The First Art Newspaper on the Net Established in 1996 United States Friday, October 9, 2015

Group exhibition of paintings, sculpture and photographs to open at Quint Contemporary Art
Lee Materazzi, Sitting Under My Grandfather's Chair, 2012. C-print, archival mount on plexiglass, 34-1/4" x 46-1/4", 87cm x 117.4cm. Edition of 5 (+2AP). QG# 6727© Lee Materazzi. Photo courtesy Quint Contemporary Art.
LA JOLLA, CA.- Quint Contemporary Art will present TROUBLESOME, a group exhibition of paintings, sculpture and photographs by Robert Barry, Mel Bochner, Matthew Brandt, Johnannes Girardoni, Thomas Glassford, Katrin Korfmann, Joao Lauro, Lee Materazzi, Finnbogi Petursson and Marcos Ramírez. The opening reception on Saturday, January 12 from 6 to 8PM is open to the public.

Through the use of mirrors, drones, fire, bubble gum, word play and many other materials and techniques these artists explore mysterious compositions, use unexpected materials, present challenging situations and show vexing perspectives.

Robert Barry and Mel Bochner are both old-guard conceptual artists who, through the use of language, present ideas that have to be walked over, looked through and interpreted.

Matthew Brandt is a Los Angeles-based artist who is challenging the idea of photography by making photorealistic compositions using your favorite flavors of bubble gum. The color’s are reminiscent of sepia tones and CMYK.

Johannes Girardoni’s new work shows an interest in color and light, but also have an underlying quality as he’s incorporating sound into the sculpture. The visual and phonetic landscape of the pieces build upon the ideals of installation art.

Thomas Glassford’s use of mirrors in his newest plexiglass sculptures warp and reflect the space around them, while João Louro’s painting leaves a blank spot for you to reflect on cinematic memories through text. Finnbogi Petursson’s sculpture made of fire and glass reflect on an elemental phenomenon.

Photographers Katrin Korfmann and Lee Materazzi focus on very different places. Korfmann’s chaotic photographs at first look like abstract paintings but up close reveal a different perspective on landscapes in India. San Francisco-based Materazzi acts almost like a performance artist in her photographs where she places herself in uncomfortable compositions, which reflect on the idea of home.

Tijuana-based artist Marcos Ramírez ERRE uses the recognizable format of an eye chart, but adds a dimension of tension by putting a mirror behind the chart, reflecting more than just our 20/20 vision. We will also be presenting a series of very colorful, handcrafted “Acapulco Chairs” by BAJAUS, a brand of design furniture run by Ramírez.

TROUBLESOME brings together a group of artists that are challenging techniques and reassessing ideas about art forms and art movements.

Today's News

January 7, 2013

Baroque painting by Sir James Thornhill at the Old Royal Naval College undergoes restoration

First major international showcase of Hong Kong contemporary art on view at Saatchi Gallery

Rare color photos of The Beatles' first U.S. tour to go up for sale at Omega Auctions

New exhibition at Sheffield's Millennium Gallery searches for true view of landscape

The Gallery at Norwich University College of the Arts presents works by Jake and Dinos Chapman

Exhibition of new work by Marc Fichou opens at the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica

First one-person exhibition of work by Berlin-based artist Marin Majić opens at Marc Straus

University of Uppsala's Gustavianum Museum wants to return three Polynesian skulls

Say it Loud exhibition celebrates Norton's collection of art by African and African-American artists

Installation features two monumental birds fabricated entirely from materials harvested from construction

Group exhibition of paintings, sculpture and photographs to open at Quint Contemporary Art

Book explores the legacy of the Kashmir Shawl as seen through a single private collection

Reynolda House names former Monticello Curator new Director of Interpretive Program

Exhibition considers the shift in our relationship to the universe in light of recent apocalyptic predictions

British Spitfire search team arrives in Myanmar

Nation's longest running fine art fair announces 2013 exhibitors list

Design with a difference: Parsons school comes to Paris

Search for plane with Missoni scion intensifies: Venezuela

10 monks among 12 hurt in German monastery fire, numerous objects of art history were damaged

Most Popular Last Seven Days

1.- British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves aims to pinpoint legendary Queen Nefertiti's tomb

2.- Exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum explores the world of Indian textiles and fashion

3.- Rare Byzantine mosaic that depicts ancient streets and buildings in Egypt restored

4.- Sopranos actor/art collector Federico Castelluccio to pen book on Guercino discovery

5.- Exhibition at the McNay Art Museum presents more than 50 works created by Joan Miró

6.- Major monographic exhibition of works by Tamara de Lempicka on view in Verona

7.- Virginia Museum of Fine Arts acquires painting commissioned by King George III

8.- Tang Museum at Skidmore College receives 500 photographs from Jack Shear

9.- The Rijksmuseum and the Louvre to jointly buy rare Rembrandts for 160 mn euros

10.- Rail life: History of trains brought to life in a state-of-the art museum in Brussels

Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .


Ignacio Villarreal
Editor & Publisher:Jose Villarreal - Consultant: Ignacio Villarreal Jr.
Art Director: Juan José Sepúlveda Ramírez
Social Network Manager and Translator: Norma Cristina Pérez Ayala Cano

Royalville Communications, Inc
Founder's Site. The most varied versions
of this beautiful prayer.
to a Mexican poet.

The First Art Newspaper on the Net. The Best Versions Of Ave Maria Song Junco de la Vega Site Ignacio Villarreal Site