Gosia Wlodarczak: Grass: Frost Drawing for Omi

Photo Credit: Longin Sarnecki Drawing is at the heart of Gosia Wlodarczak’s practice. She doesn’t work in a studio. Instead her drawings happen in real time in the exhibition space documenting the present moment as she witnesses it. For example, in 2012, as part of an ongoing series of Frost Drawings, the artist staged an 18-day

Joan Banach

Joan Banach is a New York based artist and writer. In 2000, she received a Guggenheim Fellowship for painting, which led to an exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and a feature in the Dutch literary journal, DeRevisor. Drawings from this exhibition became part of the permanent collection of the Stedelijk Museum. Her paintings were

Lois Dodd: Windows

Night Window - Red Curtain, 1972 Oil on linen 66 x 36 inches (LD76)

Art Omi: Talk with Lois Dodd and Faye Hirsch, March 2017Review of Lois Dodd: Early PaintingsInterview for coverage of Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965 The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi is pleased to present an exhibition of works by the highly renowned and influential American painter Lois Dodd. Dodd was

Nicole Cherubini: there is a road

Photo Credit: kholstomer photography there is a road frames Cherubini’s exploration of sculptural properties and processes, while destabilizing expectations of structural intention. Cherubini utilizes and dismantles familiar applications of material; the fact of clay here is taken for granted in the presence of its mastery and willful misuse. Cherubini drew inspiration for this exhibition from

Remy Jungerman: awe

Photo Credit: kholstomer photography Remy Jungerman creates sculptural relief works which bring to mind modernist architecture, beams, window lintels, tracks and building blocks. Jungerman’s strong linear compositions, punctuated by lines and blocks of color conjure the paintings of Piet Mondrian and the De Stijl movement in Dutch Modernist design and architecture which was characterized by

Charley Friedman: Looking at the Sun

Charley Friedman is a multi-disciplinary artist whose body of work explores themes of self-identity and how we perceive and categorize ourselves and those around us. His language is generally playful and investigative, using variety of media including performance, sculpture, photography and drawing. In the gallery, Omi presents Looking at the Sun, an expansive exhibition of Friedman’s

Iran do Espírito Santo

Works in the gallery were on view from March 19 – May 15, 2016. These pieces included three watercolor paintings and a street pole sculpture carved from black granite. These works further reflect Santo’s attention to texture and surface quality of an object; the small drawings of smooth, painterly brick “pattern” echo back to the

Susanne Kühn

The compositions of Susanne Kühn’s paintings are tight, compartmentalized and typically feature a solitary female figure that exists in a surreal tangle of architecture and landscape. The women in her paintings are clad in contemporary garb, often avoiding the viewers’ gaze. These introspective subjects are seemingly lost in contemplative thought or action, perhaps searching for

Anne Lindberg: fold and unfold

fold and unfold, 2015Egyptian cotton thread, staples field drawing 03, field drawing 04, unfold 03, 2015Graphite drawings on paper Anne Lindberg’s sculptures and drawings tap a non-verbal physiological landscape of body and space, which often provoke emotional, visceral and perceptual responses. Lindberg works with an expanded definition of drawing languages, and is influenced by the

Alain Kirili + James Siena: Linear Elements

Alain Kirili, Iron Calligraphy, 2015, Forged Iron, 70″ x 106″James Siena, Contents May Differ, 2014. bronze, 29-1/2″ x 29-1/2″ x 25-1/4″James Siena, Ilya Prigogine, 2011-2014. bronze, 13-3/4″ x 29″ x 16-3/8″ The two person exhibition, Linear Elements, presents recent drawings and sculptures by Alain Kirili and James Siena. Says exhibition curator Nicole Hayes, “the work of both Kirili and