Between the Eyes @ Crosstown Arts in Memphis, TN



Rubens Ghenov and Marina Adams


Rob de Oude, Laurel Sucsy, and Rubens Ghenov


From the Press Release:

Crosstown Arts is pleased to present "Between the Eyes," a group show about contemporary abstract painting and how we see it. 

Just as the relationships of pitch and duration can express emotion in music, the formal relationships of hue, value, shape, and placement can collect to create meaning in abstract painting. Featuring the work of six painters exploring distinct modes of abstraction, the exhibition examines the way each artist uses deliberate choices to engage us in the experience of looking. Formal cues such as gesture, color and the use of found objects prompt us to recognize patterns and attribute meaning to certain behaviors. Physicality contends with the pictorial as we both decipher and project meaning into the space of abstract forms.




 Rubens Ghenov, Marina Adams, Rob de Oude, Laurel Sucsy, Rubens Ghenov, and Iva Gueorguieva



Marina Adams, Four Worlds, 2013, oil and acrylic on panel, 74 x 74 in.


 Iva Gueorguieva and Joe Fyfe


Rob de Oude, Fanning a Recurring Past, 2012, Oil and acrylic on panel, 16 x 16 in.


Laurel Sucsy, Untitled, 2015 oil on linen, 20 x 16 in.


Iva Gueorguieva and Joe Fyfe



Between the Eyes
curated by Laurel Sucsy

Featuring work by New York-based artists Marina Adams, Rob de Oude, and Joe Fyfe; LA-based artist Iva Gueorguieva; Philadelphia-based artist Rubens Ghenov; and Laurel Sucsy of Memphis. 

On view through May 16, 2015

422 North Cleveland
Memphis, TN

Review by Frederic Koeppel

Review by Eileen Townsend

*images by Ben Butler



Comments

Paul Behnke said…
Yes, I'm so glad to see this in my hometown!
Laurel did a great job curating.