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“Derrame [Accident] 1977,” 2014, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 19.7 inches, is currently on view at the gallery through May 11th in our exhibition “Potential Architecture” featuring paintings, works on paper, and sculpture by Lucy + Jorge Orta. #lucyandjorgeorta #lucyorta #jorgeorta #acrylicpainting #janelombardgallery

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Installation view of Lucy + Jorge Orta’s exhibition “Potential Architecture.” This show focuses on transformation of structures from the #bodyarchitecture at the cellular level to societal shifts portrayed in the #derrame assemblages and paintings. #lucyandjorgeorta #janelombardgallery #acrylicpainting #acrylicpouring #installation #blownglass #argentina #argentinianartist #lucyorta #jorgeorta #chelseagallery

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“Go to the Sea,” 2018 by Squeak Carnwath. Today is the last day to catch our @dallasartfair booth F4. Carnwath’s paintings and works on paper are influenced by natural surroundings, personal experiences and current events. #squeakcarnwath #dallasartfair #dallasartfair2019 #bayareaartist #janelombardgallery

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April showers bring May flowers! Come visit our @dallasartfair booth F4 to see Howard Smith’s “Enigma,” 2012. Smith’s freehand pointillist oil paintings are bright, captivating and reflect a patient practice. #dallasartfair #howardsmith #pointillism #radicalpainting #newyorkartist #brushstrokes

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Join us at @dallasartfair booth F4! We are open to the public from 11AM-7PM today. This shot features works from left to right by: Sarah Dwyer, Carmen Neely, James Clar, #LeeKit and Squeak Carnwath. The second slide is all Lee Kit. #dallasartfair #jamesclar #squeakcarnwath #lightart #artfair #sculpture #paintings #worksonpaper

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#MichaelRakowitz will participate in “A Time for Seditious Speech” this Saturday, April 13th from 1-3:30PM at Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn. “A Time for Seditious Speech” is the fifth seminar in the @veralistcenter’s year long series “Freedom of Speech: Curriculum for Studies into Darkness.” This event is co-curated by @weeksvilleheritagecenter and proposes speech as a call to direct action. Michael joins the conversation moderated by historian and writer @kazembe_balagun, artist @dreadscottart, curator and historian @prithikanaka and media and technology lawyer @nabihasyed. Admission is free - go to the @veralistcenter website to register for tickets. #weeksvilleheritagecenter #brooklyn #artisttalk #directaction #veralistcenter

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“Sapakdy,” 2019 by Sarah Dwyer. Stop by our @dallasartfair booth F4 to see this new oil painting in person. Dwyer creates works that contain elements of figuration and abstraction, her intuition leads the brushstrokes. #intuitivepainting #gestural #dallasartfair2019 #dallasartfair #janelombardgallery #brushstrokes #sarahdwyer

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“Cells,” 2014 by @lucyjorgeorta - this striking work on paper depicts different stages of the cellular life cycle. Lucy + Jorge Orta showcase the natural beauty of cell structures in two dimensional and three dimensional works in “Potential Architecture.” #potentialarchitecture #lucyandjorgeorta #worksonpaper #janelombardgallery #cellart #lucyorta #jorgeorta

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Visit us @dallasartfair, booth F4 from April 11th through the 14th! We are showing James Clar, Squeak Carnwath, Howard Smith, Carmen Neely, Sarah Dwyer, Kristin McIver and Lee Kit. Stop by to view a selection of painting, sculpture, and works on paper. Pictured here is “Double Infinity,” 2019 by James Clar. @_james_clar @sarahdwyer1 @squeakcarnwath @carmeneliz @kristinmciver #leekit #howardsmith #dallasartfair #chelseagallery #internationalartists #artfair #dallasart #fashionindustrygallery

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Installation view of Lucy + Jorge Orta’s “Potential Architecture.” This exhibition features bright gestural paintings and assemblages, hand blown glass and works on paper. #chelseagallery #lucyandjorgeorta #handblownglass #blownglass #worksonpaper #acrylicpainting #derrame #jorgeorta #lucyorta #janelombardgallery #glasssculpture

