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“Clear Headed,” 2018 by Max Colby. Their work in textile, painting and embroidery is both graceful and maximalist. Colby has a precise hand when creating these bold soft sculptures. #embroidery #maxcolby #janelombardgallery #abodyofworkjlg #chelseagallery #maximalist #softsculpture

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“Patch Me,” 2018 by Juan Neira. The Chicago-based artist earned his MFA at SAIC in 2019. The artist calls the process of working with fabrics “hostile” because there is unseen tension created in the bondage of hundreds of threads. #abodyofworkjlg #janelombardgallery #juanneira #saic #fabricart #wovenart #blackpaint #chelseagallery

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“Body l - The Building Body Series,” 2018, clothes, pillows, and fabric scraps on stretched canvas,” by Júlia Brandão. In this series Brandão subverts a conventional stretched canvas. By pushing the physical boundaries of the two-dimensional medium, she contorts and modifies the interiors of the sculpture with padding to reveal an underbelly materials. Evoking the emergence of a new figure where the traditional form is broken. #juliabrandão #abodyofworkjlg #summergroupshow #chelseagallery #textile #sculpture

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The artist @margauxcrump created the Blushing Bruising series in “A Body of Work.” She made captivating salt crystals on silks using makeup as the pigment. She uses photographs of blushes and bruises on her own body as inspiration. #margauxcrump #janelombardgallery #worksonsilk #summergroupshow #abodyofworl

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Pictured here is Carmen Neely at her @mccollcenter residency in Charlotte, North Carolina. She will be making artwork in their studios through August 13th. #northcarolinaartist #mccollcenter #carmenneely #artistinstudio #gesturalpainting #gesturalabstraction #contemporaryart Photo by @chrisedwardsphoto 📸

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The works in this #installation shot from left to right are by Anneli Goeller, Juan Neira and Max Colby. Each artist in “A Body of Work” contributed their interpretation of corporality and humanity. #contemporaryart #softsculpture #onlineidentity #chelseagallery #maxcolby #anneligoeller #juanneira #abodyofworkjlg #cementart

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“I Like the Way It Feels, Brown,” 2019 by Ryan Wilde. The artist pursued her interest in feminist soft sculpture starting in 2016 and expanded her hat-making practice to create art objects as well. This work incorporates real human hair. #ryanwilde #hatmaking #chelseagallery #groupexhibition #abodyofworkjlg #hairart #contemporaryart

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“Act of Displacement,” 2018, Processed silk on velvet, 42 X 29 inches, by Julia Brandão. The artist’s worn clothing is bleached of its original colors reveling subtle changes in the material. She then stitches the layers of silk together like a body reconfigured. #textile #tapestries #silk #abodyofwork #summergroupshow

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Summer is in full swing, “A Body of Work” is on view through August! The gallery is open M-F 10am - 5pm. Don’t miss this imaginative and evocative exhibition. #ryanwilde #maxcolby #anneligoeller #juanneira #juliabrandao #margauxcrump #shehabawad #summergroupshow #chelseagallery

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Congratulations to all the artists and the curator, Shehab Awad, on the opening of “A Body of Work” ! We were so glad that some of them could join us last night to celebrate the exhibition. “A Body of Work” investigates and unravels our corporal and metaphysical relationships to the human body, open through August 16th. #abodyofwork #artists #chelseagallery #openingreception #shehabawad #juliabrandao #maxcolby #juanneira #margauxcrump #ryanwilde #anneligoeller

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Opening tonight “A Body of Work,” curated by Shehab Awad. Stop by from 6-8pm for the reception. The exhibition features the work of six artists using sculpture, textiles, and collage to investigate the body. Pictured here is “Leather Mommy,” 2019, tweed and leather, by Ryan Wilde. #ryanwilde #shehabawad #leather #chelseagallery #summergroupshow

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“No Memorials For the Martyrs,” 2018 by Juan Neira. This work is made of concrete finisher and fabrics and visually expresses feelings of emptiness while externally appearing weighty. #janelombardgallery #juanneira #concrete #saic #chicagoartist

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Thank you for visiting the gallery and engaging with Teppei Kaneuji’s solo exhibition “Plastic Barricade.” Kaneuji’s multidisciplinary practice features painterly pops of color, bright sculptures and distorted iconography. 🎇The gallery will reopen on Wednesday, July 10th for our summer group show, #abodyofwork curated by @shehabawad. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. #teppeikaneuji #plasticbarricade #janelombardgallery #kyotoart #chelseagallery #contemporaryart #lenticular #sculpture #summergroupshow

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Installation view of Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade.” In his mobiles and lenticular paintings, Kaneuji incites new narratives into commonplace visuals creating a vivid dialogue between sculpture and painting. #teppeikaneuji #visualnarrative #lenticularart #plasticbarricade #janelombardgallery #closingsoon

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Summer hours have begun! We are open Monday - Friday from 10-5. Don’t miss Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade,” open through Wednesday, July 3rd. Throughout the exhibition, Kaneuji references Pop Art and recontextualizes familiar imagery to form colorful collages and mobiles. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #mobiles #collages #lenticular #kyotoart #chelseagallery #plasticbarricade This vibrant work is “ZONES (House) #2,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji.

