2020 Exhibitions

Current

Wayne Ngan and Tim Wilson

June 12 - August 14

OPENING RECEPTION:


Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition featuring works by two prolific artists: Wayne Ngan and Tim Wilson. This exhibition will illuminate the parallels between these two exquisitely crafted bodies of work that both seem to bring notions of place and time to the forefront. The intimate juxtaposition of these oeuvres allows the viewer to be drawn in by their artistic mastery…

Amir Nikravan
Passing


Things that Look Like Other Things   A threshold is a strip of wood or metal at the bottom of a door that marks the passage between two rooms. It’s also the point at which something changes, or comes into effect, or one thing becomes its opposite. From a distance, Amir Nikravan’s objects resemble the large, metal sculptures of our public parks (like a…

Heidi Hahn
Folded Venus / Pomaded Sweater


I find myself angry these days. I don’t want to tell you exactly what I am angry about. It’s embedded in the paint—unfocused and sprawling. Making this particular body of work gave me a barrier so I could walk around that anger, allowing myself a distance in order to utilize it. I look at the barricade and see what is on the inside—perhaps something familiar,…

PETER BARRICKMAN
Maintenance

January 8 - February 9, 2020


Nathalie Karg Gallery is pleased to present  Maintenance, a show of new work by Peter Barrickman. In this  series of new paintings and drawings, Barrickman uses the Natural History Museum as a place from which to consider and reimagine mortality, show business and the job. Pictorial at heart, the paintings in the exhibition frame views of taxidermy, faux ruins…