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@lucyjorgeorta’s “Cells [Diptych],” 2014 is inspired by biological cell processes. These vibrant hand blown glass diptychs were made in collaboration with the @berengostudio in Murano, Italy. Each work has highly unique details as a result of the delicate nature of their fabrication. #handblownglass #lucyandjorgeorta #chelseagallery #scientific-rendering

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Join us on Thursday, April 4th from 6-8PM for the opening reception of Lucy + Jorge Orta’s exhibition “Potential Architecture.” As an international duo, Lucy + Jorge’s symbiotic practice examines social and ecological issues around the world. This vibrant assemblage is “Untitled, Derrame,” 2016, it is made of polyurethane, aluminum stretcher bars, a life preserver, a window frame, recycled water bottles and resin on wood. #potentialarchitecture #lucyandjorgeorta #derrame #artistduo #janelombardgallery #openingreception #chelseagallery #recycledmaterials #assemblage

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Lucy + Jorge Orta have a solo exhibition “Life Guards” opening April 11th spread across three museums, Palazzo Vecchio, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo and @museonovecento in Florence, Italy. This show is part of the “Sustainable Thinking” project presented by Museo Salvatore Ferragamo. The “Life Guards” are inspired by the four basic elements “aira, acqua, fuoco, terra” (air, water, fire, and earth.) #lucyandjorgeorta #museosalvatoreferragamo #palazzovecchio #florence #firenze🇮🇹 #studioorta #sustainablethinking

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“We Still Have Music,” 2017 by Squeak Carnwath. Today is the last day to catch “Not All Black and White.” Stop by the gallery to see her remarkable and timely paintings and works on paper. #oilpaintings #squeakcarnwath #installation #politicalart #chelseagallery #janelombardgallery #gallerywall

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Squeak Carnwath’s “Not All Black and White” closes tomorrow! Here she is pictured with “Send Help,” 2018. This oil painting features handprints, a figure of kissing faces and a candelabra. Carnwath explained that the handprints represent the artist trying to reach out through the work. By using recognizable or relatable shapes, she is connecting with the viewer and sharing themes in a direct manner. #squeakcarnwath #handprint #candelabra #brushstrokes #blackandwhite #artistsoninstagram #wordart #chelseagallery

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“Dirty linen and beads,” 2017 by @janebustin. This bright #tbt work was in our Fall 2017 exhibition “Modern Domestics” with Jane Bustin & Ashley Lyon. Bustin incorporates sentimental materials into her abstract minimalist works. #glassbeads #janebustin #moderndomestics #acrylicpaintings #throwbackthursday #contemporaryminimalism #minimalist

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“Unlock Love,” 2018 by Squeak Carnwath. This is the final week to catch “Not All Black and White” at the gallery. Carnwath carefully applies layers of oil paint with text and adds symbolic exploration of the human experience. #oilpaintings #squeakcarnwath #janelombardgallery #symbolicart #chelseagalleries #paintdrips #politicalart

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We are pleased to announce Lucy + Jorge Orta’s fascinating exhibition “Potential Architecture.” Join us for the opening reception on Thursday, April 4th from 6-8pm. “Potential Architecture” features work from their series “Derrame,” “Totipotent Architecture,” and “Cells [Diptych],” and includes painting, sculpture and works on paper. The work above is “Totipotent Architecture - Les Moulins Resevoirs,” 2008. #lucyandjorgeorta #orta #blownglass #totipotent #potentialarchitecture #janelombardgallery #cellbiology #artandscience #architecture

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Squeak Carnwath’s “Not All Black and White” closes next Saturday, March 30th. Join us this coming week to experience Carnwath’s powerful paintings. #painting #poltical #bayareaartist #chelseaartgallery

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V for Vermin! Stop by the gallery to experience Squeak Carnwath’s “Alphabet for a Season of Corruption,” 2018-2019. The 26 gouache paintings on paper add a playful sentiment to the politically charged exhibition. #notallblackandwhite #squeakcarnwath #pink #gouachepainting #brushstrokes #chelseagallery #politicalart