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Teppei Kaneuji’s “Ghost in the Liquid Room (Make-up Shadow/Mobile) #S”, 2019. The abstract mobile dangles with glossy and vivid objects, sourced from magazine cosmetic advertisements and children’s playthings. Kaneuji toys with the aesthetics of consumerism. #playful #artwork #mobiles #teppeikaneuji #ghostintheliquidroom #plasticbarricade

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“ZONES (Station) #1,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. “Plastic Barricade” is open through Wednesday, July 3rd. Be sure to stop by the gallery to see Kaneuji’s new lenticular works. He uses reflective stickers, well-known imagery and holographic stickers to create these playful and absurd paintings. #teppeikaneuji #plasticbarricade #janelombardgallery #lenticular #stickers #reflective #chelseagalleries

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Join us Wednesday, July 10th from 6-8pm for the opening reception of “A Body of Work.” Our summer group show is curated by Shehab Awad and features the work of Júlia Brandão, Max Colby, Margaux Crump, Anneli Goeller, Juan Neira, and Ryan Wilde. The artists implicate the body in various ways, exploring memory, domesticity, and identity. “Hotbed,” 2018, crystal and plastic beads, sequins, found fabric, trim, costume jewelry, polyester bartering, and thread, 14 x 14 x 17 inches, by Max Colby. #summergroupshow #janelombardgallery #bodyidentity #juliabrandao #maxcolby #margauxcrump #anneligoeller #juanneira #ryanwilde #shehabawad

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Cool off with Teppei Kaneuji’s snowy installation, “HAKUCHIZU (white map),” 2019. This dioramic show-covered landscape is made from plastic toys, household objects, and plaster powder. The poured formations “freeze” and hold the objects in suspended animation. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #plasticbarricade #kyoto #japanesetoys #installation #chelseagallery

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Detail of “ZONES (Mountain) #1,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. Kaneuji’s practice centers around recognizable figures including toys, pop culture, and anime. He utilizes lenticular stickers in his new ZONES series. Stop by to see how they shapeshift. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #chelseagallery #kyotoartist #plasticbarricade

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“Sleep Al Naim,” by Mounir Fatmi is part of “I’m Always in the Field of the Other” exhibition at @muzeevliyagil in Ankara, Turkey. The film features Salman Rushdie and the imagery Fatmi chose is a direct reference to Andy Warhol’s minimalist pop experimental film “Sleep,” 1963. Fatmi’s film is on view through July 14th. #mounirfatmi #contemporaryart #experimentalvideo #evliyagilmuseum

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Detail shot of “HAKUCHIZU (white map),” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. This work features a range of Japanese toys and household objects. Stop by the gallery to see Kaneuji’s bright sculptural artwork. #teppeikaneuji #plasticbarricade #plasterart #janelombardgallery #details

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“Life Guard Aira,” 2019 and “Life Guard Amazonia,” 2019 by Lucy + Jorge Orta on view at @museonovecento in Florence through July 4th. For the “Life Guard Aira,” the artists channel Air and Flight with the silk parachute made from fabric scraps and white glove feathers. The masked figure evokes responsiveness and urgency, dragging a stretched bed. For “Life Guard Amazonia” mother earth is depicted with flowers and plants attached to the figure. The Ortas bring attention to the Amazon rainforest for having the highest concentration of biodiversity per square meter. #sustainablethinking #palazzovecchio #museoferragamo #lucyandjorgeorta #studioorta

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“ZONES” by Teppei Kaneuji are featured in “Plastic Barricade.” The exhibition highlights a new series of works combining lenticular posters and oil paint. #teppeikaneuji #chelseagallery #lenticularworks

