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.
Up close and personal with one of Samantha Bittman's hand-woven works. She painstakingly layers acrylic paint over hand-woven textile, blurring the line between flat and three-dimensional surface. Her works distort the perception of the viewer, one factor all the paintings in our current exhibition, Delineation share. @samantha_bittman #JoshuaLinerGallery #AbstractArt #MaterialDesign #ContemporaryPainting
#tbt To warmer weather and our summer mixer 2016 show. It included this dizzying acrylic on canvas work from Johnny Abrahams. His work leaves the viewer spellbound in a trance. Don't miss "Delineation," our current group exhibition featuring @johnnyabrahams, Elise Ferguson @e_a_ferguson, Jason Middlebrook @jmiddlebrook9999, and Samantha Bittman @samantha_bittman. #JoshuaLinerGallery #AbstractArt
Get your copy of the @pietparra catalog from his 2015 exhibition, "No Work Today." Essay written by Joseph Becker, Associate Curator of Architecture & Design @sfmoma, exhibition photography by Adam Reich, design by @ninamgibbes and printed by GHP Media. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a copy. #JoshuaLinerGallery #Parra #ArtBook
In recognition of World Puppetry day, we want to show appreciation to our favorite puppeteer and visual artist Wayne White. He started his career at Pee Wee's Playhouse, for which he was awarded three Emmy's. After that his he went on to work in production design and fine art. Shown are two large-scale puppets from the 2014 exhibition, Invisible Ruler. Wayne White, The Louvin Brothers, 2014, 14 x 16 x 16 feet #JoshuaLinerGallery, #WayneWhite #Puppeteering
Jason Middlebrook, A Separation is Always Caused by Time, 2017, Acrylic on cherry, 90 x 18 x 1 inches. Middlebrook's work joins the mediums of sculpture and painting. Using reclaimed wood as a canvas he melds nature, history, and art. The abstraction painted has a dizzying effect on the viewer, as if staring a rift in time. This work and others are featured in the group exhibition, Delineation, along with the artists @johnnyabrahams @e_a_ferguson and @samantha_bittman. #JoshuaLinerGallery #JasonMiddlebrook #AbstractArt