Follow by Email

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Jonathan Podwil: The Golden Age of Cinema (II)


Jonathan Podwil
Toro
2009
oil/linen
20" x 30"


Jonathan Podwil
112263 #6
2005
oil/linen
20" x 30"


Jonathan Podwil
Meeting, 1983
2011
oil/linen
12" x 14"


Jonathan Podwil
Have a Nice Trip
2003
oil/linen
10" x 24"


Jonathan Podwil
Rommel's Funeral
2002
oil/linen
12" x 14"

Jonathan Podwil: The Golden Age of Cinema (I)


Jonathan Podwil
Don't be an Insurgent (small)
2010
oil/linen
10" x 12"


Jonathan Podwil
LA Palms/Baghdad Palms
2003
oil/linen
10" x 24"


Jonathan Podwil
State of the Union (small)
2011
oil/panel
11" x 14"


Jonathan Podwil
State of the Union (large)
2009
oil/linen
36" x 48"


Jonathan Podwil
The American Soldier
2002
oil/linen
36" X 48"

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Curu Necos-Bloice


Curu Necos-Bloice
Untitled
2009
Cut paper collage, framed
16" x 20"

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Upcoming Show @ 4 4 3 P A S


Joanthan Podwil
The American Soldier
2002
oil/linen
36" x 48"

Jonathan Podwil: The Golden Age of Cinema

April 7, 2011 – May 6, 2011
Reception for the artist: Thursday, April 7, 2011, 6-8 pm

4 4 3 P A S
is pleased to announce The Golden Age of Cinema, a new exhibition of paintings by Jonathan Podwil. Featuring works that span Podwil’s career, this show serves as a miniature retrospective of the artist’s oeuvre.

Podwil employs film stills (from his own films, newsreels, and from such cinematic classics as Fassbinder’s The American Soldier) as the source material for his work. He uses these images to conjure ambiguous, sometimes ominous narratives in restrained yet sensuous paintings. With flickering brushwork and murky atmospherics suggesting both the tenebrism of 17th century painting and the dark allure of 20th century cinema, Podwil’s work investigates contemporary painting’s fascination with film.

Podwil has had solo shows at Plane Space and AU Base in New York City, and T19 in Vienna. He has participated in numerous group shows in the United States and abroad, including White Columns and Smack Mellon in New York City, Raid Projects in Los Angeles, IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna, and Galleria Alberto Peola, Torino, Italy. His short films have been screened at Malmo Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, and White Box, New York. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

4 4 3 P A S
is open Monday-Friday from 10 am – 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.

For further information please visit us at http://443pas.com

Thursday, March 3, 2011

POETRY @ 4 4 3 P A S

443 Park Avenue South, Suite 604

ALICE WHITWHAM + KATHLEEN MILLER

Thursday, March 10
6pm
FREE
Light refreshments will be served.


Alice Whitwham graduated with a Master of Arts degree from the University of Chicago in 2009, where she concentrated in Renaissance poetry. She has worked for the Chicago Review, and is now an editorial assistant at Litmus Press.


Kathleen Miller is a poet and social worker who lives in Brooklyn. Her work has been featured in publications such as HOW2, Jacket, Faux Press’ Bay Poetics Anthology, Matrix Magazine, Shifter Magazine and Boog City. Her chapbook, The Weather is Happening All Around Us, was published by Delirium Press in 2006.