Exhibitor listing

Ai Bo Gallery

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Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Koichi Matsufuji

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  • Yaacov Agam

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  • Tomas Brzon

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  • Cristina Ghetti

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  • Le Thanh Son

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  • Tom Marosz  (+)

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  • John Petrey

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  • Madonna Phillips  (+)

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  • Dinh Quan  (+)

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  • Juvenal Ravelo

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  • JCW

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Jean Luc Virard BOUN

  • Ford Crull  (+)

    Biography : FORD CRULL (Condensed Bio 2010-2015) EDUCATION: 1976 B.F.A. Painting, University of Washington, Seattle, WA SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2014 Cross Contemporary ART, Saugerties, NY 2013 Creon Gallery, New York Abmeyer Wood Gallery, Seattle, WA 2012 Andria Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley , ID 2011 Abmeyer Wood Gallery, Seattle, WA Rob Ober Gallery, Kent, CT 2010 Rachel Sheng Gallery, Shanghai, China Bund1919, Shanghai, China SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 2014 Roger Smith Hotel: Ford Crull and Peggy Cyphers, New York, NY “Shifting Ecologies” The Painting Center, NY “Metaglyphic”, Elena Ab Gallery, New York, NY 2012 SPAF, “Blue”. Saugerties, NY 2011 JPMorgan NY. “Loft in the Red Zone”, September. NYC Rob Ober Gallery, “So Zik!”, Kent, CT 2010 Andria Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley, ID 2009 Andria Friesen Gallery, Seattle, WA 2008- 2010 Your Documents Please” April 4- 20 2008 The Museum of Arts & Crafts-ITAMI2-5-28, Miyanomae, Itami-shi HYOGO 6640895 JAPAN 2007 Jane Sauer Gallery, Santa Fe SELECTED COLLECTIONS: Boise Art Museum, ID Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY Bund 1919,shanghai, China Cedars- Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles, CA Champion Paper, Inc. Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York, NY Citicorp Bank, Los Angeles, CA Coca Cola, Atlanta, GA Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH Expedia Corp. Seattle Hallmark Corp. Kansas City Amerada Hess, New York, NY The High Museum, Atlanta, GA IBM Corporation, San Jose, CA J.P. Morgan & Co., New York, NY The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Mobil Oil Corporation, New York, NY Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL Otis Elevator, San Francisco, CA Prudential Insur

    Detailed Description : Crull continues to explore the expressive power of personal and cultural symbols in a series of densely painted and vividly colored compositions. Crull uses identifiable images such as hearts, wings, crosses, and the human figure, as well as geometrical emblems and abstract forms whose meanings are less explicit. Words, in the form of cryptic, fleeting phrases, also animate Crull’s pictorial world. There is a strong element of the diaristic in Crull’s work, with each painting serving as a kind of painterly journal of reflections and reveries, set loose from their origins in specific events. In a wider sense, these paintings constitute a kind of intensive search to wrest meaning from an anarchy of feeling. As meditations on emotional chaos, they enter into a world of competing impulses and simultaneous transmissions, seeking a resolution that is both cathartic and mysterious. Crull employs a myriad of symbols which variously imply a sexual unfolding, romantic suffering, occult wisdom, and transcendental release. These symbols coexist in a psychic atmosphere in which they overlap, dissolve, and reappear with a kind of furious insistence. The heart is among the most frequent of these symbols, combining love on both physical and spiritual levels. Crull’s written words act as a kind of voice which emerges from and disappears back into the highly worked surface. The scrawled, fragmentary phrases serve as kind of conscious counterpoint to the free flowing of gestural abstraction and symbolic forms. Color is the silent partner to language, infusing the welter of images with an enveloping emotional atmosphere, ranging from hot reds and golds to cool shimmering light blues and whites. “The ambiguity of the image is central to my expression of life in art. The derivation of my symbols, pulled out from the oceanic flow of an unconscious, devolved dream state, reflects a necessity for metamorphosis and recombination that deprives the image of any safe haven. Ra

  • Mattia Novello

    Biography : Was born in Thiene October 6, 1985, and lives and works in Castelfranco Veneto (TV) ITALY. He graduated in visual communication at the European Institute of Design in Milan, then in fashion photography at the School of Visual Art in New York, and in Mixed Media Art at the Parson School, also in New York. Painting, photography, sculpture and installations, in the completeness of the multiple conceptual and operational approaches of Mattia Novello against the face of the user an intense note in its objectivity regarding the existence of thought, man as a being, as opinion no Convention, art as experimentation, research of a verb as primary index to indicate the relationships and the fact Fraintensioni as a process of struggle toward a truth that much does not exist. Flat Layers is the search of the artist to make an opposite process, focusing in the production of a two-dimensional three-dimensional object, the light and shadows are exposed on canvas through the use of a tire, (object engine life but in contact with the road, tar and dirt) now takes on another meaning as a means to create a painting material, Flat layer. SHOWS 2011 DESIGN MURAL -AIGA gallery New York 2012 NASCITA INDIVIDUO LIBERO - Flaviostocco gallery Castelfranco VTO NASCITA INDIVIDUO LIBERO Villa Bolasco con Comune Castelfranco Veneto 2013 FALLING UP- AMY-D gallery Milano ARTE IN TRINCEA- BROLO museum Mogliano PHOTISSIMA-Art Fair Venice 2014 THE TRANSPARENT DREAM- A gallery Milano FLAT LAYERS- AMY-D gallery Milano 2015 STEP UP-Art Fair selected artist Bologna FRAINTENSIONI- Flaviostocco gallry Castelfranco VTO Premio Cairo, Finalist Prestigious contest Art Miami Context Ai Bo Gallery COLLABORATION Moncler S.P.A. Politecnico University Milano Unisa University Palermo Aeropan S.P.A. PUBBLICATION Mytemplart Area arte Martini Edizioni Kriticaonline Eos Arte Flashart Amedit magazine Espoarte Artslife Artribune