Home exhibition at The Peninsula New York honoring the notion of home, identity and community through original works by a curated selection of artists. All works are presented in conjunction with Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NY.
Featured image: Ashley Bickerton – The Edge of Things, S. Pacific, 1993. Coral and canvas.
Ashley Bickerton lives and works in Bali, Indonesia but was born in Barbados, West Indies. Bickerton is a member of Neo-Geo artists that emerged in NY in the 1980’s, blurring the boundaries between media, photography, sculpture, landscape and realism. He became more focused later on hyper-realistic figurativism and his works depicts parodied Western fantasy of tropical island life.
Celebrated Korean born artist Do Ho Suh uses various media to create his expansive works. He is best known for fabric sculptures that reconstructs to scale his homes from around the world.
Cause & Effect, 2017. Acrylic, aluminum disc, stainless steel frame, stainless steel cable and monofilament. On display in the hotel’s Gotham Lounge.
Wierlandstr 18, 12159 Berlin – 3 Corridors, 2011. Polyester fabric and stainless steel tubes 3 parts each.
Angel Otero was born in Puerto Rico and know lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Otero is best known for his innovative process of paint scraping that makes his pieces bold and textured. He at times uses this process to convey personal memories archiving them within the works.
Untitled 2017. Oil paint and fabric collaged on paper.
Untitled 2019. Oil paint and fabric collaged on clayboard.
Untitled 2018. Oil paint and fabric collaged on paper.
Heidi Bucher was born is Winterhur, Switzerland, she will be remembered for her use of latex in her works. Bucher’s pieces can be seen in public spaces such as hotels, government offices and mental institutions.
Untitled (Puerta interior Palacio / interior palace door), Lanzarote, 1984. Latex and cotton on canvas.