PETER BAKER, FELIX R. CID, SARAH MUEHLBAUER, YORGOS PRINOS, MANAL ABU- SHAHEEN, HRVOJE SLOVENC, MONIKA SZILÁDI
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to present, No Greater Fiction, a photography based group exhibition featuring the works of Peter Baker, Felix R. Cid, Sarah Muehlbauer, Yorgos Prinos, Manal Abu- Shaheen, Hrvoje Slovenc, and Mónika Sziládi. While disparate in their approaches and processes, what links this group of artists is a shared sense that what passes for everyday public activity in our current society is more bizarre, baffling, and incomprehensible than our imaginations are capable of contriving.
October 29 – January 3, 2015
AIMÉE BURG, TAMAR ETTUN, MONIKA SZILADI
Bosi Contemporary is pleased to announce "in, side - throughout," a group show curated by Naomi Lev featuring works by new york based artists Aimée Burg, Tamar Ettun, and Mónika Sziládi.
Object-human relationships can be perceived in many different ways. The object can become humanized and fetishized and the human on the other hand, can be objectified. In this show Aimée Burg, Tamar Ettun, and Mónika Sziládi bring their own take on the interdependences between bodies, minds, and the objects surrounding them. The combination of the works in the show explores the charged relationships we have with the objects we use every day; whether in terms of religious, ceremonial, mundane, or psychological interdependencies. The impact of these relationships on our lives ranges from the very physical, through mental and emotional experiences, to metaphysical and spiritual attributes.
September 17 - October 18, 2014 | EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 25
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to announce The Loss of So Many, a solo exhibition by David Mellen. The exhibition will feature works that question the idea of dimensionality and how a canvas can become a vehicle for more than just two-dimensional representation.
Combining the sculptural and the painterly, Mellen creates a trapeze act between the flat and the three dimensional, between the placeable and the unidentifiable. The physical malleability of the sculptural parallels the impressionable subject matter.
July 2 - August 23, 2014
DANIEL BEJAR, ETHAN BRECKENRIDGE, CLAUDIA CORTINEZ + CARLOS VELA-PRADO, ALIZA NISENBAUM, REKA REISINGER
Bosi Contemporary, in collaboration with the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, is proud to present Quality of Life, a group exhibition featuring Daniel Bejar, Ethan Breckenridge, Claudia Cortinez + Carlos Vela-Prado, Aliza Nisenbaum, and Reka Reisinger, all past recipients of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. The meaning, significance, and success of an individual life defies a single definition, and each artist contends with these themes in their own way, demonstrating the complexity and never ending way we seek to quantify a life well lived.
June 19 - July 19, 2014
KATIE HOLTEN, MARIATERESA SARTORI
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to announce Linea, an exhibition of new work by Katie Holten and Mariateresa Sartori curated by Kathy Battista. The exhibition will consider the potential of drawing through works on paper, canvas, and cardboard, as well as video, found objects, and a series of walks. The two artists were chosen for their investigations into drawing as an expanded field. Drawing is the basis of their work – as an act of mark making, a tool for mapping presence and a device for tracing actions. In the twentieth century drawing was freed from representation, effectively liberating it from the flat surface, enabling it to venture into space. Holten and Sartori use various means to obsessively map their place in the cosmos - Linea refers to the geological strata on the surface of a moon or a planet and in Italian it means “line”, the basis of all drawing.
April 27 - May 31, 2014
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to present Soft Corps a solo exhibition by Israeli artist Shony Rivnay. Combining sculpture, photography, video, and painting, the exhibition reveals a unique body of work that simultaneously embraces beauty and the post-apocalyptic.
March 4 - April 5, 2014
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to announce Republika a solo exhibition by Serbia born performance artist Marta Jovanović. The exhibition will feature selected works created in the past four years and presented for the first time in the U.S. The show will be honoring Jovanović’s artist’s book “Performing the Self” written by Kathy Battista which will be launched in a special event and panel discussion at the gallery.
January 29 - March 1, 2014