Mindscape 8 - Regina Scully

Regina Scully Mindscape 8

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Exhibiting Artists

  • Mike Dargas  (+)

    Exhibition : 2017 C24 Gallery, New York
    2016 Opera Gallery, London, UK
    2015 Mike Dargas, Malerei, Ponyhof Gallery, Munich, Germany

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  • Carole Feuerman  (+)

    Biography : Carole A. Feuerman is acknowledged as one of the world’s most prominent hyperrealist sculptors. Born in Connecticut, raised and trained in New York, Feuerman works in a variety of media including resin, marble and bronze, she has distinguished her skill in each by defining and recreating the human condition. Feuerman sculpts life-size, monumental and miniature works, painting them with hundreds of layers before achieving human-like tones. Meticulously rendered, her resin sculptures employ her signature and realistic style to give the viewer the impression of a living, breathing human being. Feuerman pioneered new approaches to sculpture with painted bronze pieces, which she has created with her own unique methodology of sculpting with molten metal that she calls “Painting with Fire. Her sculptures can be displayed both indoors, outdoors, and in water. Pushing the boundaries of physics her Double Diver is an innovative technique that extends into the air 40 feet supported by two six-inch wrists. In May of 2014 she was elected to the board of the International Sculpture Center.

    Exhibition : Along side of six museum retrospectives, Feuerman’s work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions including multiple Venice Biennales, the State Hermitage, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen, the Archeological Museum di Fiesole, and the Circulo de Bellas Artes. She won first prize at the Austrian Biennale, the Florence Biennale, the 2008 Olympic Fine Art Exhibition, best in show at the Beijing Biennale, and won the Save The Arts Foundation Award as Museum Choice.

    Selected public collections include: the City of Sunnyvale CA., the City of Peekskill, NY. El Paso Museum of Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Bass Museum, and Art St. Urban Museum.

    Among the notable awards Feuerman has received are the Amelia Peabody, the Betty Parsons Award, the Lorenzo de Medici Prize and First Prizes at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, Austrian Biennale and the Beijing Olympic Fine Arts. Her work is included in the selected collections of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Soviet statesman Mikhail Gorbachev, the Forbes Magazine Art Collection, and the Caldic Collection. Feuerman’s work is also included in the permanent collections of over fifteen museums, such as Art-st-Urban, the Bass Museum of Art, the El Paso Museum of Art, the Tampa Museum of Art, the Lowe Art Museum and Grounds for Sculpture. She has taught, lectured and given workshops at many institutions, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum and Columbia University. Feuerman exhibits worldwide, with representation by more than a dozen prominent galleries.

    Detailed Description : Carole Feuerman’s sculptures explore classicism while presenting emotions of joy, grace, tranquility and sensuality. She evokes an inward life inviting the spectator's conjecture as well as suggesting the distance between work and the observer. The tactile nature of her sculpture provides observation into a somewhat private environment such as women stepping out of the shower or into the rain eliciting a meditative juncture. Best known for her hyper-realistic sculptures of swimmers, the viewer is captivated by the unseen, inner life of the subjects she portrays.

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  • Katja Loher  (+)

    Biography : A graduate of the Fine Art Academy in Basel, Switzerland, Katja Loher (b. 1979) is an internationally recognized artist whose work has been featured in exhibitions throughout China, Japan, Europe, South America and the United States, in such venues as Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa; TelFair Museum, Savannah, Georgia; Museu Brasileiro de Escultura, São Paulo, Brasil; New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain; Connecticut; State Hermitage Museum, Moscow, Russia; and the United Nations Pavillion, Shanghai Expo, China. Loher was selected for the 2010 inaugural exhibition at Rome’s Nation Museum of the Arts of XXIst Century (MAXXI), the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennial, and the Tina B Festival for Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Republic. Her work can be found in several public and private collections worldwide, including the New Britain Museum, New Britain, Connecticut; 21c Museum Hotel, Bentonville, Arkansas; Credit Suisse, Geneva, Switzerland; Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, Florida; eN Arts Collection, Tokyo, Japan; and Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa. Loher was recently commissioned to create a site-specific installation for the future headquarters of Swissgrid, Switzerland’s national energy company. This video-intervention interacts directly with the interior and exterior architecture of the building and will address contemporary issues of energy, community development, the digital world, and sustainability. In the last years she received several awards including TPC CreaTVty Award from the Swiss TV Production Center, artist residencies in New York, Berlin and Beijing.

    Detailed Description : Through my work I want to stimulate dreams, experimentation, imagination and humor and reveal perspectives that we all too often lack in everyday life. With my video sculptures, I try to free video from technology, because I see art as a language and technology is only something elementary. Beauty is omnipresent in my works, as the essence of life sustaining processes supporting our planet. Peering into my glass sculptures is like having a conversation with oneself. This intimate experience nevertheless resonates globally, addressing ecological urgencies like the disappearance of the bee population. My creations urge my viewers to shrink down to the level of insects, not only to empathize with these tiny but monumentally important creatures, which are vanishing at an alarming rate, but also to better comprehend the disastrous situation in which we are placing ourselves. Abstract choreographies reveal beautiful kaleidoscopic patterns constructed from dance formations, filmed from above to recall the complicity and harmony of synchronized swimmers. Language weaves together the corporal through dance, the written word, and the enigmatic communication of the animal kingdom. My elfin performers mimic the somatic, sonar-type communication found in ant colonies, bee hives, or schools of fish, and further challenges mankind’s hubristic nature over animals by inspiring us to look for answers from another viewpoint.

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  • İrfan Önürmen  (+)

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  • Seckin Pirim  (+)

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  • Regina Scully  (+)

    Biography : New Orleans-based painter, born in Norfolk, Virginia, Scully received her B.F.A. in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and her M.F.A. in Painting from University of New Orleans. Scully’s paintings are in private and public collections including the Microsoft Art Collection, (2010, 2013), the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, the Capital One Art Collection, and the New Orleans Museum of Art (2014, 2016). A catalog of recent paintings and works on paper with an accompanying essay by Dan Cameron was published in summer, 2015. In January, 2016, she gave a lecture at the New Orleans Museum of Art and attended the awarded Hermitage Artist Retreat Residency in October 2015. She was also part of the artist panel at the inaugural Southern Style Festival in New Orleans in May. In addition to work on other projects, she is currently preparing for a solo exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art and for her solo exhibition at C24 Gallery scheduled for November/December of 2017. Regina Scully lives in New Orleans, Louisiana and maintains a daily practice in her studio in Holy Cross. Born in Norfolk, Virginia, Scully received her B.F.A. in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and her M.F.A. in Painting from University of New Orleans.

    Exhibition : Scully's solo exhibition, "Horizons in Space," was recently on view through May 28, 2016 at Octavia Art Gallery in New Orleans. In January, she gave a lecture at the New Orleans Museum of Art and attended an awarded Hermitage Artist Retreat Residency in October 2015. She was on an artist panel at the inaugural
    Scully has had solo exhibitions in New York City, New Orleans, and Houston and her paintings are in the Microsoft Art Collection, (2010, 2013), The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, and the New Orleans Museum of Art (2014, 2016), among others.

    Scully's solo exhibition, "Horizons in Space," was recently on view through May 28, 2016 at Octavia Art Gallery in New Orleans. In January, she gave a lecture at the New Orleans Museum of Art and attended an awarded Hermitage Artist Retreat Residency in October 2015. She was on an artist panel at the inaugural Southern Style Festival in New Orleans in mid-May. In addition to work on other projects, she has begun preparing for her solo exhibition in NYC at C24 Gallery in Chelsea which will take place in November and December of 2017.

    Scully’s paintings are in private and public collections including the Microsoft Art Collection, (2010, 2013), the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, the Capital One Art Collection, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. A catalog of recent paintings and works on paper with an accompanying essay by Dan Cameron was published in summer, 2015.

    Detailed Description : Regina Scully, creates micro-universes that resonate between the familiar and the unknown. Her paintings and works on paper become personalized dreamscapes for the viewer, with enveloping, rhythmic labyrinths to enter and travel through.

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  • Christian Vincent  (+)

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Other Represented Artists

  • Nick Gentry  (+)

    Biography : Drawing on recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, London-based artist Nick Gentry creates a conversation between digital and analog processes. Gentry constructs his painting supports out of materials such as 35mm film negatives, VHS cassettes, X-ray prints, and floppy discs. “These objects are no longer in the spotlight,” the artist has said of obsolete artefacts, “but by placing them there for a second it becomes easier to comprehend the speed and extent of the changes that are taking place today.” The materials are sourced directly from members of the public in a ‘social art’ project. This open working practice is a fundamental starting point of each new work and allows shared histories to form collective identities. The rigorous conceptual basis of this work explores the areas where reality meets illusion, while drawing on references from consumer waste, to pop culture and found art. Known for his portraits and installations that treat the human form not as a subject in itself, but rather as the vehicle to carry the medium. In his art, Gentry questions the fundamental relationship of the human being to both our created world and what we call reality.

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