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@mocacleveland presents a selection of Lee Mingwei’s seminal works in their 50th anniversary celebration. The exhibition “Not a Stranger” features, “Sonic Blossom,” 2013, “The Moving Garden,” 2009, “The Mending Project,” 2009, and pictured here one of the photographs from his series “100 Days with Lily,” 1995. On view through August 11th, the exhibition offers an interactive and unique experience with Mingwei’s practice. #leemingwei #mocacleveland #cleveland #clevelandart #lily #flower

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E for Emolument! “Alphabet for a Season of Corruption,” 2018-2019 by Squeak Carnwath. The gouache paintings on paper offer humorous commentary about the current administration. #squeakcarnwath #chelseaartgallery #janelombardgallery #bayareapainter #brushstrokes #alphabet

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Installation view of Squeak Carnwath’s “Not All Black and White” - John Yau wrote in his recent @hyperallergic exhibition review “Carnwath’s written details connect through association while her writing pulls you into the painting because the letters are often deliberately small. Her openness to the world is a rare thing in a commodity driven scene that values distraction and silliness over responsibility.” #squeakcarnwath #janelombardgallery #notallblackandwhite #bayareapainter #chelseaartgallery

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Our neighbors at @davidzwirner and 534 West 21st Street will be hosting #planbpopup from March 6-9. Visit the pop-up to view @voltashow booths and stop by our gallery to see @squeakcarnwath’s solo exhibition. In support of the Plan B pop-up, we will be staying open until 8PM this Friday, March 8. #chelseaartgallery #voltaartfair #popup #davidzwirner #planb #squeakcarnwath

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“Years from now, when someone wishes to know what it was like to live in the first years after the 2016 presidential election, they should look at Carnwath’s paintings: they are true barometer of our times”. Review of “Not All Black and White” by John Yau now on @hyperallergic, click the link in our bio to read the full article on Carnwath’s resonant exhibition. Featuring the work pictured here “Message in a Bottle,” 2018, oil and alkyd on canvas over panel, 30 x 30 inches. #painting #squeakcarnwath #chelseagallery

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Detail shot of “No Longer,” 2017 by Squeak Carnwath. The artist includes a variety of phrases and stories in her paintings, look closely to see what you uncover. #squeakcarnwath #oilpainting #chelseagallery #detailshot #brushstrokes #exhibition

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Installation view of “Not All Black and White” Squeal Carnwath’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Carnwath is frequently influenced by her surroundings and daily life from the beautiful landscapes of Ireland to slough of news reports about U.S. politics. #squeakcarnwath #chelseagallery #oilpainting #janelombardgallery

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“Alphabet for a Season of Corruption,” 2018-2019 by Squeak Carnwath. L is for Liar - visit the gallery to see this illuminating new series. #squeakcarnwath #gouachepainting #janelombardgallery #brushstrokes #notallblackandwhite #bayareaartist

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“Still Water,” 2018 by Jane Bustin. This delicate work on paper is on view at the Drawing Room Biennial in London from February 20 - March 26, 2019. “Still Water” contains a conversation between the interior and exterior worlds, poetics and play expressed through material matter. #janebustin #drawingbiennial2019 #drawingroom #worksonpaper #auction #londongallery #brushstrokes #subtle #contemporarydrawing #ldnart

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“Is the Sea Watching,” 2018, gouache and graphite on polypropylene, 31 x 30 inches. This work on paper by Squeak Carnwath was created during her residency at Ballinglen Arts Foundation in Ballycastle Ireland. The small coastal town inspired her use of color and poetic text, channeling the essence of the seaside. #ballinglenartsfoundation #worksonpaper #ballycaslte #squeakcarnwath

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Stop by the gallery to see Squeak Carnwath’s second solo exhibition with the gallery “Not All Black and White.” She provokes a call to action in our alarming political landscape. #oilpainting #squeakcarnwath #janelombardgallery #notallblackandwhite #bayareaartist #chelseagallery #nycgallery #brushstrokes

