Sharon Brant: Sideswiped

Installation view of Sharon Brant: Sideswiped, MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY, 2012

November 9 - December 22, 2012

MINUS SPACE is pleased to announce the exhibition Sharon Brant: Sideswiped. This is the Beacon, New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will feature a suite of new paintings and works on paper.

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Frank Badur: Mostly Red + Works on Paper, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

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Frank Badur, #11-10, 2011 Oil and alkyd on canvas 16 x 20 inches May 12 – June 25, 2011 Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the opening of Mostly Red + works on paper, an exhibition of new work by Berlin-based artist Frank Badur. Badur’s gracefully intuitive minimalist compositions draw his viewers into their subtlety with a delicate interplay of surface and color. Veils of reds are laid down in bands of varying widths […]

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Adam Fowler: Trilogy, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

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Adam Fowler, untitled (5 layers), 2010 Graphite on paper 10 x 5 inches January 6 – February 12, 2011 Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the opening of Trilogy, an exhibition of new works by artist Adam Fowler. The artist’s third solo show with the gallery, Trilogy represents Fowler’s most ambitious and complex work to date. Fowler’s deeply meditative and process-oriented work emerges from the fusion of near-polar actions. Beginning with sweeping, automatic drawings […]

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Kevin Finklea: Memories Are Uncertain Friends, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

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Installation view March 4 – April 17, 2010 “Two years ago I entered my woodshop to make painted wooden objects once again. I had left object making for pure painting in the year 2000. In returning to the objects, I realized the importance of making work as unfettered of past experience as possible. It quickly became evident that there was no need to repeat myself. I wanted to make painted forms as directly as I […]

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Bill Thompson: Shift, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

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Bill Thompson, Toro, 2009 Urethane on polyurethane block 24 x 20 x 7 inches October 15 – December 12, 2009 Margaret Thatcher Projects  is pleased to announce the opening of Shift an exhibition of new work by Bill Thompson. From curvilinear and cloud-like to pointedly flexed and bowing, Thompson’s colorful wall structures combine painting and sculpture into a unique minimalist art form. The sculptures included in Shift begin their lives as solid blocks of urethane, which […]

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Robert Sagerman: On and On: Inquiries into Indeterminacy, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

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  Robert Sagerman, 51,499 (detail), 2009 Oil on Canvas April 30 – June 13, 2009 Thatcher Projects presents Robert Sagerman’s fourth solo exhibition which offers a notable development of his strikingly distinctive work. Sagerman’s painting, paradoxically, combines a visual opulence with a rigorous, even ascetic, approach to art-making. His meticulous process involves the application of thousands of “marks” of oil paint using dozens of colors that he mixes and applies in thick, textural layers. The […]

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Jus Juchtmans: New Paintings, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

    Jus Juchtmans, 20070930, 2007  Acrylic on canvas, 19.7 x 15.7 inches January 10 — February 16, 2008 Thatcher Projects presents the first New York solo exhibition of paintings by Belgian artist, Jus Juchtmans. Juchtmans paintings are often described as monochromes. However, not unlike a work of Robert Ryman, Juchtmans is interested in the viewer not only experiencing the monochrome as painting, but also as object. Every aspect of a painting’s materiality is considered, […]

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Sharon Brant interview with Chris Ashley

  introduction Sharon Brant’s paintings and drawings embody a consistency of vision and persistence. Her work is the result of a long commitment to abstraction; it is structured and perceptual, human and beautiful, quiet and sensitive. Her career is distinguished by her long history as an exhibiting painter, by her support of the work by other artists, and by her position in the community.  — Chris Ashley, June 2005    The following interview with Chris […]

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