"Here's why patterns" Exhibition

Misako & Rosen

poster for "Here's why patterns" Exhibition

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"Here’s why patterns" features artists:
Josh Blackwell (born in 1972, USA, lives and works in New York) utilizes the visual vocabulary (and occasionally the material itself) of fashion to further explore abstraction within art context.

Fergus Feehily’s (born in 1968, Ireland, lives and works in Dublin and Stuttgart) self-reflexive paintings, drawings and objects gently assert the place of art/abstraction in examining themes like the grand and modest.

Ruth Laskey’s (born in 1975, USA, lives and works in San Francisco) weaving and watercolor studies re-assert the value/place of art/abstraction in the everyday context.

Rooted in the day-to-day experience of life in Tokyo, Shimon Minamikawa’s (born in 1972, Japan, lives and works in Tokyo) works illustrate the relevance of art to contemporary culture.

[Image: Josh Blackwell "Verlyn (XXL)" (2007) Paper, gouache, pins 59.5 x 53 inches 151 x 134.5 cm]

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From 2008-06-14 To 2008-07-13

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