Paul Calendrillo New York Gallery
547 W 27th St, Suite 600, New York
11 am - 6 pm
You Muse You Lose
Apr 05-Apr 27
Paul Calendrillo New York is proud to present You Muse You Lose, an inaugural group exhibition featuring and curated by Abigail Tulis. The show has its roots in medieval symbolism but the stems and flowers of this non-aromatic bouquet become a thicket of twists and turns on that theme.
May 03-May 26
May 3rd, 5pm to 8pm
May 4th, 5pm to 9pm
Timothy Williams reminds us with his art how beauty can be created from discarded and distressed materials via a myriad of techniques in which aggression, if not violence, are the sine qua non to their materialization. Yet in taking, so to speak, the bull by the horns, Williams artworks are assertive and assured in their aggression, but one in which the re-contextualization of violence is self-empowering through artistic acts of creative destruction, or in the artists case, an aesthetics and poetics of destructive creativity.
- Raul Zamudio
Appetite For Destruction- On Timothy Williams’s Destructive Creativity.
Essay excerpt from upcoming Quiet Lunch Magazine September 2018 Issue.
Paul Calendrillo New York is pleased to present the inaugural NY solo exhibition of California artist, Timothy Williams.
Sunshine Deathmask features torched instruments and doors, bullet riddled surfboards, rusted welded spikes, chrome skulls crowning decomposing metal towers illuminated by blue light, and ocean videos projected on animal skeletons. Williams visceral, inventive and multi-layered works are a darkly alluring ride through So. Cal experiences of wildfires, gun violence, riots, slides, and rage against the falsity of Hollywood.
Images/Bio Timothy Williams
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