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#MichaelRakowitz installation view at his survey at @whitechapelgallery in London. These life-sized recreations of reliefs were located at Northwest Palace of Nimrud and destroyed by ISIS in 2015 are are among other objects created over the course of a decade for an ongoing project “The invisible enemy should not exist,” 2007-ongoing. Rakowitz remakes the artifacts from packaging such as date syrup cans as a nod to the once-lucrative date industry in Iraq. This retrospective is on view through August 25th. #iraqifood #whitechapelgallery #whitechapel #iraqiartist #londonart #LDN

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Teppei Kaneuji’s “ZONES (Museum) #1,” and “ZONES (Station) #1” are fusions of materials. Kaneuji layers lenticular cutouts, reflective tape, and oil paint on wood panel. “Plastic Barricade” is on view through July 3rd. #lenticularart #teppeikaneuji #painting #collage #chelseagallery

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Howard Smith, “Red,” oil on canvas, 30 x 28 inches. Smith’s vibrant color choice illuminates the highly detailed brush marks in which he incorporates delicate pointillist dots across the strokes of red. #howardsmith #oilpaintings #pointillistpainter #radicalpainting

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“ZONES (House) #3,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. In the ZONES series, Kaneuji explores formal techniques by flattening the linear space of the composition and adding reflective tape with painted geometric forms. #teppeikaneuji #reflectivetape #plasticbarricade #geometricshapes #lenticular #kyotoartist

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“Games, Dance, and the Constructions (unfinished plywood) #1,” 2015 by #TeppeiKaneuji. This transfixing work is on view at the gallery. Kaneuji’s practice celebrates infinite possibilities discovered in everyday objects and emphasizes the importance of “encountering things that seem familiar, but that we do not really understand.” #plasticbarricade #janelombardgallery #contemporaryart #plywoodart #kyotoartist #daliesque

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Installation view of Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade” featuring his mobile series. He incorporates dissected images from cosmetic ads to create these lush and dimensional sculptures. #teppeikaneuji #plasticbarricade #mobile

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Carmen Neely is pictured with her sculpture “Selena,” 2019. Stop by the @mccollcenter in Charlotte, North Carolina for their Open House tonight from 6-9pm. Carmen Neely is one of the 2019 Artists-in-Residence. #mccollcenter #carmenneely #artistinresidence #charlottenorthcarolina #charlotteartscene #northcarolinaartist #sculpture Photo by @lorraineturi 📷.

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“ZONES (Mountain) #1,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. The artist embraces playful methods of engagement with materiality. His recontextualizations examine the passage of time and environmental issues while suggesting a critical analysis of consumerism. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #lenticularart #holographicart #japaneseartist #kyotoartist

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Scenes from @whitechapelgallery’s #MichaelRakowitz Survey opening! The exhibition features the artist’s most important projects over two decades. The dynamic installations draw on architecture, cultural artifacts, cuisine and geopolitics from 750BC to today. Visit #whitechapelgallery to see Michael Rakowitz’s enormius body of work. #londonart #contemporaryart #rakowitz #iraqiartist

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Detail shot of “HAKUCHIZU (white map),” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. #detail #installationart #plaster #teppeikaneuji #plasticbarricade #janelombardgallery

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Installation view of Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade.” In this exhibition, he examines mass consumerism through the repurposing of everyday materials. “HAKUCHIZU (White Map)” explores the beautification of the mundane by covering plastic objects with a snow-like powder. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #chelseagallery #japaneseartist #plasticbarricade

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“Putting in the work (a third time),” 2018 by Carmen Neely. This #tbt shot is from our @untitledartfair Miami booth last winter. Neely earned an MFA in Studio Art from The University of North Carolina, Greensboro in 2016. Her work combines gestural brushstrokes with emotionally-charged found materials along with abstract shapes. #gesturalpainting #carmenneely #brushstrokes #janelombardgallery #untitledmiami #untitledartfair

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“Ghost in the Liquid Room (Make-up Shadow/Mobile) #L,” 2019 by Teppei Kaneuji. This gravity-defying mobile incorporates a bottle of cleaning fluid, cut-outs of glittery liquid shapes along with abstract plastic objects. #plasticbarricade #teppeikaneuji #objectart #mobile #japaneseartist #cutout

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Step into Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade,” on view through July 3rd. The exhibition features a large scale installation, lenticular paintings, and mobiles. Kaneuji toys with themes on excess of consumer and popular culture. #contemporaryartinstallation #popculture #contemporaryjapaneseart #teppeikaneuji

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Happy Birthday @squeakcarnwath we hope you are enjoying a wonderful day! Squeak Carnwath is a Bay Area based artist. Her recent exhibition “Not All Black and White” featured works on paper from her residency in Ballycastle Ireland and politically rigorous paintings responding to anxieties raised by the current U.S. government. #squeakcarnwath #contemporaryart #painting

