• PICTURE THIS: Every Which Way on Sunday by Damian Stamer

    Viewing the work of Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume
    Viewing the work of Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume
    Artist Damien Stamer at Freight + Volume
    Artist Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume

    If you build it, they will come. But how about if you wreck it or rather let it fall apart, will they still come? Of course they will and last November 21st that AF came to see the latest works of Damian Stamer for his show, Sundays. Fifty shades of grayscale-tinged oil on panel pieces seemed to be an easy label but there is more to the ramshackle view of structures in the American South – they are very textured and captivating. The works are ethereal and yet very deep in layers of symbolic girth that runs in proportion to the scale of the paintings. I think you can enjoy these latest works every day of the week but on Sunday, like the good Lord says, you can take a much needed rest in its weathered beauty.

     

    Damian Stamer: Sundays: On View: Nov. 21 – Dec. 28, 2013

    Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday (11 am to 6 pm) or by appointment

    Freight + Volume. 530 West 24th Street. NYC, NY 10011.

     

    Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

    Photography by: Jamie Martinez

    The opening for Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume
    The opening for Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume
    Art Night in Chelsea at Freight + Volume
    Art Night in Chelsea at Freight + Volume
    The art of Damien Stamer at Freight + Volume
    The art of Damian Stamer at Freight + Volume
    The packed house at Freight + Volume for Damian Stamer Opening
    The packed house at Freight + Volume for Damian Stamer Opening
    A series of work by Damian Stamer
    A series of work by Damian Stamer
    Looking at the building of an Art by Damian Stamer
    Looking at the building of an Art by Damian Stamer
    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier's firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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