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BravinLee Programs Presents: "AMERICHOLIA," A Solo Exhibition Featuring the Works of Naive Modernist Painter, Gabe Langholtz
12/5/2017


“AMERICHOLIA,” an exhibition of paintings by Gabe Langholtz, demonstrates the artist’s interest in creating images that are both evocative and elusive. Often reminiscent of crime scene photographs, the various works are presented piecemeal so as to not generate any kind of specific or literal narrative. Although Langholtz avoids assigning specific symbolic meanings—so that each viewer can interpret the works on their own terms—he does acknowledge that the dual themes of pathos and malaise are present in his imagery. Executed in a style which brings forward the legacy of Giorgio Morandi and Milton Avery, Langholtz's small canvases reinvent the still life genre for the 21st century.

Sitting Still in NYC
10/11/2017


Excited to be part of the upcoming exhibition, Sitting Still - a show of 50 Still Lifes from historical and contemporary painters - at BravinLee Programs in NYC opening Thursday October 19th.

SITTING STILL
Benny Andrews John Atherton William Bailey Andre Bauchant Romare Bearden Sarah Bereza Irving Block Chris Bogia Brandon E. Cannon Ginny Casey Jonathan Chapline Holly Coulis Robert De Niro, Sr. Janet Fish German School 1620 Michael Goldberg Morris Graves Greg Haberny Valerie Hegarty Daniel Horowitz Catherine Howe Royal Jarmon Gwen John Lester Johnson Charles Jones Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Kurt Knobelsdorf Hein Koh Robert Kulicke Gabe Langholtz Karen Lederer Stanley Lewis Fabian Marcaccio Louisa Mathiasdottir John McLaughlin Tracy Miller Walter Tandy Murch Liz Nielsen Thomas Nozkowski Alfonso Ossorio Richard Pasquarelli Irene Rice Pereira Fairfield Porter Mark Posey Michael Rees Charlie Ritchie Walter Robinson Tom Sanford E.M. Saniga Katy Schneider Peter Schenck Pavel Tchelitchew George Tooker Helen Torr Tom Wesselmann John Wilde Alexi Worth  
 
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