march, 2022

202211mar(mar 11)12:00 am15may(may 15)11:59 pmSteven Zevitas | 03/11/22 - 05/15/22 | YOU HAD ME AT HELLO: New American Paintings 2022 Review | Group | Boston

Time

March 11 (Friday) 12:00 am - May 15 (Sunday) 11:59 pm

Location

Steven Zevitas

450 Harrison Ave #47 Boston MA 02118

Organizer

Steven Zevitas 450 Harrison Ave #47Boston MA 02118

Event Details

Art Exhibition |
Steven Zevitas
450 Harrison Ave #47
Boston MA 02118

03/11/22-05/15/22

Jessica Alazraki
Katie Butler
Damien H. Ding
Josiah Ellner
Elizabeth Glaessner
Austin Harris
Ranee Henderson
Sung Hwa Kim
Joanne Ji Young Kim
Lyn Liu
Lizzy Lunday
Maud Madsen
Samantha Nye
Ricardo Partida
Kate Pincus-Whitney
Noah Schneiderman
Brea Weinreb
Mikey Yates
Steven Zevitas Gallery is pleased to present YOU HAD ME AT HELLO: New American Paintings 2022 Review. The exhibition will run from March 11 – May 15 2022 with a public opening reception on Friday April 1 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm.

You Had Me at Hello: New American Paintings 2022 Review brings together eighteen artists who have been featured in New American Paintings over the past twelve months. Hailing from throughout the United States each of the included artists brings a unique aesthetic viewpoint and offers a differentiated lens towards what it means to be a painter today.

In recent years a new generation of artists have embraced the figure in painting. While all of the featured works are representational in form there is an extraordinary range of technique and subject matter on view. This group of artists is fluent in art history and chooses to recognize and enliven it with new ways of making. In the exhibition we see artists addressing the potency of formative memories the nature of the gaze records of fleeting instances studies of intimacy (between figures and also between objects and spaces) wistful longings buoyant musings and precious feelings.

The exhibited works display a full range of human emotion — and how these emotions can collide and briefly overlap — all equal in weight and consequence. Individual pieces intersect in a dynamic grouping: table-scapes converge gazes meet and pointed fingers lead us into the ether.

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