Objectify Walk-through

October 30, 2017

Video walk-through by Trestle Gallery chief curator, Katerina Lanfranco

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Avenue (btw 30th and 31st Streets), Suite 411
Brooklyn, NY 11232

September 22 – November 4, 2017

Objectifya group exhibition of international artists, presents work that defies categorization and moves in a space between painting and sculpture, image and object. Objects engage the corners of the gallery, unroll onto the floor and slide under the walls. Color palettes range from the austerely achromatic to the playful and intensely polychromed. Painted works are shaped, creased, folded, and formed.

Artists:
Richard van der Aa (NZ, FR), Robert Burnier (US), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel G. Hill (US), Emma Langridge (AU), Laura Nillni (AR, FR), Jim Osman (US), Mary Schiliro (US), Bogumila Strojna (PL, FR), Guido Winkler (NL), Patricia Zarate (US)

OBJECTIFY—gallery talk audio

October 10, 2017

October 10, 2017
Trestle Gallery, 850 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Gallery talk for Objectify exhibition
Jen Nista*, Daniel G. Hill**, Mary Schiliro**, Jim Osman, Patricia Zarate
*Exhibitions Manager
**co-curators

Objectify—gallery talk

October 6, 2017

Join guest curators Daniel G. Hill and Mary Schiliro for a conversation about the exhibition with participating artists, Jim Osman and Patricia Zarate.

Date/Time:
Tuesday, October 10 at 7 pm

The exhibition catalogue will be available for sale at a discounted price ($15, cash only).
It is also available for purchase and preview on Blurb.com.

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Avenue (btw 30th and 31st Streets), Suite 411
Brooklyn, NY 11232
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Transit:
D/N/R to 36 St., R to 25 St., B37 bus to 3rd Ave/29 St.

Gallery Hours: 
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, 1:30-6:30 pm
The exhibition will remain on view through Saturday, November 4, 2017.

Objectifya group exhibition of international artists, presents work that defies categorization and moves in a space between painting and sculpture, image and object. Objects engage the corners of the gallery, unroll onto the floor and slide under the walls. Color palettes range from the austerely achromatic to the playful and intensely polychromed. Painted works are shaped, creased, folded, and formed.

Artists:
Richard van der Aa (NZ, FR), Robert Burnier (US), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel G. Hill (US), Emma Langridge (AU), Laura Nillni (AR, FR), Jim Osman (US), Mary Schiliro (US), Bogumila Strojna (PL, FR), Guido Winkler (NL), Patricia Zarate (US)

Catalogue:

Objectify @ Trestle Gallery

September 10, 2017

Robert Burnier, Sonĝo Pavimo (di Giovanni / Lorenzetti), 2017, Acrylic on aluminum, 16 x 10 x 7 in.

Curated by Daniel G. Hill and Mary Schiliro

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Avenue (btw 30th and 31st Streets), Suite 411
Brooklyn, NY 11232
22 September – 4 November, 2017

Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, 1:30-6:30 pm

Reception: Friday, 22 September, 7–9 pm

Conversation with participating artists: Tuesday, 10 October, 7–8 pm

 

Objectify, a group exhibition of international artists, presents work that defies categorization and moves in a space between painting and sculpture, image and object. Objects engage the corners of the gallery, unroll onto the floor and slide under the walls. Color palettes range from the austerely achromatic to the playful and intensely polychromed. Painted works are shaped, creased, folded, and formed.

Much of the work is influenced by painting yet emphasizes its objecthood by using methods of presentation that reduce its spatial and pictorial implications. Some works can be viewed as sculpture that has moved to the wall or as painting that has moved to the floor, though, at times, these boundaries have been transgressed more than once before settling into place.

Many of the artists share an interest in process and materiality. Others are involved in the disembodiment and deconstruction of painting. The physicalization of ideas in real space subverts held assumptions and habits of viewing. One’s understanding of the work as an object in the world and the attendant categories is thrown into question.

