We're delighted to offer a preview of recent paintings and sculpture by Christopher Winter, a continuation of his 2Q13 Speculative Realism series of 'paintings within paintings', in which he explores a galaxy of supernatural and surrealistic (and sometimes hallucinatory), parallel worlds. In these new works, Winter skillfully hyper-melds time periods, mediums and styles, and reflects on the realities of now, as if through the lens of fearless cubist from the not-so faraway future. To view more works by Christopher Winter, visit his artist's page here →.
Gallery News and Events
Edelman Arts has recently started working with Chashama, a foundation that nurtures artists by transforming unused real estate into studio and presentation spaces. Currently, the program offers free work space to over 85 emerging New York City based artists.
Edelman Arts is proud to support Chashama and would like to invite you to attend an open studio weekend at the Brooklyn Army Terminal on Friday, September 19th from 6 to 10 PM and on Saturday, September 20th from 3 to 9 PM. We hope you can all join us in Brooklyn and check out these great emerging talents. For more event details and to RSVP, please see below.
Fritz Bultman’s wide range of works from his four-decade career are rediscovered in “The Missing Irasible” at Edelman Arts. Most of these large-scale oil painting and paper collages have not been exhibited for several years. BLOUIN ARTINFO spoke with curator Asher Edelman and author Charles Riley to discover more about Bultman's artworks and the life of the elusive artist. (via Artinfo)