QUENTIN CURRY
One Month Later
2005
30 x 24 inches
QUENTIN CURRY
One Month Later
2005
30 x 24 inches
For Immediate Release
Exhibition dates: June 29 - July 29, 2006

Project Room: Quentin Curry


Quentin Curry paints images of the aftermath of everyday disasters. Using sentimental image, his paintings provide a deeply layered, apocalyptic vision of a not too distant future (or past). His works shift in palate and surface quickly. The paintings face are often dominated by a thick and grainy texture made by applying pigment to the painting through the weave of various fabrics. His use of the weave can also be seen in his compositions, which bring together often-dispart scenes and characters to create his subjects.

Born in 1972, Quentin Curry received his education at Bard College in New York and The San Francisco Art Institute. He will be featured in upcoming group shows at Stellan Holm Gallery and Stephen Stux in New York as well as Kavi Gupta in Chicago. He also has a scheduled solo show in 2007 with Stellan Holm Gallery. Curry lives and works in New York.

The exhibition opens June 29th and will run through August 5th, 2006. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, June 29 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Valet parking will be available during the reception. For more information about the gallery please visit www.kantorfeuer.com.

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