Exhibitor listing

Franklin Bowles Galleries

Franklin Bowles Gallery
431 W Broadway
New York, New York 10012
United States
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Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Eduardo Arranz-Bravo  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Eduardo Arranz-Bravo - Pastoral 6

      Pastoral 6

    • Eduardo Arranz-Bravo - Yeoman III

      Yeoman III

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  • Pierre Boncompain  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pierre Boncompain - Nu de dos

      Nu de dos

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  • Pierre Marie Brisson  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pierre Marie Brisson - Le silence du poisson

      Le silence du poisson

    • Pierre Marie Brisson - A fleur d'eau

      A fleur d'eau

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  • Miguel Gelabert  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Miguel Gelabert - Redline Horizon (v.6.0)

      Redline Horizon (v.6.0)

    • Miguel Gelabert - Redline Horizon (v.9.0)

      Redline Horizon (v.9.0)

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  • Chrissie Hynde  (+)

    Biography : In November 2015, Chrissie Hynde, the singer, songwriter and leader of The Pretenders, produced an oil painting of a ceramic vase. Fulfilling an intention that she would, one day, dedicate herself to painting, it would prove to be the starting point for Hynde's first body of work. An accomplished and prolific painter, Hynde works exclusively in oil on canvas and her art encompasses a wide variety of subjects including figures, portraits of friends and family, self-portraits and landscapes. The immediacy and energy evident in her work reveals Chrissie Hynde as an artist as passionate about her painting as her music. In her own words: I always thought I would get into painting, but I got waylaid by rock ‘n’ roll. (1) Everything about oil, the medium itself, is just so interesting: the texture of it, the way it dries, the way it looks; being able to see the brush strokes and manipulate the paint. The way the canvas bounces: you can feel it with the brush and the oil. It’s very sensual and it’s really exciting. Because of the way that the oil colors are, you can kind of merge them together and mix the colors on the canvas. It’s a real turn-on. (1) When I was proofreading my autobiography years ago, I noticed that I kept talking about painting, even though I didn’t paint. It was like a fantasy I had. Then, when I moved to my current place a couple of years ago and I started painting, it all suddenly made sense. People worry that they’ve missed the boat, but it really is never too late to start doing something you love. (1) I do most of my paintings in one go, over three or four hours. It’s a great meditation. I don’t listen to music or anything. I just stare at the canvas and get completely absorbed in it. Then afterwards there’s this enormous sense of relief that I got through it, and it just feels really good. In that way, it’s like performing –the feeling I get after doing a show. (2) For me, art is a way of connecting to the divine

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  • Agusti Puig  (+)

    Biography : AGUSTÍ PUIG Spanish, b. 1957 Born in Sabadell, Spain, Agustí Puig has an established career in Spain and has successfully shown his work in important galleries, museums and biennials throughout Europe (Spain, France, England and Greece) and Asia (Japan and Korea). Puig was honored as a finalist for the XXIV International Drawing Prize awarded by the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, Spain. In 2007, Agustí’s work was featured in the Academy Award-nominated, Vicky Christina Barcelona, starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem. Agustí Puig studied at the art schools Escola Massana and Cercle Artistic Sant Lluc in Barcelona, but says he learned his real craft in the studios of fellow artists. He focuses on painting, especially large format works, but he also creates ceramics and sculptures, prints, and is interested in all aspects of graphic design. Puig had his artistic awakening in the mid-1980s, a period of intense activity in the field of art in Catalonia, Spain and Europe as a whole, when artists all over Europe were staging a creative reaction to the conceptual art movements that had dominated the 1970s. Agustí Puig’s generation proposed a new, expressive, affirmative, monumental art that embraced tradition. Puig’s painting presents itself as the heir to the predominant styles in European modern avant-garde art: German Expressionism (from Munch to Kiefer), Spanish Informalism (represented by Tàpies, Millares, Clavé) and French and Catalan Oneirism (Joan Miró). Painting in a style known as pintura matèrica in which non-traditional art materials are used and incorporated into the final works; Puig applies paint in a thick and almost brutal manner. Scraping and scarring the canvases, dripping and working with brooms as paint brushes, these very physical methods are freeing and give him a more authentic approach to the creative process and his engagement with the subject of the human figure remains a constant. In 2014, Puig was honor

    Artist's Objects:

    • AGUSTÍ     PUIG - Figure with wavy hair

      Figure with wavy hair

    • AGUSTÍ     PUIG - APBS

      APBS

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  • Gottfried Salzmann

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  • Zane York  (+)

