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Bode Projects Bode Projects collaborates with a diverse range of contemporary artists, working across different media and disciplines. The gallery created an international program and platform including an artist-in-residence program in Berlin.

Bode Projects collaborates with a diverse range of contemporary artists, working across different media and disciplines which engage with new and challenging forms of expression. Bode Projects works with partners, curators and institutions since 2016.

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The Musée d’Art Moderne Paris currently exhibits works by two of our exhibited and associated artists Stacey Gillian Abe...
29/07/2021

The Musée d’Art Moderne Paris currently exhibits works by two of our exhibited and associated artists Stacey Gillian Abe and Buhlebezwe Siwani. Due to the pandemic the show The Power of my Hands - Africa(s): Women Artists was postponed from 19 May to 22 August 2021. @museedartmodernedeparis

THE POWER OF MY HANDS
Africa(s): Women Artists
22 January – 30 May 2021
Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris

Stacey Gillian Abe
Day Dream, 2020
124 × 96cm (48 7/8 × 37 3/4in)
Oil on canvas

The Musée d’Art Moderne Paris currently exhibits works by two of our exhibited and associated artists Stacey Gillian Abe and Buhlebezwe Siwani. Due to the pandemic the show The Power of my Hands - Africa(s): Women Artists was postponed from 19 May to 22 August 2021. @museedartmodernedeparis

THE POWER OF MY HANDS
Africa(s): Women Artists
22 January – 30 May 2021
Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris

Stacey Gillian Abe
Day Dream, 2020
124 × 96cm (48 7/8 × 37 3/4in)
Oil on canvas

Final days of our current show Look, Listen and Respond by Riley Holloway and Sedrick Huckaby. 💥Riley HollowaySurrounded...
28/07/2021

Final days of our current show Look, Listen and Respond by Riley Holloway and Sedrick Huckaby. 💥

Riley Holloway
Surrounded by Grace 1, 2021
Oil on wooden panel
61 × 61 cm
24 × 24 in

The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond: "My work begins with the individual. I‘ve always been an observer of people and run into individuals who inspire me through their personality, fashion or conversation. I aim for creating pieces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints, and true to the person I‘m painting. This is accomplished by letting the individual‘s narrative drive my work. I use traditional drawing and oil painting techniques to articulate the qualities of each individual.”⠀
– Riley Holloway

Final days of our current show Look, Listen and Respond by Riley Holloway and Sedrick Huckaby. 💥

Riley Holloway
Surrounded by Grace 1, 2021
Oil on wooden panel
61 × 61 cm
24 × 24 in

The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond: "My work begins with the individual. I‘ve always been an observer of people and run into individuals who inspire me through their personality, fashion or conversation. I aim for creating pieces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints, and true to the person I‘m painting. This is accomplished by letting the individual‘s narrative drive my work. I use traditional drawing and oil painting techniques to articulate the qualities of each individual.”⠀
– Riley Holloway

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming show from August - new show alert I SAW IT HANG DOWN THERE 💥7 August - 4 Septem...
23/07/2021

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming show from August -
new show alert

I SAW IT HANG DOWN THERE 💥
7 August - 4 September 2021

RYAN COSBERT, LUCAS KAISER, KEMI ONABULE, ALINA SOKOLOVA, KEMAR WYNTER

More info: http://bode-projects.com

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming show from August -
new show alert

I SAW IT HANG DOWN THERE 💥
7 August - 4 September 2021

RYAN COSBERT, LUCAS KAISER, KEMI ONABULE, ALINA SOKOLOVA, KEMAR WYNTER

More info: http://bode-projects.com

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears ...
22/07/2021

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears and struggle, and for speaking his mind with traditional drawing and oil painting techniques on canvas. The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond: ⠀

RILEY HOLLOWAY
Blessed to Know What Bliss Feels Like, 2021
Oil on canvas
106 × 106 cm (41 3/4 × 41 3/4 in)

