HEAD Curated by Robert Curcio and D. Dominick Lombardi

HEAD Curated by Robert Curcio and D. Dominick Lombardi
HEAD Curated by Robert Curcio and D. Dominick Lombardi

BOSI Contemporary is pleased to announce HEAD, curated by Robert Curcio and D. Dominick Lombardi, a summer time exhibition to fill your head with thoughts and images of sex, industry, religion, soul, “reality”, fantasy and uneasiness.

Esther Naor Be a good girl 2012 mixed media installation
Esther Naor “Be a good girl” 2012 mixed media installation
Esther Naor Be a good girl 2012 mixed media installation
Esther Naor “Be a good girl” 2012 mixed media installation

HEAD is an exploration of a physical object, a locus of the personal, contemporary open-ended concepts and concerns. As a result, the wide-ranging and diverse depictions of head in this exhibition present a more universal message.

Paintings by Christophe Avella-Bagur
Paintings by Christophe Avella-Bagur 
Art by Benedetta Bonichi
Art by Benedetta Bonichi 
Paintings by Richard Butler
Paintings by Richard Butler

In Christophe Avella-Bagur‘s paintings the head becomes a platform for multiple presentations, as it floats and searches for its right place in a post-human world. Using x-ray technology and detailed representations of human skeletons, Benedetta Bonichi overtly suggests vanity, as well as the sexual act of ‘giving’ head. In Richard Butler’s paintings he veils his heads behind what can be described as patterns from industry and religion.

Paintings by Lori Field
Paintings by Lori Field

Lori Field’s painted and collaged hybrids of animals and humans have their heads filled and layered with imagery that further entrenches their otherness. In Rieko Fujinami subtle drawings she addresses the transient elements of identity to reveal the soul inside the head. Chambliss Giobbi’s personalized constructed heads are obsessive and psychological, a compression of moments.

Paintings by Ronald L. Hall
Paintings by Ronald L. Hall
Art by Nina Levy
Art by Nina Levy
Art by D. Dominick Lombardi
Art by D. Dominick Lombardi

Any politician will tell you that perception trumps reality, as this “reality” does not escape the gaze of Ronald L Hall’s paintings. The drastic changes in the relative sizes of Nina Levy’s sculptures and photographs of heads evoke an emotional response, while the meaning behind those changes incites fantasy. D. Dominick Lombardi’s sculptures depict the head more as an open-ended receptacle than a symbol in and of itself.

Art by Esther Naor
Art by Esther Naor 
Paintings by Lena Viddo
Paintings by Lena Viddo

The installations of Esther Naor hint at autobiography, but her minimal bright yellow heads with plumb red lips reach beyond themselves to a narrative of vulnerability, beauty and death. Lena Viddo’s paintings of naughty nubiles instill in the viewer a distinct feeling of uneasiness.
A catalogue will accompany the exhibition, and will be available for sale or can be ordered at lulu.com.

Gallery summer hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am – 7 pm

 

Bosi Contemporary

Address: 48 Orchard Street New York, NY 10002 

Jamie Martinez

Jamie Martinez

Jamie Martinez is the founder and publisher of ARTE FUSE contemporary art platform. Jamie is an artist that uses triangulation which is the formation of or division into triangles. His process involves constructing, deconstructing and fragmenting images, data, and information geometrically into triangulated segments whether it’s in painting, sculpture, video, AR/VR or conceptual work. He studied at the International Fine Arts College, Fashion Institute of Technology and the Art Students League. Follow him @TRIANGULISM (instagram and twitter)

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