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Yuko Mohri is in “Weavers of Worlds: A Century of Flux in Japanese Modern/Contemporary Art” at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. This exhibition was in line with the grand reopening of the museum after renovation. Her site-specific installation will be on view through Sunday, June 16. #tokyo #museumofcontemporaryarttokyo #yukomohri #installationart #contemporaryjapaneseart #contemporaryartinstallation

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“ZONES (House) #1,” 2019, oil paint, lenticular poster, reflective sticker on wood panel, 31.5 x 29.5 inches, by Teppei Kaneuji. This lenticular work is featured in our upcoming exhibition “Plastic Barricade” opening Thursday May 23rd! #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #lenticular

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“Piece for Cichlid Fish, Visual Landmarks, and Shrimp, from the series Anthology of Performance Pieces for Animals,” 2018 by Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens. This work is in the @fiskarsvillagebiennale in Uusimaa, Finland and opens at 11am on Sunday, May 19th. For this series, #IbghyLemmens Draw upon experiments conducted in laboratories by psychologists, biologists and zoologists and explores the cognitive abilities of animals. The Fiskars Village Biennale is open through September 15th. #sculpture #abstraction #abstractsculpture #fiskarsvillage #fiskarsvillagebiennale

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Squeak Carnwath’s “Nina,” 2015 Oil and alkyd on canvas over panel, 70 x 60 inches, is on view at the Fredrick R. Weisman Museum of Art @pepperdine. The exhibition “How the Mind Works” opens tomorrow, Saturday May 18th! There will be a opening reception from 2-4pm on Sunday, May 19th. #squeakcarnwath #oilpaintings #losangelesart #weismanmuseum #pepperdineuniversity

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Teppei Kaneuji’s “Plastic Barricade” opens on Thursday, May 23! The Kyoto-based artist takes an irreverent approach to mundane subject matter while embracing playful methods of engagement with materiality. This work is “HAKUCHIZU,” 2019. #teppeikaneuji #janelombardgallery #kyotoartist #sculpture #mixedmediasculpture

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“Normal Distribution of US Adult Male Statues,” 2018 by Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens. #ibghylemmens #janelombardgallery #worksonpaper #canadianartists For sales inquiries email info@janelombardgallery.com

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The “Memories of Earth” group exhibition at 870 Park Avenue has been extended! The distinguished architectural site is a carriage house turned private residence in the Upper East Side. The show features three works by James Clar and is open until Saturday, May 18th. By appointment only from May 14-17 and open to the public on Saturday, May 18 from 11am-7pm. #jamesclar #870parkave #contemporaryart #uppereastside #newyorkart Email hello@praiseshadows.com to set up a viewing.

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Detail of “Untitled [Derrame],” 2016 by @lucyjorgeorta - today is the last day to see the “Potential Architecture” exhibition. The origin of the mark in each painting is an outpouring of color, Jorge Orta describes it as an accidental moment from which all else flows. #lucyjorgeorta #janelombardgallery #derrame #paintingdetail #chelseagallery #closingday #assemblage

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“Derrame [Accident] 1977,” 2014 by Lucy + Jorge Orta. The “Derrame [Accident]” painting series stems from Jorge Orta’s life in Rosaria, Argentina from 1972-1984 under the dictatorship. He imagined the gestural works to be an act of “anti-painting” in the climate of chaos. Lucy + Jorge Orta’s “Potential Architecture” exhibition is open through Saturday, May 11. #lucyjorgeorta #janelombardgallery #gestural #gesturalpainting #derrame #argentinianartist #lucyandjorgeorta #closingsoon

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#michaelrakowitz makes his Los Angeles debut at @calartsredcat with “Dispute Between the Tamarisk and the Date Palm” on view through Sunday, June 2nd. These works span a range of themes within his practice including instability of cultural sites, paths of power surrounding trade, music and art along with preciousness of human history. Installation view at REDCAT, Los Angeles. Photos by Brica Wilcox. #losangelesart #iraqiartist Be sure to read the @latimes review of the exhibition.

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Happy Birthday Lucy Orta! The artist is pictured here working on glass sculptures at @berengostudio in Murano, Italy. The “Cells [Diptych],” 2014 sculptures were created in #berengostudio (if you’re in #venice checkout #glasstress2019 @fondazioneberengo) - these works are on view at our gallery through Saturday, May 11. #glasssculpture #lucyjorgeorta #janelombardgallery #lucyorta #hbd #chelseagallery #scienceart