We’re delighted to announce Friedrich Petzel Gallery’s new show, Channel to the New Image, a group exhibition curated by Jason Murison opening tomorrow, June 30, which features two Ballroom alumni, Barbara Kasten (from our 2010 new show Immaterial) and Roger White (from 2006’s You Are Here). Channel to the New Image groups painters and photographers creating new work with regard to the reception of the image and the control of meaning. In most cases, the subject of the artwork is obscured through a clashing of representation, figuration, and abstraction (without a hierarchy) and/or deploying methods of production to subtly sabotage the readability of the picture as a whole. Each picture’s context becomes dissolved, re-organized, re-formatted or displaced, forcing both poetic and philosophical approaches to the reading of the artwork. The show also features Dana Hoey, Miranda Lichtenstein, Allison Katz, Alex Kwartler, Andrew Masullo, Rebecca Morris, Mariah Robertson, and Dan Torop.
Friedrich Petzel Gallery, Channel to the New Image, June 30 – August 5, 2011, 535 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011. Opening reception tomorrow, June 30, from 6-8 pm.
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