The gallery is proud to announce our participation in the 2017 SPRING/BREAK Art Show located at 4 Times Square.  The gallery will be bringing work by Eric Helvie and Matthew Larson for this year's exhibition theme: Black Mirror. 

The 2017 edition of the show takes its inspiration from art history:

Consider the black mirror, a looking glass meant for aesthetic reflection—a way to isolate a subject—once used by Old Masters in landscape painting and portraiture. The apparatus was used for seeing the world in its most basic attributes, enhancing some features, obscuring others.

Likewise, what formal practices of artists today walk this line between showing/not telling or telling/not showing, the tight-walk dance between seven veils, showing just enough skin to be personal and throwing just enough shade to transcend?

Curators might consider the black mirrors of Today, dualities of the artist revealing too much or not enough of the self. The aesthetic black mirrors of creative process may be subject for examination—artworks made under pseudonym, underpainting counterfeits of your mentors, family photos taken expressionistically out of focus, collaged letters from a breakup. Additionally, modern black mirrors in the physical include our out-of-pocket looking glass, an Apple® a day, that Narcissus pond of 1’s and 0’s. Sext acts are a Voodoo doll of signifier/signified, our avatars bordering on occult, a world we wish into our devices a kind of crystal ball.

SPRING/BREAK Art Show will take place at 4 Times Square, 22nd and 23rd floors, February 28–March 6, 2017.

See press write-ups in Artnewsartnet, and Artforum