OPENING THIS SATURDAY!

We hope you will join us this Saturday, February 26 from 5 – 7 pm for the opening of the following exhibitions, on view through April 9.

Kevin Finklea, Folsom Street, 1966, 3 3/4 x 6 x 4 3/4 inches, acrylic, wood.

KEVIN FINKLEA

THINGS WE SAID THAT WERE IMPORTANT BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Kevin Finklea features painted wooden work created by the artist with the purpose of persevering the fleeting human impulse and convictions and ignoring all sense of memory and time. By using excess materials from previous works, Finklea ensure a paid creation to these pieces, ignoring narratives and part histories in the present, and creating pieces with a fresh directness.

Michelle Forsyth, "Go" Train - Bus Collision, Toronto, ON, January 29, 1975, 18 x 27 inches, watercolor, gouache, screenprint on watercolor paper.

MICHELLE FORSYTH

AFTER

Michelle Forsyth explores the artist’s own relationship to tragic public events. Forsyth’s aesthetic is begins with broad visual narrative, the technological, photographing of the site, and then upon closer inspection is an aesthetic of more handmade and personal detailed layering of layering of watercolor, gouache, screen script and cut-paper.

PULSE NY: ART FAIR

Pentimenti Gallery at
PULSE New York
Contemporary Art Fair

With:
Matthew Cox
Mark Khaisman
Hadieh Shafie

March 3 – 6, 2011

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th St.
New York

Booth C 9

http://www.pulse-art.com