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears and struggle, and for speaking his mind with traditional drawing and oil painting techniques on canvas. The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond: ⠀

RILEY HOLLOWAY
Blessed to Know What Bliss Feels Like, 2021
Oil on canvas
106 × 106 cm (41 3/4 × 41 3/4 in)

SEDRICK HUCKABY10 Drawings, 2020 Mixed Media on paper 41.5 × 29.5 cm (16 3/8 × 11 5/8 in)The American painter Sedrick Hu...
21/07/2021

SEDRICK HUCKABY
10 Drawings, 2020
Mixed Media on paper
41.5 × 29.5 cm (16 3/8 × 11 5/8 in)

The American painter Sedrick Huckaby lives and works in Fort Worth, TX, US. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Guggenheim award. His works are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, African American Museum, McNay Art Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Blanton Museum, Dalles, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Our current show features large format paintings of the American artist Sedrick Huckaby whose practice explores themes o...
20/07/2021
Sedrick Huckaby’s New Solo Exhibition at Blanton Museum Features a Portrait of His Student, Former President George W. Bush

Our current show features large format paintings of the American artist Sedrick Huckaby whose practice explores themes of community and tradition through figurative painting. Within oil painting, Huckaby seeks to reveal the Afro-American cultural landscape of his own community by creating connections between the past and the present. In his portraits, his Texan background is often a reference, both conceptually and pictorially which investigates the cultural link between his subjects and himself. The article about his current show at the Blanton Museum in Austin, Texas, US, reveals the Painter's legendary portrait painting of his former student George W. Bush.

https://www.culturetype.com/2021/07/04/sedrick-huckabys-new-solo-exhibition-at-blanton-museum-features-a-portrait-of-his-student-former-president-george-w-bush/

Read More about the current show:
https://buff.ly/3r9I3R

#sedrickhuckaby #painting #historical #quilt #american #portraits

  THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT the National Portrait Gallery's Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. If you do well you might find yourself in the company of a U.S. President or First Lady. In 2...

Riley HollowayThe Look, 2021Ink and gouache on paper17.7 × 11.4 cm7 × 4 1/2 in
15/07/2021

Riley Holloway
The Look, 2021
Ink and gouache on paper
17.7 × 11.4 cm
7 × 4 1/2 in

Riley Holloway
The Look, 2021
Ink and gouache on paper
17.7 × 11.4 cm
7 × 4 1/2 in

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears ...
14/07/2021

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears and struggle, and for speaking his mind with traditional drawing and oil painting techniques on canvas. The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond:

"My work begins with the individual. I‘ve always been an observer of people and run into individuals who inspire me through their personality, fashion or conversation. I aim for creating pieces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints, and true to the person I‘m painting. This is accomplished by letting the individual‘s narrative drive my work. I use traditional drawing and oil painting techniques to articulate the qualities of each individual."

Riley Holloway
Southern Charm, 2021
Oil on canvas
85 × 61 cm (33 1/2 × 24 1/8 in)

Read More about the current show:
https://buff.ly/3r9I3RQ

Riley Holloway is best known for his dynamic practice with text and image, his perspective of wandering thoughts, fears and struggle, and for speaking his mind with traditional drawing and oil painting techniques on canvas. The painter Riley Holloway presents deeply personal stories in the current show Look, Listen and Respond:

"My work begins with the individual. I‘ve always been an observer of people and run into individuals who inspire me through their personality, fashion or conversation. I aim for creating pieces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints, and true to the person I‘m painting. This is accomplished by letting the individual‘s narrative drive my work. I use traditional drawing and oil painting techniques to articulate the qualities of each individual."

