The Gallery at ATLAS and SARDINE are pleased to present SILENT SHOUT a group show curated by Lacey Fekishazy. SILENT SHOUT will feature recent work by Maria Calandra, Andy Cross, Gabriel Hurier, Elisa Lendvay, Eva LeWitt, Dana Powell, Karen Tepaz and Tim Wilson.
The show will open at noon in conjunction with Newburgh Open Studios 2016 on Saturday, September 24 and a reception will be held that evening from 7 to 9pm. Gallery Hours are Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 pm and by appointment through Sunday, October 9, 2016.
From curator LF:
“SILENT SHOUT is comprised of a group of eight artists with diverse practices. Silently, and subtly they work with their hands, but their art shouts back at you. Using quiet humor, strong palettes, and repetitious mark making; these artists express an experimental urgency and overall joy in the creative process. Their work reverberates as if it were a strong shout from the artist’s inner core.”
Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of Cornell Universityʼs MFA program and has previously exhibited with SARDINE, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Shrine and Romeo. She is the creator of the blog Pencil in the Studio.
Andy Cross (b. 1979, Williamsburg, Virginia) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Cross received a MFA from Hunter College in 2005. His work has been exhibited in New York and Internationally. A larger installation titled “House Painter” received a solo show at the Max Mara, Maramotti Family Museum and Collection in Regio Emilia, Italy (2013). In New York and Brooklyn he has had 5 solo exhibitions with Martos (2013), Kravets Wehby (2006), Cathouse Funeral (2014), and Sardine (2014 / 2016). He has also had solo projects with Mario Diacono in Boston, Massachusetts (2005/2007).
Gabriel Hurier was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and lives and works in Newburgh, New York. He studied painting and printmaking at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has participated in numerous group shows in the New York area including Gallery 128 and ATM Gallery, and has also shown in Chicago, San Diego, Cincinnati, Zagreb, and Singapore.
Elisa Lendvay (b. 1975, Dallas, TX) holds an MFA in Sculpture from Bard College and a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and Bennington College. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at Jason McCoy Gallery, New York, Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, and group shows at Kansas Gallery, New York; Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York; Rare Gallery, New York; Lesley Heller Workspace, New York; TSA, Brooklyn; Daily Operation, Brooklyn; Orgy Park, Brooklyn; and Klaus Von Nichtssagend, New York, among others. She lives and works in Queens and Brooklyn and just received a Newburgh Relocation Grant from the Orange County NY Arts Council.
Eva LeWitt lives and works in New York, New York. She holds a BFA in Art from Bard College. She has shown in New York and internationally. Recently her work has been featured in a solo show at Gallery OneTwentyEight in New York and a group show London’s Studio_Leigh Gallery.
Dana Powell (b. 1989, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) received her BFA from The Cooper Union in 2015. Her first solo exhibition, Life Paintings, concluded a three month residency with The Still House Group (2016, Brooklyn, NY). Her work has been included in group exhibitions High and Tight, to_____bridges_____ (2016, Bronx, NY) and Shrines to Speed, Leila Heller (2016, New York, NY).
Karen Tepaz is a sculptor that works and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a BFA in Ceramics from Cal State Long Beach and a MFA in Sculpture from Yale University 2013. She has shown in group shows in California and New York City, and was recently apart of a group show “Portrait of a Landscape” at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center at BMCC.
Tim Wilson was born in Virginia and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Wilson received his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1993 and his MFA from Yale University in 2013. He has had solo shows with Schroeder Romero, 31 Grand, and SARDINE in New York and Bucheon Gallery in San Francisco.
Lacey Fekishazy grew up in Newburgh, New York and currently lives and works there. She holds a BFA in Painting from SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, New York and an MFA in Art from Queens College CUNY, Flushing, New York. Fekishazy founded an art gallery called SARDINE in Bushwick, Brooklyn in 2011. As part of Newburgh Open Studios, she also organizes Glenlily Grounds, an outdoor exhibition now in its third year.
Founded in 1993 by Thomas Wright and Joseph Fratesi, Atlas Industries is a multi-disciplinary design and manufacturing firm integrating interiors, furniture and objects in a craft-based sensibility. In 2013, after being based in Brooklyn for twenty-two years, they moved to Newburgh, in New York’s Hudson Valley. Newburgh is now home to their studio and shop, where they design, prototype, invent, build, and produce their work as well as run Atlas Studios. ATLAS is an historic industrial building converted into workshops & studios for artists, makers, entrepreneurs, and creative professionals seeking space in a dynamic environment. Dating to 1920, the building belongs to an era when Newburgh was a thriving industrial center with, among other things, large-scale textile manufacturing.
The Gallery at ATLAS is located at 11 Spring Street in Newburgh, NY 12550. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from noon - 6pm or by appointment.
A special thanks to Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor of Newburgh Art Supply for organizing the sixth annual edition of Newburgh Open Studios and to Hannah Anderson and Emilia Norat of Atlas Studios for all their efforts and help, and to Newburgh Brewing Company and Palate Wines for their incredible generosity.
Contact: Lacey Fekishazy at 914.805.1974 or email@example.com.