'Cabinet of Curiosities' winter exhibition to open at Gerald Peters Gallery tomorrow
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'Cabinet of Curiosities' winter exhibition to open at Gerald Peters Gallery tomorrow
Patricia Beggins Magers, Farewell (tintype series). Dye sublimation on aluminum, 20 x 20 inches.

SANTA FE, NM.- Gerald Peters Gallery upcoming winter exhibition, Cabinet of Curiosities, features a collection of little gems from a selection of gallery artists. The diversity of artworks prompts the viewer to reflect upon oddities and small wonders found in the natural world. The individual works express one story, but displayed together, a more mysterious universe is imagined, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy.

Early Renaissance cabinets were proudly put on display by wealthy collectors as a means of illustrating their understanding and command of the world around them, often fabricating or exaggerating their own adventures. Our exhibition takes a playful poke at that notion as we try to understand and catalogue the enigmatic world in which we live.

Gerald Peters Gallery

Opening his first gallery location in Santa Fe during the early 1970s, Gerald Peters has always embraced an unconventional approach. Presenting a diverse range of stylistic and aesthetic movements as well as historic periods, the Santa Fe gallery showed established artists and artworks alongside many lesser known, more esoteric works. In 1976, Peters became Georgia O’Keeffe’s exclusive dealer, representing the artist until her death in 1986; a relationship that cemented both the gallery’s position in Santa Fe’s art ecosystem and as a leading dealer of Modernist works.

Expanding the gallery’s presence to New York in the 1990s, Peters continued to build the breadth and range of the gallery’s program, bringing forward a comprehensive sculpture department to show in tandem with two-dimensional works. The sculpture program included American Neoclassical works by canonical artists like Hiram Powers, as well as those sculptors who, until very recently, were largely unrecognized, like Edmonia Lewis. Iconic sculpture of the Western canon and Modernist works by Paul Manship, Gaston Lachaise and William Zorach were also central to the gallery's sculpture focus.

Gerald Peters Gallery
Cabinet of Curiosities: Artists: Troy Abbott, Tony Angell, Susan Brearey, Isabelle Du Toit, Steve Kestrel, Peregrine O’Gormley, Penelope Gottlieb, Chris Maynard, Gwynn Murrill, Elizabeth Wadleigh Leary, R.E.C. Thompson
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