    Biography : In Zane York’s work the focus is often on oddities: especially those of the natural world: birds, animals, and insects. The subjects are not necessarily pretty or ugly, but they are always intensely visual. The artist is attracted to themes of mortality, anthropomorphism, perceived beauty, and transience. The complex and conflicting state of these subjects provide fascination; a bird’s skull, all at once, is evidence of grand design, profane existence, and memento mori. Zane York deftly walks the line between playfulness and profundity. Drawing inspiration from the inherent strangeness of the natural world, York imbues quotidian scenes with subtle elements of the surreal. His finely detailed renderings offer a view of reality that is ever-so-slightly askew, creating a peculiar sense of balance in accordance with his own set of natural laws. Zane Received his B.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and his M.F.A. from the New York Academy of Art. He is represented by Causey Contemporary in New York and Gallery Fledermaus in Chicago. He has had numerous solo exhibitions with his galleries as well as at the Dubuque Museum of Art, and the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park. His works have been exhibited in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Melbourne, St. Barthelemy, Florida, and France. York maintains his studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and teaches painting at the New York Academy of Art.

    Exhibition : Education:
    2003 Master of Fine Arts (Painting)
    New York Academy of Art
    2000 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture)
    University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

    Solo Exhibitions:
    2018 “Moved to Stillness”, (2 Person Exhibition), Gallery 19, Chicago, IL
    2017 “Nature Morte”, Arsenal Gallery, Central Park, New York
    2016 “Transmographic Arrangements”, Dubuque Museum of Art, Iowa
    2015 “Death May Get you Down (And Other Drawings)”, Yashar Gallery, New York
    2014 “Transmography”, Austin ArtWorks Center, Minnesota
    2014 “Curious Remnants”, Causey Contemporary, New York
    2013 “Wunderkammer”, Caestecker Gallery, Ripon College, Ripon, WI
    2011 "Stewards", Solo Exhibition, Causey Contemporary, New York

    Group Exhibitions:

    2018 “Midnight Sun”, Last Rites Gallery, New York
    2018 “Cat Art Show 3”, Think Tank Gallery, Los Angeles
    2018 Small Works Show, BeinArt Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
    2018 Gallery Fledermaus, LA Art Expo, Art Hamptons, New York
    2018 Cat Art Show, Beinart Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
    2017 “Dark and Stormy Night”, Lehman College Art Gallery, New York
    2017 “Palette Paintings”, Abend Gallery, Denver, CO
    2017 “Tondo, Tondo, Tondo”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, New York
    2017 “Selfie”, Schelfhaudt Gallery, Shintaro Akatsu School Of Design, Bridgport CT
    2016 “Facie”, Galerie Protege, New York
    2016 “For Your Eyes Only” Sidetracked Studio, Chicago
    2016 “Cat Art Show LA 2: The Sequel”, Think Tank Gallery, Los Angeles
    2016 “Exquisite Porch”, Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
    2015 “NYAA Summer Alumni Exhibition”, Flowers Gallery, New York
    2015 “Prickly”, Causey Contemporary, New York
    2014 Spring/Break Art Fair, New York
    2013 5th Anniversary Exhibition, Last Rites Gallery, New York
    2012 Austin Artworks Festival, Austin, MN
    2012 Overture Miami Art Fair, Florida
    2012 “The 13th Hour”, Last Rites Gallery, New York
    2010 "Coincidental Opp

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Zane York - Ascension

      Ascension

    •  Zane York - Arrangement VI

      Arrangement VI

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


A fleur d'eau - Pierre Marie Brisson

Pierre Marie Brisson

A fleur d'eau

mixed media on canvas
25.6" x 21.3"
2018

Arrangement VI -  Zane York

Zane York

Arrangement VI

oil on canvas mounted to dibond
24" x 18"
2016

Ascension -  Zane York

Zane York

Ascension

oil on canvas on panel
70 (dia)
2013

Nu de dos - Pierre Boncompain

Pierre Boncompain

Nu de dos

oil on paper
14" x 11"

Yeoman III - Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Yeoman III

oil on canvas on board
44" x 11"
2018

Pastoral 6 - Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Pastoral 6

painting on paper
20" x 51"
2019

Le silence du poisson - Pierre Marie Brisson

Pierre Marie Brisson

Le silence du poisson

mixed media on canvas
26" x 21"

Redline Horizon (v.9.0) - Miguel Gelabert

Miguel Gelabert

Redline Horizon (v.9.0)

oil on canvas
58" x 82"
2019

Redline Horizon (v.6.0) - Miguel Gelabert

Miguel Gelabert

Redline Horizon (v.6.0)

oil on canvas
51" x 64"
2019

APBS - AGUSTÍ     PUIG

AGUSTÍ PUIG

APBS

mixed media on canvas
64" x 51"
2018

Figure with wavy hair - AGUSTÍ     PUIG

AGUSTÍ PUIG

Figure with wavy hair

mixed media on paper
19.75" x 27.5"
2018