Since its inception in 1989, the gallery has presented a program of exceptional solo exhibitions and dynamic group shows. In autumn of 1999, the gallery moved from its original home in SoHo to its current location on the corner of 10th Avenue and 27th Street in Chelsea. In November 2011, the gallery opened its second location at 515 W. 27th Street, and in September 2014, a third space at 297 Tenth Avenue. The gallery publishes a variety of catalogues and monographs, participates in international art fairs and frequently presents outdoor public art projects."> Paul Kasmin Gallery - Erik Parker in "AftermodernisM" at the Nassau County Museum of Art

AftermodernisM
Nassau County Museum of Art

“AN ASYMMETRIC AESTHETIC IN A  FRACTURED ASYMMETRIC WORLD”

Erik Parker, Nina Chanel Abney, Justin Craun, Wendell Gladstone, Tom Sanford

“AM”
June 29 through October 13, 2013

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce Erik Parker will be on view alongside Nina Chanel Abney, Justin Craun, Wendell Gladstone, and Tom Sanford in AftermodernisM at the Nassau County Museum of Art, 29 June - 13 October, 2013. The exhibition is organized for the Museum’s Contemporary Collectors Circle by CCC co-chairs Elaine Berger and Alison Wolfson. On view in the Museum's Second Floor Galleries, the five artists in the show, aged 31 to 44, represent a movement of young artists involved in the use of very strong color. They share an interest in combining figurative and abstract elements in new and innovative ways. The famed art collector Hubert Neumann called it “an asymmetric aesthetic for a fractured asymmetric world."



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