Riley Holloway
Southern Charm, 2021
Oil on canvas
85 × 61 cm (33 1/2 × 24 1/8 in)

Read More about the current show:
https://buff.ly/3r9I3RQ

Riley HollowaySunday Service, 2021Ink and gouache on paper17.7 × 11.4 cm7 × 4 1/2 inRead More about the exhibition Look,...
13/07/2021

Riley Holloway
Sunday Service, 2021
Ink and gouache on paper
17.7 × 11.4 cm
7 × 4 1/2 in

Read More about the exhibition Look, Listen and Respond on our website:
https://buff.ly/3wA5uVl

Riley Holloway
Sunday Service, 2021
Ink and gouache on paper
17.7 × 11.4 cm
7 × 4 1/2 in

Read More about the exhibition Look, Listen and Respond on our website:
https://buff.ly/3wA5uVl

Portrait painting used to successfully depict the unmistakable individuality of a person. In the past, it was an art for...
07/07/2021

Portrait painting used to successfully depict the unmistakable individuality of a person. In the past, it was an art form reserved for the privileged and affluent few. Photography offered an opportunity to identify a broad section of society’s personal reality. Sedrick Huckaby has developed his individual painting practice, often confronting the viewer with a direct, frontal expression. In the exhibition Look, Listen and Respond the figures are isolated, covered by anonymity, yet represent a moment of contemplation.

Dissatisfied with the inability of such images to represent the complexity of the historical moment, Huckaby created large format paintings where he was using motifs for his paintings — the view itself— contained just such a complexity. Here was a place with its own history that could be coaxed into an image by deliberate observation and ex*****on, a place that bore the marks of history and psychology in the people and facial expressions of individuals.

SEDRICK HUCKABY
Study for 'Carrie, Nosy', 2021
Oil on canvas
25.4 × 30.5 cm (10 × 12 in)

SEDRICK HUCKABY
Carry, Aunt Carry, Nosy, 2013
Oil on canvas on panel
183 × 122 cm (72 × 48 in)

Sedrick Huckaby received his Masters of Fine Arts from Yale University in 1999. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Guggenheim award, Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, and a Lewis Comfort Tiffany Award. His works are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, African American Museum, McNay Art Museum; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; among others.

Read more in our link on our website 🔛
https://www.bode-projects.com/exhibitions/31/overview/

#sedrickhuckaby #artiststudio #figurativepainting #oilpainting #impasto #artcollector #contemporaryart #portraits #painting #figurative #artshow #bodeprojects

The title of the duo exhibition 'Look, Listen and Respond' by Sedrick Huckaby and Riley Holloway refers to the moment of...
02/07/2021

The title of the duo exhibition 'Look, Listen and Respond' by Sedrick Huckaby and Riley Holloway refers to the moment of time when someone has to contemplate, when being confronted with new ways of seeing.

LOOK, LISTEN AND RESPOND
RILEY HOLLOWAY, SEDRICK HUCKABY
26 JUNE - 31 JULY 2021

Sedrick Huckaby is an American painter whose practice explores themes of community and tradition through figurative painting. Within oil painting, Huckaby seeks to reveal the Afro-American cultural landscape of his own community by creating connections between the past and the present. In his portraits, his Texan background is often a reference, both conceptually and pictorially which investigates the cultural link between his subjects and himself.

In the exhibition Look, Listen and Respond, figures are isolated, covered by anonymity, yet represent a moment of contemplation. Dissatisfied with the inability of such images to represent the complexity of the historical moment, Huckaby created large format paintings of paintings where he was using motifs for his paintings on photographs — the view itself— contained just such a complexity. Here was a place with its own history that could be coaxed into an image by deliberate observation and ex*****on, a place that bore the marks of history and psychology in the people and facial expressions of individuals.

Sedrick Huckaby, born 1975 in Fort Worth,Texas, US, lives and works in Fort Worth, TX. He received his MFA from Yale University in 1999. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Guggenheim award, Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, and a Lewis Comfort Tiffany Award. His works are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, African American Museum, Dallas, Texas; McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York; among others.

