A selection of paintings from the Missing The Megafauna series are included in the Emergent Ecologies exhibit at Kilroy (283 Greene Ave) in Brooklyn. The show opens April 30 and runs through May 22 with a full slate of performances, discussions and film screenings on the weekends.
With “fragmented marks, wandering lines and graffiti-like stains,” London-based Tatawa’s carefully color-calibrated mixed-media paintings honor the artistic self she discovered while living in New York City.
MELT by Tatawa runs through May 27 and is on view at the Adjacent to Life pop-up gallery housed in Ninth Street Espresso (341 E. 10th Street at Ave B, New York City).
image: Tatawa, MELT #9, gesso, acrylic, ink and soft pastels on paper, 12" x 9"
With spontaneity and a buoyant directness, Sumser’s new Cartoon Catharsis series “represents a return from the precise composition” of his epic cartooncharacter universes to the “rough experimentation” of painterly invention.
Cartoon Catharsis: New Paintings by Ray Sumser runs through April 29 and is on view at the Adjacent to Life pop-up gallery housed in Ninth Street Espresso (341 E. 10th Street at Ave B, New York City). There will be a reception for the artist on Thursday, March 31, 6:00 - 8:00 pm.