May 14 to June 20, 2022
Opening 2pm – 4pm May 14
Walk through with Adam Basanta @ 3pm
In Database Paintings, each image is created by aggregating pixels from freely available images of artworks, sourced from the permanent collections of The Tate, Guggenheim, and Reina Sofia Museums. Using custom software and machine learning techniques, groupings of pixels are “mosaicked” and collaged from the original artworks onto a novel virtual canvas, creating images that articulate a space between recognizability and emergence.
Image: Reina Sofia Abstraction (after Gustavo Torner), archival pigment print. Computer-generated aggregate using 27 images from the collection of Museo Reina Sofia, 36” x 23”
JJ Levine: Queer Portraits
Canada Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, UK
April 21 to July 2, 2022
Curator: Christine Redfern
JJ Levine creates studio portraits across three major projects: Queer Portraits, Alone Time, and Switch. In all three projects, JJ Levine provokes thought, while maintaining a commitment to formal photographic techniques. The underlying goal of his work is to celebrate resistance and resilience in the queer community.
PAPIER FAIR 2021
GEORGE E. RUSSELL – ROBBIN DEYO
Quebec Abstraction 1973 – 2022
November 13 to February 5, 2022