Artists:
Richard van der Aa (NZ, FR), Robert Burnier (US), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel G. Hill (US), Emma Langridge (AU), Laura Nillni (AR, FR), Jim Osman (US), Mary Schiliro (US), Bogumila Strojna (PL, FR), Guido Winkler (NL), Patricia Zarate (US)


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Raakvlakken—Beelden in Leiden

May 12, 2017

Raakvlakken—Beelden in Leiden
May 18 – August 6, 2017
Various locations in downtown Leiden, NL

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Raakvlakken is a multi-venue sculpture exhibition sponsored by Beelden in Leiden (BIL). It is part of a nation-wide celebration—Mondrian to Dutch Design—of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the De Stijl movement and the publication of the magazine of the same name by Theo van Doesburg who was living in Leiden at the time. Along with 16 other international artists, I have been invited by curators Iemke van Dijk and Guido Winkler of IS Projects to exhibit in the Achmea Gebouw.
reception: Thursday, May 18 beginning at 14h45 in the Achmea Gebouw, Dellaertweg 1

Exhibiting Artists:
Iris Bouwmeester-nl, Gerard Caris-nl, Henk Delabie-be, Edgar Diehl-de, Daniel G. Hill-us, Peter Holm-dk, Krijn de Koning-nl, Andrew Leslie-aus, Riki Mijling-nl, Brigitte Parusel-uk, Paul Raguenes-fr, Richard Roth-us, Rubins J. Spaans-nl, Mary Schiliro-us, Tilman-it, Jan Maarten Voskuil-nl, Thomas Wildner-nl

Other locations of the exhibition are Hooglandse Kerkgracht and the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC). For More information…

Spider Painting

Spider Painting, 2016 (left) with a work by Richard Roth

Diagonal Slice II

Diagonal Slice II, 2014–2015 (right) with a work by Edgar Diehl


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Intercontinental Line @ Galerie Abstract Project

May 10, 2017

© Daniel G. HillAn international exhibition of artists from Europe and North America taking place at Galerie Abstract Project in Paris, 11–20 May, 2017.

5, rue des Immeubles Industriels, 75011, Paris (metro Nation)
vernissage: mercredi 10 mai de 18h à 21h
ourvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h à 19h
finissage: samedi 20 mai de 16h à 19h

Exhibiting Artists:
Delnau (FR), Emily Berger (US), Yifat Gat (IL), Daniel G. Hill (US), Creighton Michael (US),  Munira Naqui (US), Shawn Stipling (UK), Bogumila Strojna (FR/PL), Anna Szprynger (PL), Tenesh Webber (CA)

curated by B. Strojna and D. Hill

At a time when exchanges are frequent and distances and differences are abolished or, on the contrary, tend to be exacerbated, I wanted to organize an exhibition bringing together artists from all over the world.

This exhibition is the first in a series in which European artists will exhibit with artists from different continents. Each time, as co-curator of the exhibition, I will work with an artist of the corresponding continent. The first edition of Intercontinental Line presents the work of artists from Europe and North America and has been developed and realized in collaboration with New York artist Daniel G. Hill.

As a creative support and graphic element present in each field of plastic creation, line has been chosen to serve as a common denominator. Though initially associated with drawing, its use is currently available in all fields of the plastic arts—painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, installation—crossing all currents of abstract art. Our choice of works tends to show that.

The purpose of this exhibition is to question the use of line—in its differences and similarities—according to the continents, with their cultural, geopolitical, and historical specificities. Because we ask this question, the subtitle of the exhibition is reflection in progress. The answer may or may not be given and only at the end of the series of Intercontinental Line exhibitions.

B. Strojna
English translation by D. Hill

Bridging the Distance

Daniel G. Hill, Bridging the Distance
polyester cord, PVC rod, and stainless steel (cordon de polyester, tige de PVC et acier inoxydable)
104 x 250 x 60 cm
2017


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Carrément 4 reviewed on Les Ludiques.com

April 24, 2017

Review of Carrément 4 @ Espace Christiane Peugeot 
L’Art Construit en images
, by Andrée Muller, 24 April, 2017

Featuring the work of Daniel G. Hill, Atsushi Kobayashi, Antonio Garcia Leon, Szàsz Jànos Saxon, Françoise Aubry, Roger Bensasson, Jocelyne Santos


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Carrément 4 Preview in Art Absolument

March 17, 2017

Art Absolument, mars-avril 2017

CARREMENT 4,
L’ELEMENTAIRE EST LE DIVERS …
by Delphine Alexandre
Published in Art Absolument
March 17, 2017

Numéro 76 Mars/Avril 2017

Read in French and English.

I’m very pleased to have my work featured alongside that of Milija Belic, Atsushi Kobayashi, and Bogumila Strojna in this article in Art Absolument.

