Ken Weathersby: Time After Time

January 7 - February 25, 2017

MINUS SPACE is delighted to present Ken Weathersby: Time After Time, the New York artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition will feature a suite of new reductive paintings embedded with images taken from art history books.

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Ken Weathersby: Strange Fit, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Ken Weathersby’s exhibition, Strange Fit, presents abstract paintings that shuffle optical and physical elements, playing the visual against the tactile. In each painting there is an unraveling of expectations as paint, linen, and wood deviate from their usual roles.

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Ken Weathersby: Time is the Diamond, Some Walls, Oakland, CA

Ken Weathersby, Time is a Diamond (detail), 2011 August 7 – September 25, 2011 Some Walls is pleased to present Time is the Diamond, an installation of very small works by Ken Weathersby, August 7, 2011– September 25, 2011. Ken Weathersby is known for art works he describes as “meticulous, perceptually active paintings using tight geometric patterns” interrupted “with physical insertions, reversals, dissections or displacements. The painted patterns generate moiré effects, phantom color and elusive […]

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Ken Weathersby: Perfect Mismatch, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY

Ken Weathersby, 169 (k & w), 2009 Acrylic & graphite on canvas, two panels, with removed and replaced areas 24 x 32 inches May 28 – June 27, 2010 Pierogi is pleased to present the first New York exhibition of Ken Weathersby’s paintings. These are paintings of intense, elegant grids of primary color that subtly invert expectations in a number of ways. While some of the carefully penciled and painted canvases simply display their colorful […]

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Continuing Color Abstraction, The Painting Center, New York, NY

Gabriele Evertz, Contrast and Assimilation April 13 – May 8, 2010 The Painting Center presents Continuing Color Abstraction curated by Rella Stuart-Hunt. This invitational exhibition includes Lisa Abbott-Canfield, Carla Aurich, Ellen Banks, Siri Berg, Audrey Bergensten, Doug Canfield, Beth Caspar, Sherri Cobb, Dan Crews, Gabriele Evertz, Halsey Hathaway, Changa Hwang, Joanne Klein, Charles Koegel, Charlotte Nicholson, Pierre Obando, Susan Post, Shawn Powell, Russell Roberts, James Vanderberg, Ken Weathersby and Jean Wolff. Color abstraction has been […]

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