Riley Holloway, born 1989 in Los Angeles, US, lives and works in Dallas, TX. Holloway attended The Art Institute of Dallas and the Florence Academy of Art, where he focused on traditional drawing and oil painting techniques. His works are in the collections of the University of Oregon, Stanford University, and the Dean collection, among others.

Read More:
https://www.bode-projects.com/exhibitions/31-look-listen-and-respond-riley-holloway-sedrick-huckaby/overview/

The title of the duo exhibition 'Look, Listen and Respond' by Sedrick Huckaby and Riley Holloway refers to the moment of time when someone has to contemplate, when being confronted with new ways of seeing.

LOOK, LISTEN AND RESPOND
RILEY HOLLOWAY, SEDRICK HUCKABY
26 JUNE - 31 JULY 2021

Sedrick Huckaby is an American painter whose practice explores themes of community and tradition through figurative painting. Within oil painting, Huckaby seeks to reveal the Afro-American cultural landscape of his own community by creating connections between the past and the present. In his portraits, his Texan background is often a reference, both conceptually and pictorially which investigates the cultural link between his subjects and himself.

In the exhibition Look, Listen and Respond, figures are isolated, covered by anonymity, yet represent a moment of contemplation. Dissatisfied with the inability of such images to represent the complexity of the historical moment, Huckaby created large format paintings of paintings where he was using motifs for his paintings on photographs — the view itself— contained just such a complexity. Here was a place with its own history that could be coaxed into an image by deliberate observation and ex*****on, a place that bore the marks of history and psychology in the people and facial expressions of individuals.

Sedrick Huckaby, born 1975 in Fort Worth,Texas, US, lives and works in Fort Worth, TX. He received his MFA from Yale University in 1999. Huckaby has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Guggenheim award, Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, and a Lewis Comfort Tiffany Award. His works are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, African American Museum, Dallas, Texas; McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York; among others.

Riley Holloway, born 1989 in Los Angeles, US, lives and works in Dallas, TX. Holloway attended The Art Institute of Dallas and the Florence Academy of Art, where he focused on traditional drawing and oil painting techniques. His works are in the collections of the University of Oregon, Stanford University, and the Dean collection, among others.

Read More:
https://www.bode-projects.com/exhibitions/31-look-listen-and-respond-riley-holloway-sedrick-huckaby/overview/

Chris Watts is an abstract painter and mixed-media artist whose work interrogates social and personal narratives around ...
12/06/2021

Chris Watts is an abstract painter and mixed-media artist whose work interrogates social and personal narratives around embodiment, and understandings of the visible. Within his work, the artist seeks to analyse, re-examine and revise existing conventions by means of their abstract representation, and re-evaluation. Chris Watts, born 1984 in High Point, North Carolina; lives and works in New York, and Charlotte, US.

In the current show Witness or pretend: Decoding materiality in southern art, we present the artist feature of Chris Watts on Berlin Views: https://berlinviews.com

The gallery tour in Berlin in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is all about boosting visibility and exposure of galleries and ...
12/06/2021

The gallery tour in Berlin in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is all about boosting visibility and exposure of galleries and art spaces within the neighbourhood, encouraging art mediation, and reducing inhibitions among visitors.

19 June 2021, 12pm – 6pm
Berlin, Germany

Read More: http://charlottenwalk.de

The gallery tour in Berlin in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is all about boosting visibility and exposure of galleries and art spaces within the neighbourhood, encouraging art mediation, and reducing inhibitions among visitors.

19 June 2021, 12pm – 6pm
Berlin, Germany

Read More: http://charlottenwalk.de

04/06/2021
Chris Watts in his Studio

Our artist Chris Watts in the making of our current show Witness or pretend: Decoding materiality in southern art in his NY Studio. This is a glimpse of a studio interview covering the practice and approach of Chris Watts in preparation for the show.

Witness or pretend: Decoding materiality in southern art
19 May – 19 June 2021

Read More: https://www.bode-projects.com/exhibitions/21/overview/

Video credit: @iamelizaveta_nyc

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