Swoon, Greg Lamarche, Oliver Vernon, David Ellis and more at Joshua Liner

April 16th, 2013 | By | 1 Comment »
Swoon, Thalassa, screenprint on mylar with coffee stain and hand painting

Swoon, Thalassa, screenprint on mylar with coffee stain and hand painting

Since 2006, Joshua Liner’s Chelsea gallery has consistently featured an amazing range of works by first-rate artists. His new venue – a huge, bright ground-floor space at 540 West 28th Street – is ideal, as the artworks beckon you in from the street. These are a few of my favorite pieces – by artists who also work in public spaces – from his current exhibit, Direct Address: An Inaugural Group Exhibitionthat closes this Saturday. It is worth a visit.

Greg Lamarche aka SP1, Free for All, Aacrylic and graphite on found wood

Greg Lamarche aka SP1, Free for All, acrylic and graphite on found wood

Oliver Vernon, Renegade Trajectories, acrylic on canvas

Oliver Vernon, Renegade Trajectories, acrylic on canvas

David Ellis, All That Glitters, kinetic sound and light installation

David Ellis, All That Glitters, kinetic sound and light installation

Photos by Dani Mozeson


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  • http://www.facebook.com/rhiannon.platt Rhiannon Platt

    I was really disappointed in how the gallery crammed all of those Espo pieces on a tiny column. People kept hitting them and standing in front of them at the opening.