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CARRÉMENT 4 @ Espace Christiane Peugeot

March 14, 2017

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Spider Painting

Spider Painting, stainless steel wire, 36 x 30 x 3 inches (91.5 x 76 x 7.5 cm.), 2016

I’ve been invited to participate in CARRÉMENT 4, an annual collective exhibition of non-objective art at Espace Christiane Peugeot, 62 avenue de la Grande Armée, 75017 Paris
18 April – 1 May, 2017

vernissage: 20 avril de 18h à 21h

Exhibiting artists:
David Apikian,  Chantal Atelin,  Françoise Aubry, Milija Belic, Roger Bensasson, Joël Besse, Charles Bezie, Jean-Luc Bruckert, John Carter, Michel Clolus, Raphaël Durans, Olivier Fouchard, Antonio Garcia Leon, Daniel G. Hill, Ingrid Hornef, Atsushi Kobayashi, Rupert Mair, Elissa Marchal, Marilyn Chapin Massey, Roland Orepuk, Loredana Rancatore, Claudine Sallenave, Jocelyne Santos, Jun Sato, Szasz Janos Saxon, Werner Stemans, Bogumila Strojna, Daniel Tostivint, Jacques Weyer


 

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The Drawing Collective in Paris and Sydney

March 14, 2017

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As a member of the Drawing Collective, I’ll be participating in exhibitions at Galerie Olivier Nouvellet, Paris, March 24–26, 2017 and at Articulate Upstairs, Leichhardt, NSW, Australia; April 11 – May 1.
The Drawing Collective is an international community of artists who draw as part of their individual practice and are concerned with establishing connections among artists across borders and cultural divides.

Paris catalogue: view online

Sydney catalogue: view online

Exhibiting artists:
Richard van der Aa (guest, Paris), Wahida Azhari, Christine Boiry, Anne Brochot, Marilyn Chapin Massey, LIz Davidson, Clint Fulkerson, André Geertse, Ellen Golden, Barbara Halnan, Daniel G. Hill, Erdem Kucuk-Koroglu, Emma Langridge, Danielle Lescot, Munira Naqui, Michael Perlbach, Tineke Porck, Margaret Roberts, Diane Scott, Jamel Sghaier, Gary Shaw (guest, Sydney), Sam Still, Bogumila Strojna, Trương Thành, Wilma Vissers


 

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RCM Galerie @ Salon Zürcher, NY

February 27, 2017

#9601, 48x36 inches, acrylic on canvas, 1996

#9601, 48×36 inches, acrylic on canvas, 1996

I’ll be exhibiting with RCM Galerie from Paris at Salon Zürcher, NY, February 27 – March 5.

Participating galleries:
AMP Gallery, Provincetown
Demon’s Mouth, Oslo
Mathilde Hatzenberger, Bruxelles
Inna Contemporary Art Space, Hangzhou, China
RCM Gallery, Paris
Galerie Vincenz Sala, Paris-Berlin

Exhibition review in the Murray Ledger & Times

February 8, 2017

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Artist presents work to community, with an original made for the occasion
Posted: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 7:00 am
By DEBBIE BATTEIGER • dbatteiger@murrayledger.com

New York artist Daniel G. Hill has brought many interesting pieces to show in his “Connections & Correspondences” exhibit, currently on display at the Mary Ed Mecoy Hall Gallery at Murray State University.
One piece, called “Here We Go,” is fascinating for a number of reasons, but one stands out. He made the piece especially to show at MSU.

Download: PDF

Solo Exhibition @ Murray State University

January 20, 2017

Here We Go

Here We Go, 2016

Connections and Correspondences
Mary Ed Mecoy Hall Gallery
Murray State University
Murray, Kentucky
January 20 – March 2, 2017

Richard van der Aa—”present tense” at Le Pavé D’Orsay

January 8, 2017

The work of Richard van der Aa is on exhibit at Le Pavé D’Orsay in Paris through January 17, 2017. Accompanying the exhibition is a catalogue of van der Aa’s work for which I wrote an essay You can see the catalogue online or view/download a pdf of the essay.
The essay has been cited by Amarie Bergman in Whitehot Magazine (Feb. 2017) and in a forthcoming article by Gwenaël Kerlidou.

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Lightly Structured @ Sculpture Space NYC Projects, 2016

November 23, 2016

Sculpture Space NYC

Sculpture Space NYC

Lightly Structured, curated by Patricia Zarate, at Sculpture Space NYC Projects, 47-21 35th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
2 December, 2016 – 28 January, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, 2 December, 6 – 9 pm
Hours: Saturdays from Noon to 6PM and by Appointment

Daniel G. Hill, Harry E. Leigh, Doreen McCarthy and Liz Sweibel

Press release

 

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Daniel G. Hill

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4 November, 2016 | News Digest

November 5, 2016

Email archive


Closing Soon


#9504
acrylic, on canvas, 75 x 36 in., 1995

Saturday, November 5 is the final day of Chromatic Space at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center, 81 Barclay Street, New York, NY. Curated by Jonathan Lipincott, the exhibition includes work by 64 member of American Abstract Artists and eight invited guests.
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