Exhibitor listing
Not Guilty Four -  Courtlandt Swartz
Not Guilty Three -  Courtlandt Swartz
Not Guilty Two -  Courtlandt Swartz
Not Guilty One -  Courtlandt Swartz
Solstice K1 - Matt Neuman
Solstice J1 - Matt Neuman
Solstice B5 - Matt Neuman
Solstice 11 - Matt Neuman
Lemniscate 29 - Matt Neuman
Impossible - Matt Neuman
Bloom 8 - Margie Kelk
Bloom 12 - Margie Kelk
Bloom 11 - Margie Kelk
Habitat Five - Kal Mansur
Blue Valence Two - Kal Mansur
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Abstract Painting and Sculpture

Artists Exhibited at the show:

  • Margie Kelk

    Margie Kelk

    Margie Kelk - Bloom 11
    Bloom 11
    Margie Kelk - Bloom 12
    Bloom 12
    Margie Kelk - Bloom 8
    Bloom 8
    Biography : Margie Kelk's artistic practice reflects contemporary concerns about cultural history and politics. Kelk takes an exploratory and experimental approach as she appropriates and reconstructs visual fragments of ideas through diverse artistic media that includes ceramic sculpture, installation, drawing and painting, video and photography. Kelk has been exhibiting her work in Canada, the United States, and Europe since 2000. Kelk is a graduate of Wellesley College, the Johns Hopkins University (PhD.), and the Toronto School of Art degree program.
  • Kal Mansur

    Kal Mansur

    Kal Mansur - Blue Valence Two
    Blue Valence Two
    Kal Mansur - Habitat Five
    Habitat Five
    Detailed Description : Kal Mansur's work is characterized by acrylic pieces of varying colors and thicknesses contained within a diffused acrylic case. The play of light becomes apparent when one focuses on the edges, which cast colored shadows, depending on the spatial relationships within the composition. This kinetic quality is foundational to Mansur's work, creating a hybrid between gestural abstraction and the pristine constructions found in minimalism. Also represented by: BoxHeart Gallery,
  • Matt Neuman

    Matt Neuman

    Matt Neuman - Impossible
    Impossible
    Matt Neuman - Lemniscate 29
    Lemniscate 29
    Matt Neuman - Solstice 11
    Solstice 11
    Matt Neuman - Solstice B5
    Solstice B5
    Matt Neuman - Solstice J1
    Solstice J1
    Matt Neuman - Solstice K1
    Solstice K1
  • Courtlandt Swartz

    Courtlandt Swartz

     Courtlandt Swartz - Not Guilty One
    Not Guilty One
     Courtlandt Swartz - Not Guilty Two
    Not Guilty Two
     Courtlandt Swartz - Not Guilty Three
    Not Guilty Three
     Courtlandt Swartz - Not Guilty Four
    Not Guilty Four
    Detailed Description : Courtlandt Swartz suspends sculptural forms of acrylic paint within prisms of hand cast acrylic glass. Selectively affecting the surface clarity allows internal elements to be concealed and revealed. There is no single or immediate way to experience the piece. Every angle exposes a different refraction of the brushstrokes contained in the sculpture. Having a longstanding background in realist painting has inspired Swartz to move into three-dimensional space, searching for a medium that provides multiple images simultaneously.

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Michael Toole

    Michael Toole



GALLERY INFORMATION

 
 
reference: contemporary is committed to the development and support of emerging and mid-career artists. Our international exhibition program emphasizes abstract painting and sculpture. The gallery highlights critical engagement with the artistic process and with the intentions behind an artist's mode of production, furthering the premise of skill as currency.

We partner with commercial galleries and art fairs to ensure our artists' works gain a broader international platform. We work with art consultants and architects to deliver custom artwork and outfit spaces with compelling and contemporary work.