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Squeak Carnwath is pictured here with “No Longer,” 2017. The poetic text in Carnwath’s paintings comes from her own mind along with news snippets from NPR, television or nonfiction books on tape. Visit “Not All Black and White” to see her new paintings in person. This work has a particularly memorable line “Do not let your intellect get in the way of making stuff.” #squeakcarnwath #oilpainting #bayareaartist #chelseagallery #notallblackandwhite #brushstrokes

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Join us tomorrow evening, February 21st from 6-8pm, for the opening of Squeak Carnwath’s “Not All Black and White.” We are pleased to present Carnwath’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, featuring a selection of paintings and works on paper created in response to the United States current political landscape. Pictured here is “Send Help,” 2017, oil and alkyd on canvas, 70 x 70 inches. #squeakcarnwath #painting #worksonpaper #bayareaartist #chelseagallery

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Happy Birthday to James Clar! We hope you are having a wonderful day ☺️. Clar is a multimedia artist focusing in light and video. He currently has work on view at One Liberty Plaza in New York, NY and at @theglucksman in Cork Ireland. #jamesclar #lightart #ledlights #janelombardgallery #videoart #happybirthday

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Today we close “Speaking Power to (Post) Truth” curated by Sara Raza and featuring the work of James Clar, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Shahpour Pouyan, Ergin Cavusoglu, and Mounir Fatmi. We have so enjoyed all the incredible visitor engagement with this show, thank you to everyone who attended the in-conversation series and experienced the exhibition! #speakingpowertoposttruth #globalartists #chelseagalleries

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The clock is ticking! Tomorrow is the last day to catch “Speaking Power to (Post) Truth.” This shot features Shahpour Pouyan’s “Memory Drawings,” 2015-2016 along with Ergin Çavusoglu’s work “Silent Systems,” 2011-2018. #chelseagallery #speakingpowertoposttruth #contemporaryart #sararaza #ergincavusoglu #cctv #closingsoon #streamingvideo #chelseagallery #shahpourpouyan #iranianartist #iraqiarchitecture

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Throwback to Dan Perjovschi’s “Love Punk,” 2018 featured in his solo exhibition “Time of Monsters” last January at Jane Lombard Gallery. #tbt #danperjovschi #lovepunk #happyvalentinesday #punk #throwbackthursday #wordart

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“Gravitational Collapse,” 2018 by James Clar. This sculptural light installation is on view at the One Liberty Plaza lobby - 165 Broadway, New York, NY. The dodecahedron shape was made with a 3D-modeling program and resembles a spherical star undergoing gravitational collapse. The LED work is on view through Monday, March 25. #jamesclar #ledlights #impossibleshape #led #artsbrookfield #onview #nycart #lightsculpture

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We are thrilled to announce our next exhibition “Not All Black and White,” a selection of paintings and works on paper by Squeak Carnwath, opening next Thursday, February 21st. This new series of work focuses on current events and the fraught political climate in the United States. Pictured here is “Loss,” 2016, oil and alkyd on canvas. #womenpainters #oilpainting #politicalart #openingsoon #squeakcarnwath #chelseagalleries

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Join us at the gallery this Saturday, February 9th from 3:30 - 4:30pm to hear artist Shahpour Pouyan in conversation with @nyuart Professor Pepe Karmel. They will talk about the historical and cultural inspiration behind Pouyan’s “Memory Drawings,” 2015-2016, along with his artistic practice and training. #speakingpowertoposttruth #sararaza #shahpourpouyan #pepekarmel #nyuart #iranianartist #prattart #worksonpaper #iraqiarchitecture

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Detail of Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s “Mistake-Out Friedrichstadt,” 2018. The whited out newspaper text on serigraphy board represents the indentations on a wall in the old publishing district of Berlin. The scars were caused by explosions and bullets during World War One and World War Two. The work is featured in our current exhibition “Speaking Power To (Post) Truth,” open through February 16th. #speakingpowertoposttruth #arthistory #berlin

