Thursday, May 17, 2012

Images from Zoom In

Here are some images from the May 1 opening of the Zoom In exhibit at the Imogen Holloway Gallery.  There was quite a crowd gathered in front of the gallery and the little downtown area of Saugerties was really hopping with people when we arrived.  The crowd had thinned considerably when I actually started taking photos.

It's funny to think that after almost 10 years in the Hudson Valley, this was my first time in Saugerties.  It wasn't Angelika's first time in town.  Last year she made several trips to Saugerties to do a series of intimately scaled performances with Saugerties native, Linda Mary Montano (Montano in conversation with Charles Duncan in the Brooklyn Rail, Feb 2012).  As it turns out, the gallery is in the same space where Mary Linda's grandfather's first opened his shoe store so many years ago.

daatista, 2007 in the fore(wall), with two works by Joy Taylor, Aspen (BareBones and Bare Tree) on the right.
Zoom In will remain on view through Memorial Day.
An artist conversation with Vincent Pomilio and Barb Smith will be held at Imogen Holloway Gallery on Saturday, May 19th at 5pm.
Matthew Magee's Thistle on the left, my Untitled (9Green), 2011 on the right.

A cluster of Brian Lynch's small paintings.

April Berger's Striation #6 on lef with two paintings by Bernie Reitemeyer on the right.

Barb Smith's window installation, Parcel.

Norm Magnusson's window installation.

Joy Taylor's Yellow Building on the left and Vincent Pomilio's Big-Little #42 & #43 on the right.

Kari Gorden's Gravity on the left and Power I on the right.

The last of the gallery goers nearing the end of the evening.

Another Saugerties window installation, this one at the Ace Hardware around the corner.

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