Assume Vivid Astro Focus
Marco Boggio Sella
Jules De Balincourt
Adrian Garcia Gomez
Christophe Hamaide Pierson
'Today's Man' is an exhibition of mostly small works on paper and canvas (paintings, collages, drawings etc. but no photography) and consists solely of representations of men by male artists.
Bill Adams, Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Asianpunkboy, Hernan Bas, Paul Brainard, Olaf Breuning, AA Bronson, Marco Boggio Sella, Mathew Cerletty, Jeff Davis, Jules De Balincourt, Tony Feher, Adrian Garcia Gomez, James Gobel, Sam Gordon, Scott Grodesky, Joe Grillo, Everest Hall, Christophe Hamaide Pierson, Jan Hammer, Erik Hanson, Christian Holstad, Arnoud Holleman, Scott Hug, David Humphrey, Alex Katz, Matt Keegan, R.W. Kitchen, Kentaro Kobuke, Sean Landers, Justin Lieberman, Tim Lokiec, Nick Lowe, Michael Magnan, Nick Mauss, Dan McCarthy, Sean Mellyn, Chris Ofili, Paul P. , Richard Phillips, David Rathman, Pieter Schoolwerth, Spencer Sweeney, Rob Thom, David West, Michael Wetzel, T.J. Wilcox and others.
'Today's Man' is an exhibition of mostly small works on paper and canvas (paintings, collages, drawings etc. but no photography) and consists solely of representations of men by male artists. The relatively small scale of the works (almost all are less than 18 x 18 inches) is a purposeful inversion of what one might normally associate with the stereotype of the patriarchal grand canvas. The sole sculpture in the exhibition, a deceptively traditional looking bronze bust of a man with a deceptively large nose, by Marco Boggio Sella commands the center of the gallery and offers an interesting counterpoint to the small scale of the works that line the wall. The exhibition brings together over 45 emerging and established artists to create an ambiguous dialogue about the frenetic /kinetic state of contemporary masculinity.
Opening: Saturday, July 19th, 6-8 pm
Summer gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 6 pm and by appointment
Gallery will be closed for summer vacation August 14th September 2nd Saturday hours (11 am 6 pm) resume Saturday, September 6th
John Connelly Presents (JCP)
526 West 26th Street, #1023
New York, NY 10001