Founded in 2008 in New York City’s Chelsea Arts District, Joshua Liner Gallery presents an exciting roster of established and emerging artists from North America, Asia, and Europe.
These fresh voices engage with the issues of today—globalism, new technology, politics, contemporary urban society, the environment—yet in dynamic dialogue with the histories and aesthetics of the past. Gallery artists reveal disparate influences but all share an affinity for pushing the boundaries of discipline and presentation.
Joshua Liner Gallery represents the leading edge of contemporary art practices—new media, mixed-media sculpture, and collective models of production—as well as a focused program of contemporary easel painting. Above all, gallery artists reflect the cultural crosscurrents and decentralized reality of artmaking today.
"While we know history repeats itself, painting will continue to shift and change and build upon the traditional motifs of the past. Summer Breaks is a vessel for this transition and through multiple perspectives comes an exhibition that nods to the past while simultaneously showcasing some of the best and brightest of the future." Jessica Ross (@jessmarieross) reviews SUMMER BREAKS, on Juxtapoz Magazine's (@juxtapozmag) website. #JoshuaLinerGallery #SUMMERBREAKS #JuxtapozMag
#ArtworkOfTheDay Pema Rinzin's (@pema_rinzin_artist) "Night Tree Light 1." It will be on view in Booth 4 at the Seattle Art Fair (@seattleartfair). #PemaRinzin #JoshuaLinerGallery #SeattleArtFair Pema Rinzin, Night Tree Light 1, 2017, Ground mineral pigments and gold on paper, 30.5 x 23 inches.
Congratulations on your work being included as part of American Genre: Contemporary Painting at ICA at Maine College of Art (@mecaart). The show is curated by #MichelleGrabner which opens tonight and is on view through Friday, September 15. #Painting #MomentoMori #MathewZefeldt