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May 17 2012 to June 23 2012

Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM

 
 
59 Franklin Street
New York, NY 10013
646-559-1423


Incidental Western is a solo exhibition of new work by Michael Berryhill '09SOA at Kansas gallery. Michael Berryhill's studio practice is an intensive exploration of temporal production and the impossibility of painting. His recent paintings, sculptures and works on paper are informed by accident and recovery; an attempt to invent his way into meaningful mystery.

At the core of Berryhill's methodology is an ecstatic belief in the inexplicable things of the world and their effects on vision and perception. The relationships we cultivate and memories we carry are cherished, thereby meaningful. Berryhill's work isolates and creates memories out of nothing and in this way the viewer's engagement becomes a shared experience with the author's discovery. To this end, the artist finds solace with the process, abandonment, and fulfillment of painting. Through will and faith, Berryhill is loyal to an understanding and acceptance of why images should exist rather than disappear.

This is Michael Berryhill's first show with Kansas gallery.


Artist's Bio:
Michael Berryhill | School of the Arts class of 2009

Michael Berryhill lives and works in New York, NY. He received a MFA from Columbia University, New York, NY, a BFA in Painting from University of Texas at Austin, TX and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME. His solo exhibitions include Horton Gallery, New York, NY and Bryan Miller Gallery, Houston, TX. His work has been included in group exhibitions at Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Blütenweiss Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Okay Mountain and Arthouse, Austin, TX; Bull and Ram, New York, NY; David Castillo, Miami, FL and Participant Inc. New York, NY among others.





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