Winkleman Gallery
New York
621 West 27th Street
212 6433152
Jimbo Blachly / Signs on the Road
dal 24/3/2011 al 29/4/2011

Segnalato da

Edward Winkleman


Jimbo Blachly
David Adamo
Alyson Aliano
Greg Allen
Meredith Allen
Robert Andrade
Mirene Arsanios
Michael Ashkin
David Atkin
Nancy Baker
Conrad Bakker
Michael Ballou
Sarah Bedford
David Beneforado
Annie Berman
Eric Ross Bernstein
Roberto Bertoia
Mary Walling Blackburn
Lee Boroson
Leslie Brack
David Brody
Monica Burczyk
Pam Butler
Sharon Butler
Holly Cahill
Zachary Cahill
Tiffany Calvert
Francis Cape
Zhiwan Cheung
Piotr Chizinski
Jennifer Coates
Elizabeth Condon
Anne Connell
Diana Cooper
Daniel Cosentino
Amie Cunat
Elizabeth Dadi
Iftikhar Dadi
Jennifer Dalton
Donna Dennis
Ben Draper
Julie Evans
Anna Faroqhi
Anoka Faruqee
Renate Ferro
Matt Freedman
Carolyn Funk
Lee Gainer
Joshua Geldzahler
Benj Gerdes
Lindsey Glover
DeWitt Godfrey
Maximilian Goldfarb
Edward M. Gomez
Anthony Graves
Lisa Hamilton
Shadi Harouni
David Hartt
Kirsten Hassenfeld
Jennifer Hayashida
Eric Heist
Amy Helfand
Alika Herreshoff
Clara Hess
Paul Fes ta
Bob Hewitt
Susan Homer
Bettina Hubby
David Humphrey
Gabriela Jimenez
Christopher Lowry Johnson
Ron Jude
Martine Kaczynski
Efrat Kedem
Christine Kelly
Daren Kendall
Baseera Khan
Elke Krasny
Larry Krone
Lasse Lau
Jill Lear
Ronna Lebo
Diana Seo Hyung Lee
Karen Leo
Jason Livingston
David Lukowski
Pauline M'barek
Rose Marcus
Justin Martin
Mark Masyga
Graham McDougal
Todd McGrain
Doug McLean
Vincent Meessen
Danielle Mericle
Elisabeth Meyer
Andrea Minicozzi
John Monti
Pete Moran
Ray Mortenson
Erik Moskowitz
Carrie Moyer
Nicholas Muellner
Chris Nau
Yamini Nayar
Gregor Neuerer
Jennifer Nichols
Meredith Nickie
Marty Ohlin
Chris Oliver
Craig Olson
Ruth Oppenheim
Maria Park
Ahndraya Parlato
Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen
Liza Phillips
Anna Pinkus
Maggie Prendergast
Johannes Paul Raether
Paul Rajakovics
Cuba Ray
Dylan Reid
Thomas Rentmeister
Noah Robbins
Christopher Robinson
Kay Rosen
Douglas Ross
Benjamin Rubloff
Kathleen Rugh
Rachel S alamone
David Scher
Mira Schor
Peter Scott
Dennis Sears
Daniel Seiple
Rachel Selekman
James Sheehan
Buzz Spector
Suzy Spence
Liz Sweibel
Stan Taft
Jude Tallichet
Nick Tobier
Nathan Townes
Amanda Trager
Jeanne Tremel
Lauren Valchuis
Chris Werner
Leslie Wilkes
Sammy Jean Wilson
Karen Yasinsky
Bernard Yenelouis
Gogue Projects
Camel Collective
Cathouse FUNeral

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Jimbo Blachly / Signs on the Road

Winkleman Gallery, New York

Lanquidity, is the first solo show of paintings by Jimbo Blachly. Known for his sculpture, installations, and his collaborations with Lytle Shaw as editors for the Chadwick Family, Blachly secretly took up painting again four years ago after a 30-year hiatus. In the Curatorial Research Lab: Signs on the Road, an archive of such material from over a hundred and fifty artists, each invited to submit a single-page digital file to be printed on an 8x10-inch sheet.

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Jimbo Blachly

Winkleman Gallery is very pleased to present Lanquidity, our first solo show of paintings by New York artist Jimbo Blachly. Known for his sculpture, installations, and his collaborations with Lytle Shaw as editors for the Chadwick Family (who will have another exhibition at Winkleman Gallery this spring), Blachly secretly took up painting again four years ago after a 30-year hiatus. While immediately recognizable as having Blachly’s sensibility, the landscapes and geometric abstractions he created, and only recently revealed to anyone, display a lifetime of closely examining what painting can be at both the micro and macro levels. This examination stems in part from Blachly’s day job in an art conservation studio, where his constant contact with major twentieth-century paintings involves interacting with them both as physical objects and as artworks.

Intimate, fragmentary, allusive, Blachly’s small canvases evoke at once romantic depictions of sublime experience (from earlier Europeans like Palmer and Turner to the later Americans like Blakelock and Ryder) and modernist abstraction a la Palermo or the late work of Picabia. And yet the relation between these references is strangely and perhaps surprisingly unified—since it is as if Blachly zooms in to the figurative, dramatic world of Romantic painting in order to reveal a domain of largely figureless abstraction, of down time within the world of the sublime. This excavation of quiet ambience from a world of keyed-up intensity runs throughout Blachly’s painting, which often explores installation logics by working in small constellations or configurations. Devastatingly gorgeous, Blachly’s canvases evoke the grainy surface next to the grand event.

