Kent Williams

Blond Natalia in Studio Arrangement
2010, oil on linen, 44×48 in., 112×122 cm.

Poster for the exhibition in the vitrine outside the museum.

1962, 2010, oil on linen, 62×56 in., 157×142 cm.

ART FROM THE NEW WORLD: Group Exhibition | May 15 – August 22
Private Opening Reception: Friday, May 14, 6:30 – 10:30pm
Opens to public Saturday, May 1st and will be on view 7 days a week until the close of the show.
Queen’s Road, Bristol, BS8 1RL, UK
Tel: +44 (0)117 922 3571

Corey Helford Gallery, LA and Bristol’s City Museum & Art Gallery present Art From The New World– a big brash exhibition of the new American art scene.

The exhibition features a collection of 45 new works by a diverse range of some of the finest emerging and noted living US urban and new contemporary artists, spanning the artistic spectrum from pop surreal to neo-figurative to street.

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The HYBRID PROJECT is a collaborative partnership between selected local artists and Peter Liashkov. Each participant is invited to select one of Peter’s life size silhouettes, drawn or painted on synskin (a translucent fiberglass paper) and then rework it in his/her own manner. The reworking can take the form of painting, drawing, printing, projection or sculpture.

The first exhibition of these works was held at Blackgate Space in Silverlake, CA in the spring of 2009. In May of 2010 there will be a second exhibition of the Hybrid Project at the Avenue 50 Studio in Highland Park, CA. Kent Williams, Oksana Badrak, Craig Havens, Richard Houston, Nancy Kyes, Rebeca Mendez, Ramon Munoz, Miguel Angel Murillo, Trevor Norris, Pierre Picot, Francesco Siquieiros, J. Michael Walker, Ruth Weisberg, Ingrid Sydow, Pen Tsou, Poli Marishal, Marianne Sadowski and Carlos Flores have agreed to collaborate in this exhibition.

Opening Night Reception: Saturday, May 8, 2010 from 7–10 pm
Exhibition runs May 8–June 6, 2010

RE-PRESENTING THE NUDE: Group Exhibition curated by John O’Hern
July 2–30, 2010 | Opening reception Friday evening 5 – 8 pm
Private view on Thursday, July 1 | By invitation only
EVOKE Contemporary
130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite F
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

”The body and its senses are our tools for experiencing the world and each other. The ineffable energy that animates the body opens up worlds within and without.” John O’Hern is Santa Fe Editor of American Art Collector and Western Art Collector magazines and was Executive Director and Curator of the Arnot Art Museum where he originated the innovative biennial exhibitions of contemporary realism, “Re-Presenting Representation.”


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