To learn more about our artists, why they create what they make and why you should collect their work read our Studio Visit conversations with each artist.
A winter selection of new work from gallery artists.
An exploration of time, space and perspective.
Collective Isolation a group exhibition of gallery artists.
A winter group grouping of four gallery artists: Richard Garrison, Liz Jaff, Noah Loesberg and Duane Zaloudek.
Studio Visits: August 2019 - February 2020
Loesberg’s exploration of materials and context offers us a perspective to see common objects differently and manipulates our preconceived notions of beauty and value. By extracting beauty from the mundane he asks us to contemplate our cultural assumptions and reevaluate what we think as we experience our constructed environment.
In December 2019 we visited Brooklyn sculptor Noah Loesberg in his Ridgewood, NY studio to find out more about his history, his work and what directions his current work might take in the future.
A collection of alluring and beautiful small artwork by gallery artists! Each week of November and December we will highlight a different small work from each of our artists! Stay tuned!
Robert Henry Contemporary is proud to participate in Sculpture 56, a sculpture project at 56 Bogart Street.
Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials, sculptor Noah Loesberg recontextualizes items from construction trades, architectural details, patent drawings, illuminated manuscripts and for this exhibition, concrete highway barriers. This exhibition will feature an installation of highway barriers commonly made of concrete recreated by Loesberg in wood, to scale.
Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials sculptor Noah Loesberg recontextualizes ubiquitous items from historical sources like early 20th century builder’s guides, Persian illuminated manuscripts, images downloaded from the Internet and our contemporary built environment that bring to our attention the pleasure of ornament and the beauty in the everyday.
The work in Material Handling by sculptor Noah Loesberg centers on contradictions and meanings they expose. Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials Loesberg recontextualizes everyday items from our built environment into objects of rarefied ubiquity. Common things often overlooked or simply ignored by most of us are for Loesberg full of beauty and rich with metaphoric potential. In the past he has appropriated storm drains, sewer pipes and smoke detectors among other things. This exhibition will feature two site-specific sculptures, and 4 pattern oriented charcoal and graphite drawings on paper derived from architectural sources.
Sculptor Noah Loesberg’s work centers on contradictions and meanings they expose. Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials Loesberg recontextualizes everyday items from our built environment into objects of rarefied ubiquity. Common things often overlooked or simply ignored by most of us are for Loesberg full of beauty and rich with metaphoric potential.