The installation for Lanquidity, as with most of Blachly’s exhibitions, will be decidedly “site determined,” worked through intuitively, with the dual goals of presenting each painting as an individual work and highlighting rhythms and connections between works up until the final moments before he concludes the installation is complete. The exhibition also will feature several notesbooks and framed drawings.

Jimbo Blachly’s work has been exhibited widely including at the Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY; Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY; Cirius Arts Center Cobh, Ireland; and Hunter College’s Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, New York, NY. He has received fellowships from the Farpath Fellowship, Dijon, France, and the Bellagio Fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation. He earned his BFA from The School of the Art Institute, Chicago, IL, and his MFA from University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.

For more information, please contact Edward Winkleman at 212.643.3152 or


In the Curatorial Research Lab

Signs on the Road

Organized by: Workroom G; Curated by: Gogue Projects (phase 1), Camel Collective (phase 2), Cathouse FUNeral (phase 3)

Artists often fixate on particular found material (imagery, objects, quotes, fragments of text, etc.) that reveals no direct connection to their practice but that possesses for them an enigmatic, resonant meaning. This material may serve as a beacon for their practice, suggesting an unrealized and indeterminate potential for future work. Perhaps this material is the uncanny of artistic practice.

For this exhibition we create an archive of such material from over a hundred and fifty artists, each invited to submit a single-page digital file to be printed on an 8×10-inch sheet. The archive will be handed over to three curatorial collectives, each of whom will mount a treatment and exhibition in the diminutive (10-foot by 10-foot) Curatorial Research Lab at Winkleman Gallery. Despite the archive’s necessarily small scale, we hope for a different order of insight than can be derived from primary artistic production. What if, for a moment, we treat such secondary material as primary? We are curious to see what tentative and comparative understandings can be drawn regarding a collective sensibility of the moment. Could organizations of this archive serve as signs on the road toward something beyond its constituent parts?

Workroom G is Michael Ashkin, Leslie Brack, and Joshua Geldzahler
Gogue Projects is Matt Freedman & Jude Tallichet
Camel Collective is
Cathouse FUNeral is David Dixon, Karen Miller, Pete Moran

ARTISTS: David Adamo, Alyson Aliano, Greg Allen, Meredith Allen, Robert Andrade, Mirene Arsanios, Michael Ashkin, David Atkin, Nancy Baker, Conrad Bakker, Michael Ballou, Sarah Bedford, David Beneforado, Annie Berman, Eric Ross Bernstein, Roberto Bertoia, Mary Walling Blackburn, Lee Boroson, Leslie Brack, David Brody, Monica Burczyk, Pam Butler, Sharon Butler, Holly Cahill, Zachary Cahill, Tiffany Calvert, Francis Cape, Zhiwan Cheung, Piotr Chizinski, Jennifer Coates, Elizabeth Condon, Anne Connell, Diana Cooper, Daniel Cosentino, Amie Cunat, Elizabeth Dadi, Iftikhar Dadi, Jennifer Dalton, Donna Dennis, Ben Draper, eteam, Julie Evans, Anna Faroqhi, Anoka Faruqee, Renate Ferro, Matt Freedman, Carolyn Funk, Lee Gainer, Joshua Geldzahler, Benj Gerdes, Lindsey Glover, DeWitt Godfrey, Maximilian Goldfarb, Edward M. Gomez, Anthony Graves, Lisa Hamilton, Shadi Harouni, David Hartt, Kirsten Hassenfeld, Jennifer Hayashida, Eric Heist, Amy Helfand, Alika Herreshoff, Clara Hess & Paul Fes ta, Bob Hewitt, Susan Homer, Bettina Hubby, David Humphrey, Gabriela Jimenez, Christopher Lowry Johnson, Ron Jude, Martine Kaczynski, Efrat Kedem, Christine Kelly, Daren Kendall, Baseera Khan, Elke Krasny, Larry Krone, Lasse Lau, Jill Lear, Ronna Lebo, Diana Seo Hyung Lee, Karen Leo, Jason Livingston, David Lukowski, Pauline M'barek, Rose Marcus, Justin Martin, Mark Masyga, Graham McDougal, Todd McGrain, Doug McLean, Vincent Meessen, Danielle Mericle, Elisabeth Meyer, Andrea Minicozzi, John Monti, Pete Moran, Ray Mortenson, Erik Moskowitz, Carrie Moyer, Nicholas Muellner, Chris Nau, Yamini Nayar, Gregor Neuerer, Jennifer Nichols, Meredith Nickie, Marty Ohlin, Chris Oliver, Craig Olson, Ruth Oppenheim, Maria Park, Ahndraya Parlato, Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen, Liza Phillips, Anna Pinkus, Maggie Prendergast, Johannes Paul Raether, Paul Rajakovics, Cuba Ray, Dylan Reid, Thomas Rentmeister, Noah Robbins, Christopher Robinson, Kay Rosen, Douglas Ross, Benjamin Rubloff, Kathleen Rugh, Rachel S alamone, David Scher, Mira Schor, Peter Scott, Dennis Sears, Daniel Seiple, Rachel Selekman, James Sheehan, Buzz Spector, Suzy Spence, Liz Sweibel, Stan Taft, Jude Tallichet, Nick Tobier, Nathan Townes-Anderson, Amanda Trager, Jeanne Tremel, Lauren Valchuis, Chris Werner, Leslie Wilkes, Sammy Jean Wilson, Karen Yasinsky, Bernard Yenelouis

For more information, please contact Edward Winkleman at 212.643.3152 or

Image: Jimbo Blachly

Opening Reception: March 25 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Winkleman Gallery
621 West 27th Street, New York, NY

Two Exhibitions
dal 16/1/2014 al 14/2/2014

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