From the Press Release:
Theodore:Art is pleased to present the work of four idiosyncratic Brooklyn based painters.
Michael Callaghan was born in San Francisco, California and received a degree in Biophysics from UC Berkeley. He worked at UC San Francisco Medical School and Haverford College in the chemistry department before moving to the film industry where he was an assistant cameraman for several years in New York City. Michael Callaghan lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Steven Charles is a New York based artist born in England. He earned his BA from the University of North Texas and his MFA from Temple University in Rome. His works have been exhibited in New York in solo shows at Pierogi, Brooklyn and Marlborough, New York, as well as abroad in Canada and Spain. Most recently Charles had solo exhibitions at Stux Gallery, New York, and at Associated Gallery, Brooklyn. In 2000, his work earned him both a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a New York Foundation for the Arts Art Fellowship.
Brian Dupont is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute (BFA) and Cornell University (MFA). His work was exhibited most recently at a solo show at Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, Maryland in 2013 and in a two-person show with Chris Rusak in 2012 at Skydive Art Space in Houston, Texas. Dupont writes about contemporary art and art issues, most recently for 'Big, Red and Shiny,' 'Idiom,' and his own site 'Artists Texts' and curates the Extra Gallery space. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Christopher Moss received a BFA in 2000 from the Marywood University, Scranton, PA and an MFA in 2006 from CUNY Brooklyn College. His work has been included in group exhibitions at Shaheen Contemporary (Cleveland, OH), Grizzly Grizzly (Philadelphia, PA) and Small Black Door (Ridgewood, NY) among others, and is available at Artware Editions (New York) and Theodore:Art (Brooklyn) where he will have his first New York solo exhibition in March 2014.
Brooklyn Boys Go Bowling
Michael Callaghan, Brian Dupont, and Christopher Moss
Opening: January 3, 6-9 PM
January 3 - February 16, 2014
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206