American artist Brian Huber and the elegance of natural patterns
Le Dame Art Gallery is delighted to present American artist Brian Huber in his first UK Solo Show. Brian’s work is based on the abstraction of landscapes, architectural elements and the impact of man on the natural world. Raised in New Orleans, Brian was influenced not only by an unconstrained culture and the rhythmic motions of blues and jazz, but also an environment where hurricanes could change or destroy everything in minutes.
Brian transforms landscapes and man made forms into something new. His pieces represent physical changes on a grand scale —anything from the construction of a beautiful building to the devastation of a man-made disaster.
Brian cuts and manipulates giant sheets of acrylic paint to create the distinctively sculptural texture of his pieces. The constant change of light and shadow alters the color and pattern of his creations, breathing life into them.
The show will present the Braided and Circle Back series investigating the way we consume reality, playing with light and shadow on wrought ironwork found throughout New Orleans. An abstracted interpretation of the braided rivers and glacial moraines of the Denali Alaska landscape is the focus of Braided.
In January 2017, Brian was among the 70 artists selected for the Artrooms Fair, gaining recognition among collectors and galleries. He recently was shown at the Los Angeles Art Fair and the Palm Springs Art Fair and has an upcoming solo shows in San Miguel de Allende Mexico and Mexico City.
Le Dame Art Gallery is proud to invite London’s art lovers to discover the ultimate elegance of Brian’s works.
The exhibition will run until the 3rd of June 2017.
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Open Call Artrooms 2018
10 May 2017
Held in high esteem from participating artists and attendees, and with record-breaking sales on its third edition, Artrooms team is currently working towards its 4th edition and eagerly awaiting for the artists applications. For Founder Cristina Cellini Antonini: “Artrooms’ aim is to facilitate the quest for galleries and collectors to find tomorrow’s next big star”. Nonetheless, the fair is already fulfilling its purpose, in its last edition artists were selected by several galleries and acquired by important corporate collections.
Artrooms is the only fair in the world offering free exhibition space to independent artists looking to emerge into the London Art Market and eager to be scouted by art galleries. If you are an artist and wish to be part of Artrooms, we invite you to apply to the 2018 edition. Applications are now open!
The deadline to apply for the 2018 edition is end of June 2017.
“An Open Letter to the Art Collector”
We also invite artists to join the “An Open Letter to the Art Collector” project which explores the relationship between the artist and art collectors. The project started on the Artrooms 2017 edition and it is a series of experiments, installations and essays investigating the complexity of the relationship between the artist and the collector. Artists around the world are invited to write a letter to express their ideas, feelings, experiences and maybe expectations towards the imaginary of the collector, the letter can be anything that the artist establish as one, there are no limits. The most interesting letters will be selected for an installation and/or other publication. If you are interested in being part of the project, please send us your kind of letter (hand-written/ hand-done or creatively-done) until the 15 of September 2017 to Artrooms Fair Ltd c/o Collective, 110 Hampstead Rd, London NW1 2LS.
“Call for Curators”
On the other hand, the “Call for Curators” is the leading light for Artrooms’ next edition. It is a fantastic opportunity for 8 emerging curators under the age of 30 to work with Artrooms. We are looking for curators that have the ability to develop a site-responsive project but also capable of presenting a proposal that is conceptually rigorous and focus on projects or innovative themes that are engaging and relevant to the concept of Artrooms. In addition to be working with us during the fair, our chosen curators will also take their places on our prestigious Selection Committee and write an essay for the Artrooms 2018 catalogue. Closing date for applications is 15 June 2017.
For receiving more information about applying to Artrooms 2018 edition, the Call for Curators and the Artrooms “An Open Letter to the Art Collector” project, email email@example.com and follow @artroomslondon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.