Cheymore Gallery is happy to announce a new exhibition
Imprinted Pictures. This show opens on Saturday, May 11th with a reception for the artists from 5-7p, and will be on view through July 13th. 'Imprinted Pictures' brings together the works of Lydia Dona, Fabian Marcaccio, Alexander Ross and Tom McGrath to explore the relationship between painting and the process of printmaking.
Lydia Dona lives and works in New York City. She is well known both nationally and internationally. She was featured in the 1991 Corcoran Biennial in Washington, DC and the ground breaking Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition Conceptual Abstraction that same year.
Fabian Marcaccio is an Argentine born artist living and working in New York City. He has exhibited widely throughout the United States, Europe and South America. In 2004 the Miami Art Museum mounted a solo exhibition of his work and the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein organized a major retrospective.
Alexander Ross was born in Denver and lives and works in New York City. He is the recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and the Lewis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award. He has exhibited widely through out the United States and Europe.
Tom McGrath is a New York based artist who has shown internationally and around the United States. His work is included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Yale Gallery of Art.
Cheymore Gallery was founded in 2011 to exhibit emerging and established contemporary artists. Located in historic Tuxedo Park an hour north of New York City, the gallery is committed to bringing contemporary fine art to the Hudson Valley region featuring New York City based artists, regional artist and beyond. The gallery hosts a program of six exhibitions annually ranging from group to solo shows.
Gallery Hours: 9am- 4pm Monday- Friday (please ring buzzer) 11-3pm Saturday and by appointment.
Driving directions: I-87 / exit 15A, to Rt. 17N/ after exit, turn left at the first light, 6 miles to Tuxedo, gallery across from the train depot.
BravinLee programs will present Table, by Fabian Marcaccio. Marcaccio’s structural canvas work integrates photography, painting and sculpture. The Table-top contains items likely to be present on a table in a secret interrogation chamber. The essential cruelty of the evil premise is explored obliquely through the cluttered banality of an inquisitor’s work surface. The table is illuminated by a single light bulb hanging down from the Boiler’s 30 foot ceiling. The creepy beauty and black-box brutality of The Boiler’s interior amplifies the subject matter of Table existing in a clandestine and horrific chamber. Fabian Marcaccio recently had one person shows at CAAM in the Canary Islands, The Museum Lehmbruck, in Duisburg, Germany, The Kunstmuseen and the Museum Haus Esters, both in Krefeld, Germany. In conjunction with the Krefeld exhibitions, a book on Marcaccio’s rope paintings titled Some USA Stories was published, edited by Martin Hentschel