Group exhibition by Lorenzo Amos, Cailyn Dawson, Mark Hernandez, and Raya Terran at Thierry Goldberg

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Group exhibition by Lorenzo Amos, Cailyn Dawson, Mark Hernandez, and Raya Terran at Thierry Goldberg
Cailyn Dawson Looking Back, 2023 acrylic on canvas 66 x 48 inches.



NEW YORK, NY.- Thierry Goldberg is now showing Collective Body, a group exhibition of works by Lorenzo Amos, Cailyn Dawson, Mark Hernandez, and Raya Terran. The exhibition opens today, with a reception from 6-8pm.

In a captivating dialogue on identity, collectivity, and subject-hood, Collective Body brings together four artists whose work explore new conceptions of human nature. This body of work, composed of four disparate approaches to mark-making, presents nuanced depictions of experience and physicality that reveal a varied, contemporary panorama of portraiture.

Lorenzo Amos constructs paintings that skillfully combine a rough and irreverent expressionism with a sharply emotional realism. His four works in this exhibition transform quotidian moments of existence into fervent investigations of being. His compositions are grounded in a charged dissonance that oscillates between detail and abstraction. This duality battles across the virtual space of the canvases to reveal an elucidated vision of existence.

Exploring the reverberations of space and time on the body, Cailyn Dawson's self portraits document her own ever-changing personhood. She refuses the notion of a flattened human essence, instead using each work as an archeological site to excavate her own psyche. In smooth brushstrokes and muted tones, Dawson deftly reintroduces herself to the viewer in these temporal snapshots of identity.

Mark Hernandez explores the relationship between the individual and community through his exquisitely saturated and stylized paintings. Each figure poses amongst objects of historical and cultural significance, carefully constructing an identity through their surroundings. These works cogently require contemplation and dissection, laying bare a communal and experiential understanding of his subjects.

Raya Terran pushes viewers into landscapes of uncanny naturalism. Across every canvas, uncoordinated naked bodies stretch, climb, hug, stumble, and roam. Fleshy and foreign, these paintings envision the human as an unfettered, instinctual creature. She expertly unchains her subjects from the burden of modernity in a novel, almost disturbing, declaration of raw humanism.

Lorenzo Amos (b. 2002, New York, New York) currently lives and works in New York, NY. Amos previously had a solo exhibition at EJ-Projects, New York, and his work was also included in group shows at Thierry Goldberg Gallery and PALO Gallery, both in New York.

Cailyn Dawson (b. 1999, Detroit, Michigan) currently lives and works in New York, NY. She received her BFA from the College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. Dawson's work has been exhibited at Detroit Contemporary, Detroit; Padzieski Art Gallery, Dearborn; Chroma Studios, Detroit; the Detroit Artist Market, Detroit; and the Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI. This is her first show with Thierry Goldberg.

Mark Hernandez (b. 2001, Laguna, Philippines) lives and works in Laguna, Philippines. Hernandez's work was included in exhibitions at Metro Gallery, Manila, Philippines; Kampo Artes Gallery, Makati City, Philippines; and Luna Galleria, Philippines, among others. This is his first show with Thierry Goldberg.

Raya Terran (b. 1996, Marin, California) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She received her bachelor's degree from The Cooper Union School of Art in 2019, and now she lives in Brooklyn. Terran has had solo exhibitions at Island Gallery, New York; and Yossi Milo Gallery, New York. Her work has also been included in group exhibitions at the Project Space, Amsterdam; Mammoth Gallery, London; Island Gallery, New York; and Tilton Gallery, New York. This is her first show with Thierry Goldberg.

Thierry Goldberg
Collective Body: Lorenzo Amos, Cailyn Dawson, Mark Hernandez, Raya Terran
November 30th, 2023 - January 6th, 2024










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