February 13th - March 2nd 2024
February 15th 2024 5:30pm-8pm
Atlantic Gallery is very pleased to present This is the Future of Non-Objective Art! an exciting exhibition highlighting post 20th-century makers creating innovative work that is grounded in new approaches. Non-Objective art is full of “invisible realities” that address our times beyond the language of abstraction and its great history. This might embody sensory experiences or philosophical inquiry or experimental processes and techniques. A PDF catalog of the exhibition will be available.
Suzan Shutan Curator
Suzan Shutan is an artist curator educator and Co-founder of the artist-run organization SomethingProjects. She has been awarded artist residencies at Bemis Foundation Yaddo and Proyecto Ace Argentina and grants from Artslink Art Matters Berkshire Taconic Foundation Foundation for Contemporary Art and four CT Commission on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowships. Her work has been featured in 27 solo exhibitions including The Aldrich Museum Housatonic Museum The Islip Museum The Arts & Cultural Center of Florida Kenise Barnes Gallery a sponsored artist residency/exhibition at Zacheta National Gallery Poland and has been included in 198 group exhibitions throughout Eastern/central Europe Australia Canada Argentina South
America and USA. She has an upcoming exhibition at Jamestown Art Center RI. She has upcoming exhibitions at Concord Art MA Jamestown Art Center RI Drawing Rooms NJ and Metaphor Projects NY.
Atlantic Gallery committed to supporting creative autonomy and excellence is an artist-run gallery
representing a select group of artists who cooperatively own and manage it. The gallery features the work of artist members as well as the work of other artists in solo group and invitational exhibitions. Its innovative programing creates a forum where both participating artists and the public provide mutual support and inspiration. Founded by painters and printmakers in 1974 Atlantic Gallery migrated from Brooklyn to SoHo in 1979 and to Manhattan’s Chelsea gallery district in 2007 having added photographers and sculptors to its roster of artists. In 2012 the Gallery moved to its current location in the historic Landmark Arts Building home to many art galleries and half a block from the High Line.
Atlantic Gallery, West 28th Street, New York, NY, USA, United States