What Could Possibly Go Wrong
May
25
to Jul 28

What Could Possibly Go Wrong

What could possibly go wrong?

We welcome you to curatorial vision of Stephen Mallon and a night of exploring the work of eleven contemporary artists, all traversing environmental and social challenges we as a society have created.

We are pleased to introduce you to the photography of Sasha Bezzubov who documented the California fires more than a decade ago, as well as Lori Nix’s illustrations of cities being taken back by nature. This exhibition exquisitely visualizes our battle with nature and ourselves.

These personal works of art are all an external manifestation of an apprehensive mood fed by a growing litany of frightening catastrophes, a collection of many destructive crises consuming the world. More than creating a surreal or fantastical landscape as in Ken Ragdale’s work, these images are the mirror of our current environmental predicament. Barry Rosenthal and Alejandro Duran both create a new landscape with the waste they have collected, joining or building its own landscape.

We invite you the viewer to join us in asking what could possibly go wrong?? With all of the terrifying visualizations of our reality, we still have room for play as seen with Dave Cole’s sculptures merging children’s toys with grenades.

Exhibiting artists : Sasha Bezzubov, Dave Cole, Alejandro Duran, Jessica Hargreaves, Sarah Olson, Karen Marston, Eva Nikolva, Lori Nix / Kathleen Gerber Ken Ragsdale, Barry Rosenthal and Zachary Skinner

The exhibition will be at Walnut Hill Fine Art at 551 Warren Hill in Hudson, NY. It is on view May 25th until July 28th.

Reception for the Artists : May 25th 5-7 pm

Curated by Stephen Mallon. stephen@stephenmallon.com 917 554 3871

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Zoë Pawlak : An Impossible Arm to Hold
Apr
20
to May 17

Zoë Pawlak : An Impossible Arm to Hold

In her latest series, An Impossible Arm to Hold, Canadian based painter Zoë Pawlak explores an entirely new body of work. An Impossible Arm to Hold records the tranquility of an object while designating the vessel as a holding space for new ideas, patience, and capacity.

An Impossible Arm to Hold documents how a body can be steady while retaining its power. In her most honest and innovative work to date, Zoë demonstrates how one can maintain wholeness while innovating for further expansion.

Observing the merging worlds of art and design and recording her place in it, Zoë digs deep into her expert use of colour, texture and composition to orient herself, while elevating the vessel as a space for stillness and potential.

Join us in welcoming Zoë Pawlak to Hudson on Saturday, April 20th from 5-7 pm.

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