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“Rise in Wage Inequality Following Introduction of Information Technologies,” 2016 by Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens. This vibrant sculpture is in the group show “Dataesthetics” at @foremanartgallery in Québec. The exhibition focuses on a new aesthetic paradigm emerging from the continual transformation of data visualization and is open through March 23rd. Ibghy Lemmens work and live in Durham-Sud, Canada and have a collaborative practice that connects form and construction of the art object to make ideas visible. #datavisualization #ibghylemmens #richardibghyandmariloulemmens #coloredgel #quebecart #canadianartists #collaborativepractice

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“Crossing the Line,” 2015 by Mounir Fatmi. Tonight is the opening reception for “Borders” at @jamescohangallery at 291 Grand Street from 5-7pm! Fatmi is exhibiting his work alongside contemporary artists who engage with political, formal and ideological borders. The show seeks to create a conversation about borders as a place of positive exchange and barrier of exclusion. #pigmentprint #mounirfatmi #borders #jamescohangallery #diptych #contemporaryart #politicalart

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Film still from Ergin Cavusoglu’s “And I Awoke,” 2012. The short film was inspired by a dream the artist had in which he was entwined in rope. Years later, he was struck by the similarity to a scene in Leo Tolstoy’s “Confessions,” where in the writer is suspended in the air. The film explores the influence of our subconscious in uncovering human truths. #ergincavusoglu #janelombardgallery #speakingpowertoposttruth #videostill #tolstoy

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“Quasigrid #17,” 2010 by Howard Smith. This vibrant oil painting was in Smith’s solo exhibition “1 + 1 + 1 ... paintings and works on paper” at the gallery last May. His freehand Quasigrids organize shapes into dynamic arrangements that transmute in relation to the viewers’ perspective. #tbt #throwbackthursday #contemporaryart #radicalpainting #howardsmith #janelombardgallery #oilpaintings

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Still from Mounir Fatmi’s “The Human Factor,” 2018. This 15 minute film applied a post-colonial lens to the formation of Art Deco and exoticism. Fatmi splices scenes from Marcel L’herbier’s “L’inhumaine,” 1924 to disassemble the manifesto of Art Deco by resetting the landscape to North Africa. #mounirfatmi #janelombardgallery #speakingpowertoposttruth #contemporaryart #film #experimentalfilm

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“New Dawn,” 2019 by James Clar will be debuting in our upcoming group exhibition “Speaking Power to (Post) Truth” curated by Sara Raza. “New Dawn” depicts the sun rising and clearing the fog as an allegory for paradoxical social, cultural, and political conditions. Join us January 17th from 6-8pm for the opening reception and to experience this new work. #jamesclar #sculpture #ledsculpture #contemporaryart

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We are pleased to present our winter group exhibition “Speaking Power to (Post) Truth” curated by Sara Raza. This exhibition connects a constellation of five contemporary artists Ergin Çavusoglu, James Clar, Mounir Fatmi, Nadia Kaabi-Linke and Shahpour Pouyan who unite to create a series of patterns that explore the deep historical associations inherent within human consciousness and truth. Join us for the opening reception on Thursday, January 17th from 6-8PM. #contemporaryart #ergincavusoglu #shahpourpouyan #mounirfatmi #jamesclar #nadiakaabilinke #janelombardgallery #openingreception #chelseagalleries #speakingpowertoposttruth #posttruth

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We are celebrating Jorge Orta’s Birthday today! The Argentinian artist has long been an innovator in video, performance, and public art. Getting his start at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario, where he studied both fine art and architecture, which has continued to inform his collaborative practice with Lucy Orta. Their work sheds light on ecological and immigration issues as they champion environmental and social change. Pictured here are Lucy and Jorge Orta in Le Harve, France.

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Happy Birthday Mounir Fatmi! Fatmi was born in Tangiers, Morocco and studied in Rome, Casablanca and Amsterdam. He often uses materials such as antenna cables and typewriters to support his focus on defunct media and the collapse of industrial society. His videos, drawings, installations, paintings and sculptures bring light to our doubts, fears and desires. Fatmi has works on view at @teienartmuseum through Monday January, 14th in Tokyo. #mounirfatmi #janelombardgallery #contemporaryart #photography #videoart #sculpture