Join Robert Henry Contemporary at SLAG & RX Galleries for an exhibition featuring work from the Estate of Jerry Walden. SLAG & RX Galleries (522 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011) "Jerry Walden: Then, And Almost Now; The Early 1970s And The 2010s": December 10, 2022 - January 28, 2023; Opening reception: December 10, 2022 from 6-8pm. Exhibition catalog with essay by Lilly Wei available. For available works, please contact: Irina Protopopescu at Slag Gallery Tel: +1 212 967 9818 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Noah 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.
Pancho Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement.
James Cullinane received his BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science in 1979. His work has been exhibited locally and nationally. In 2001 he was a resident at the Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI, a participant in the 2002 Artists in the Marketplace 22, Emerging Artist Program, at The Bronx Museum, NYC and in 2004 a resident at the Spaces World Artist Program, Cleveland, OH. He lives and maintains his studio in New York City.
In collages and sculptures Sharon Lawless manipulates spatial and structural frameworks with both found and purchased materials, like product packaging, wrapping paper, fake fur, sheet metal, old book bindings, altered pages from auction catalogs and plaster casts of product packaging, among others as she contemplates on the nature of perception.
In over 50 years of studio practice Jerry Walden’s (1941-2019) work has been exhibited across the US and around the world, including these institutions: The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; Birmingham Museum of Art, AL; the Mississippi Museum of Art, MS; the Columbia Museum of Art, SC; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, AL; Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR and the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, TN; Palazzo Vagnotti, Italy; Nam-Do Fine Arts Center Gallery, South Korea, among others. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including: the Columbia Museum of Art, SC; Capitol One Bank; The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA; West Point Pepperell (Now West Point Home), New York, NY; Greenville National Bank Collection, MS; The Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC; Alaska State Museum, Juneau, and The Mississippi Pavilion at The Louisiana World Exposition, New Orleans; Delta State University, Cleveland, MS; The Meridian Museum of Art, MS; and others. He earned his BFA from Auburn University, Auburn, AL, in 1968, and his MFA from the Univ. of Georgia in 1971.