SOLO EXHIBITION, April 6 - May13, 2017
As Above So Below, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY
“Tis true without lying, certain and most true. That which is below is like that which is above and that which is above is like that which is below.” – Isaac Newton
Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to present As Above So Below, the gallery’s second solo exhibition with Korean-American artist, Cathy Choi. Like a mirror, water seductively reflects the sky or heavens above. Similarly, Choi’s work reflects their environment and the presence of the viewer in front of them, elegantly commanding attention and observation. Choi paints with pigmented resin, pouring thin layers of color. The luminosity and fluid, changeable shape of water is recalled in areas of cascading color floating atop one another. The artist does not intend for the work to be a literal representation of natural elements. Instead, Choi uses these references to point toward spiritual notions of purity and cleansing. Choi’s process of selecting colors and parameters for her work is balanced by the quick decisions necessary when working with resin. Since the material dries quickly, the artist has described the medium as one that stimulates an impulsive drive, facilitating an intuitive response that “flows from within and becomes an innate response with no predetermined end.”
JAN 15 - APRIL 30, 2017
RED MATTERS, HUNTERDON ART MUSEUM. CLINTON, NEW JERSEY
50 SHADES OF RED: AMHERST UNIVERSITY, HERTER GALLERY
CURATED BY ANNE LAPRADE SEUTHE, KATHLEEN JACOBS, AND TREVOR RICHARDSON
February 28 – March 24, 2016,
Opening Reception: Sunday, Feb. 28, 2 - 4 p.m, Herter Gallery
50 Shades of Red is an exhibition curated collaboratively by Anne LaPrade Seuthe, director of Hampden Gallery, Kathleen Jacobs, Director of Blueway Art Alliance, and Trevor Richardson, Director of Herter Gallery. Together, they have selected a broad range of works (both abstract and figurative) from 50 artists, in which the color red - or some variant thereof - plays a dominant role in the creation of the finished image. The exhibition title has been annexed from the novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" by E.L. James. In this instance we have chosen the color Red because of its rich historical, religious, and cultural associations. Red has come to represent an extraordinarily important component of both our mental and physical experience of the world. It calls up a broad spectrum of human impulses, moods, and intellectually conditioned forms of response, and whatever is special and persists in the mind about our experience of it must basically be seen rather than said. It is the intention of the curators to present a broad range of works—both abstract and figurative—in various media by 50 artists, in which the color red — or some variant thereof — plays a dominant role in the creation of the finished image.
The exhibition features the work of the following 50 artists: Teresa Bonillo, Paul Bowen, David Brewster, Dina Brodsky, Steve Budington, Mel Carr, Cathy Choi, Michael Coblyn, Jeanette Cole, Joyce Conlon, Jesse Connor, Diana Cooper, Richard Cumming, Sally Curcio, Hanlyn Davies, Peter Dellert, Bill Donovan, Thom Dudley, Lyla Duey, Rick Fox, Joanne Freeman, Paul Goss, Linda Griggs, John Haverty, Kathleen Jacobs, Alex Kanevsky, Ken Kewley, Sharon Ligorner, SaraNoa Mark, Maureen McQuillan, Dean Momogenis, Aliza Morell, Susan Osgood, Maria Park, Dana Pasila, Gary Petersen, Rozanne Retz, John Roy, David Scher, Dale Schlappi, Mary Sherman with TCE, Stuart Shils, Al Souza, Jessica Tam, Jennifer Tibbetts, Jeremy Willis, Richard Yarde, Daniel Zeller, Deborah Zlotsky Herter Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 11 am to 4pm and Sunday 1-4pm. (closed Saturdays) The exhibition is free and open to the public For more information contact Herter Gallery Director Trevor Richardson at 413. 545.0976 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pulse Miami December 1 - December 5,
2015 Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue Miami, FL 33140
Join us at PULSE Miami Beach, December 1-5 at Indian Beach Park,
Margaret Thatcher Projects, booth N-213.
We have fantastic new works by Omar Chacon, Cathy Choi, Tegene Kunbi and Nobu Fukui as well as works available by Heidi Spector, Venske & Spänle and Ted Larsen! Please feel free to get in touch with any questions or for an admission pass. See you there!
September 10 - October 17, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 10th, 6 - 8 PM
Heidi Van Wieren
Thatcher Projects is pleased to present Vibrations, a group exhibition featuring work by Cathy Choi, Nava Lubelski, Heidi Spector and Heidi van Wieren. For each, vibration manifests itself as a source of inspiration and methodology.