KHI-LEE THORPE ‘HOME’

April 26 – May 13, 2017 Khi-Lee Thorpe’s installation of discarded doors reclaims redundant objects of domesticity through gestural mark making. Doors function both as a boundary and as a passageway between public and private space. They separate interior from exterior, sealing off areas to create shelter and safety, while simultaneously obstructing them. Thorpe sourced […]

MATTHEW ENGERT | YEAR ZERO

April 26 – May 13 Matthew Engert’s suite of large-scale oil paintings, in this exhibition, reflect his recent focus on those aspects of his practice which are rooted in process, materiality, and aesthetics. These works, although a logical progression of the often dark, formless, and minimal aesthetics of his oeuvre constitute a break from the […]