Hashimoto Contemporary is happy to present Summer season in the City, a team exhibition curated by Jennifer Rizzo. The exhibition brings together a group of seven rising artists new to the gallery, with a emphasis on artists residing and performing in the better New York space and outside of. Showcasing an eclectic blend of mediums, disciplines and perspectives the group presentation highlights young artists at the forefront of contemporary artwork earning, a perfectly refreshing summer group present.
Natalie Baxter explores ideas of location-identification, nostalgic Americana, and gender stereotypes as a result of sculptures that playfully push controversial issues. Sabrina Bockler’s operate references themes of domestic id and the value (or absence thereof) in what is traditionally regarded women’s do the job. Producing decadent scenes of surrealist abundance with an off-kilter allure that begs for a nearer appear, the artist details out that almost everything is not fairly as it would seem. Oona Brangam-Snell’s operate seeks to spotlight the enduring electric power of standard symbols and their roles in modern iconography, in an era where fabric style has been described by digitization and industrial producing. Seriously motivated by hundreds of years of textile manufacturing, from medieval tapestries to grand theater curtains, she drafts her functions as paintings before reworking them into device-loomed and hand- embroidered tapestries. Nic Dyer examines a have to have for excess in the wake of restriction. Their sculptural paintings are a meditation on methods of visual & consumable hyper-palatability, each individual canvas lush with glitter, sweets, opulence. Dyer’s get the job done is an work out in acquiring it all.
Mar Figueroa examines the interrelationships among her bicultural identification, celebrating her Andean heritage and reflecting on Indigenous identity in Latin American diaspora. Through her do the job, the artist attempts to make room for local community to see themselves, reconnect to their ancestors, and uplift ancient methods and information. Rachel Hayden’s latest paintings are impressed by massive, hefty feelings and their mysterious origins – the unexpected pangs of stress that strike in childhood, as properly as the moments of abundance and bliss. The method of painting entails intuitive, playful placement of objects, like arranging souvenirs on a shelf. The artist seeks to come across get in chaos, pleasure in mess and humor in tragedy. Polly Shindler commences her paintings by concentrating her interest to the structure of both the actual physical ‘space’ as well as that of the painting surface. Her curiosity in building areas grew initial from an investigation of solitude and retreat, and then to a narrower target on composition and extra official ideas. Via her operate, Shindler highlights the great line amongst realism and design.