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Gray Contemporary presents "Colorful Ribs and Guts of Adam" and "Tending Shapes - Bending Colors" opening reception

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Photo by Neil Fortune

At Gray Contemporary, Neil Fortune exhibits a series of sculptures suspended in a liminal space between painting and sculpture. Fortune presents a compelling series of works that he describes as hybrid sculpture. The works are sewn on a machine, made of textile, polyester-fiber, isolation foam and a variable mixture of paints, varnish, wood-glue, many of the material he would use to construct paintings and sculpture.

Building on the history of Formalism and Minimalism, Aimee Terburg's subjective setting with color and composition transcends in a reflective, defining process she wants to transfer to the viewer. The skies in the comic series 'Lucky Luke' (Morris, 1923 - 2001, Belgium), actual skygazing, gradients of digital color pickers, different meanings of the chevron sign, art genres Color Field or Hard Edge: they all exist parallel in the dynamic of Aimée Terburg's painting process. It is her encounter of 'maker - surface - object' where it leads to a simplicity that catches this.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 30.

At Gray Contemporary, Neil Fortune exhibits a series of sculptures suspended in a liminal space between painting and sculpture. Fortune presents a compelling series of works that he describes as hybrid sculpture. The works are sewn on a machine, made of textile, polyester-fiber, isolation foam and a variable mixture of paints, varnish, wood-glue, many of the material he would use to construct paintings and sculpture.

Building on the history of Formalism and Minimalism, Aimee Terburg's subjective setting with color and composition transcends in a reflective, defining process she wants to transfer to the viewer. The skies in the comic series 'Lucky Luke' (Morris, 1923 - 2001, Belgium), actual skygazing, gradients of digital color pickers, different meanings of the chevron sign, art genres Color Field or Hard Edge: they all exist parallel in the dynamic of Aimée Terburg's painting process. It is her encounter of 'maker - surface - object' where it leads to a simplicity that catches this.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 30.

At Gray Contemporary, Neil Fortune exhibits a series of sculptures suspended in a liminal space between painting and sculpture. Fortune presents a compelling series of works that he describes as hybrid sculpture. The works are sewn on a machine, made of textile, polyester-fiber, isolation foam and a variable mixture of paints, varnish, wood-glue, many of the material he would use to construct paintings and sculpture.

Building on the history of Formalism and Minimalism, Aimee Terburg's subjective setting with color and composition transcends in a reflective, defining process she wants to transfer to the viewer. The skies in the comic series 'Lucky Luke' (Morris, 1923 - 2001, Belgium), actual skygazing, gradients of digital color pickers, different meanings of the chevron sign, art genres Color Field or Hard Edge: they all exist parallel in the dynamic of Aimée Terburg's painting process. It is her encounter of 'maker - surface - object' where it leads to a simplicity that catches this.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 30.

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Gray Contemporary
3508 Lake St.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.graycontemporary.com/

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