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James Cohan Gallery Presents an Installation of Three Solo Exhibitions by Emerging Artists
Katie Paterson, History of Darkness (ongoing) slide archive. Photo: Katie Paterson, 2010. Copyright the artist. Courtesy of James Cohan Gallery, New York/Shanghai.
NEW YORK, NY.- James Cohan Gallery will present Continuum, an installation of three solo exhibitions by emerging artists Peter Matthews, Katie Paterson, and Karen Seapker. While formally distinct, these artists’ works share an interest in the mutual investigation of time and space and in the creative challenge of translating these abstract concepts into visual forms. Continuum will open on January 7 and will run through February 5, 2011.

Peter Matthews creates his time-based drawings during meditative periods of extended immersion in the ocean. Informed by physical endurance, observation, and free association, his works seek to capture the constantly changing variables of the surrounding environment. Included in this exhibition are drawings the artist created in the Pacific Ocean off the shores of Costa Rica over periods of 4, 8, 10 and 14 hours. Executed with a variety of ink pens, the drawings accumulate into overlapping visual matrices of information which track events such as the flight of birds or patterns of breaking waves.

Peter Matthews received his BA and MFA from Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom (1998-2003). His work was recently featured in the exhibition Selections Spring 2010: Sea Marks at The Drawing Center, New York as well as at venues including Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany; Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center, California; and Ráday Kepshaz Galeria, Budapest, Hungary. Matthews was shortlisted for the 2010 ING Discerning Eye drawing exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London, UK. He lives in Nottingham, United Kingdom and works around the world.

James Cohan Gallery is pleased to present Continuum, an installation of three solo exhibitions by emerging artists Peter Matthews, Katie Paterson, and Karen Seapker. While formally distinct, these artists’ works share an interest in the mutual investigation of time and space and in the creative challenge of translating these abstract concepts into visual forms. Continuum will open on January 7 and will run through February 5, 2011.

Peter Matthews creates his time-based drawings during meditative periods of extended immersion in the ocean. Informed by physical endurance, observation, and free association, his works seek to capture the constantly changing variables of the surrounding environment. Included in this exhibition are drawings the artist created in the Pacific Ocean off the shores of Costa Rica over periods of 4, 8, 10 and 14 hours. Executed with a variety of ink pens, the drawings accumulate into overlapping visual matrices of information which track events such as the flight of birds or patterns of breaking waves.

Peter Matthews received his BA and MFA from Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom (1998-2003). His work was recently featured in the exhibition Selections Spring 2010: Sea Marks at The Drawing Center, New York as well as at venues including Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany; Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center, California; and Ráday Kepshaz Galeria, Budapest, Hungary. Matthews was shortlisted for the 2010 ING Discerning Eye drawing exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London, UK. He lives in Nottingham, United Kingdom and works around the world.

James Cohan Gallery | Continuum | Peter Matthews | Katie Paterson | Karen Seapker |




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