Arte Alphen Park. He now lives and w

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