See you in the Big Apple
Spring is in the air and we are about to set sail towards The Big Apple. True to tradition, Armory Week unfolds and New York is conquered by important art collectors from all over the world. This year, we have teamed up with Art on Paper, an ambitious and thriving young art fair with a unique focus on the paper media.
We will be presenting a forceful team of our well-known talents together with the newest names in our fold. Altogether, they have produced a phenomenal and wide-ranging array of pieces:
Angela Gram (US), Alfred Steiner (US), Jean-Pierre Roy (US), Ian Ingram (US), John Jacobsmeyer (US), Jud Bergeron (US), Mu Pan (US), Super Future Kid (DE), Taylor Schultek (US), Tom Sanford (US) and William Powhida (US).
Two of the latest names to join our fold is the magnifying master Ian Ingram (US), and psychedelic dream catcher Super Future Kid (DE).
We debuted both of them at Art Herning in January, where Ingram’s hauntingly dissected portrait and Super Future Kid’s wondrous neon figure, resting on two equally saturated layered cakes, floored each and every one passing by. It is therefore with great excitement that we present their new masterpieces in New York.
For Art on Paper, Super Future Kid has conjured a portrait of candy, nostalgia and childhood, derived directly from whatever dreams are made of. Ian Ingram is presenting a new series, showing every shape and pore of his hands, as if painting through a magnifying glass. His series also provides us with a taste of what he has up his sleeve, prior to his upcoming double show with Nicola Verlato in our gallery, opening March 30.
William Powhida, for whom paper is his preferred medium, has been working for more than two years on an ongoing series of Artforum ads. We presented a grid of more than 100 of his ads on paper in his solo show in November, and brought 24 to Art Herning in January, all of which ended in a major Scandinavian collection. For Art on Paper, we are presenting a grand display of his Artforum ads as well as a print edition of “The Contemporary 2000-2025”.
Art on Paper, booth 511
Friday, March 8: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday, March 9: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, March 10: 12:00pm to 6:00pm
299 South Street - Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan