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Ruvan Wijesooriya at Berns

Ruvan Wijesooriya

The gallery has produced a show for Berns for the spring of 2013. Work by american artist Ruvan Wijessoriay are shown through projections, installations and framed work in both the restaurant and hotel lobby.

Ruvan Wijesooriya (b. 1977) is a photographer based in New York City. His unique vision consistently and seamlessly blurs the lines between life, art and commerce in subject areas ranging from landscapes to fashion, music to flowers. His photographs are a record of his interests, passions and inspirations, his approach always immediate, genuine and curious.

Ruvan has shown internationally and is known for the interactive and happening nature of his exhibitions. In February 2012 he curated an exhibition for the Swedish Consulate of New York; March saw an exhibition of his music photographs at SXSW in Austin, Texas. In late Spring he embarked on a tour doing a series of exhibits in Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen and London. His book, LCD, a documentation of the group LCD Soundsystem, was made available through powerHouse Books in December 2012 after a widely attended and reported launch event in Miami Beach during Art Basel.

His fine art prints are collected by many, most notably the artist Ed Ruscha. Ruvan is currently working on a book about Sweden to be released later in the year. The work in this exhibition is from that forthcoming book.






Andreas Emenius at Schunk Museum, Holland


Andreas Emenius presents a large solo show at the Schunk Museum in Herlen, Holland. 600m2 is filled up with new works by Emenius. This time around the focus is on heavy industry: mining and foresty serving as symbols of physical power and motion. He’s also developed his sculptural interest and presents a large group of semi-abstract figures in plaster and wood.

The show is open until 1st of December. For more info see www.schunck.nl/

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Noah Lyon at Freight + Volume


Noah Lyon is participating in Freight + Volume’s group show THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ART WORLD, PART II: THE OTHER 99% 

“If Part One posed the various problems and dysfunctions of the artworld by a mid-career generation, Part Two poses some possible solutions by a younger generation who, despite all the obstacles, manage to keep a sense of humor and produce reaffirming (and sometimes hilarious) art. From Paperina’s notion to “Kill All the Artists” as an antidote to the art world taking itself too seriously, to de Miguel’s sly satire on pompous “Grad School Critiques” and NYC gallery hopping, to Noah Lyon’s escape from art world incestuousness and pretention through his iconic depictions of Youtube and everyman’s internet, these late twenty-and early thirty-somethings may despair at the system crumbling around them, but never lose hope and simply soldier on. What would be the alternative, anyway? To stop making art altogether?”




The show is on between September 12 – October 12, 2013

For more info check out Freight + Volume

Don’t miss Noah Lyon’s solo show that open in our gallery in October.




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