"Heather Hutchison: FOREVER CHANGES" | Opening Feb 8. 6-8 | Sarasota, Fla | Alfstad& Contemporary | to March 10, 2018


Heather Hutchison: “Forever Changes” Opens
at Alfstad& Contemporary
EXHIBIT: Feb 8 – Mar 10, 2018 | Daily: Tues – Sat | 11:00am – 5:00pm
OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION: Feb 8, 5:30 – 8:00pm
SARASOTA, FL, January 29, 2018 – Alfstad& Contemporary is pleased to
announce an exhibition of works by Heather Hutchison spanning the past
decade. The exhibit, “Forever Changes,” opens February 8, 2018, and runs
through March 10.
The exhibition highlights Hutchison’s trademark style, which NY Arts Magazine
described as being "more akin to the simplified beauty of James Turrell than the
stark face of minimalism." The comparison is important, especially for anyone
who has only experienced her art in reproductions. The flatness of photographs
creates an illusion of pristineness in her work, which is far from accurate.
Deep, uncomplicated, frames of birch plywood—with visible grain and repeating
striations—mount thin sheets of Plexiglas. Sparingly masked in duck tape with
surfaces coated in beeswax, the constructions are suggestive, from a distance,
of seascapes reflecting on jalousie windows, common in mid-20th-century
homes throughout the Deep South.
When viewers move closer to the artwork, they notice non-uniformed layering of
pigments that extends past the picture plane, the flawed tear marks registered
in the edges of the standard household tapes. Upon closer inspection still, their
attention shifts again, this time to the saturation of Hutchison's colors, now
glowing, inviting them to look, not at the artwork, but through it.
Discussing her work, Hutchison often refers to natural disasters as inspiration.
Acknowledging the beauty, not just the storm, her work inspires a feeling of the
sublime that arises from an intimate engagement with nature. This Romantic
notion, as well as Hutchison's aesthetics, relates closely to 19th-Century
American artists, such as the luminist John Frederick Kensett, who shifted the
visual concern of landscape paintings to an interest in quietism, depicting a
poetic, tranquil experience of nature.
Born in Philomath, Oregon, Hutchison currently works and resides in upstate
New York. She has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Montclair Art Museum,
the Smithsonian, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and the 44th Biennial Exhibition
of American Painting at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Beyond Black And White

January 6 - 27, 2018  Westbeth Gallery 55 Bethune Street, NYC, NY
Opening Jan. 6, 6-8



PULSE Miami Beach | Winston Wächter | December 1- 4 | Booth #N-111

Winston Wächter Fine Art
New York 
 
 
  
 
Heather Hutchison, Yelapa, 2016,
Plexiglas, birch ply, beeswax, pigment, flashe, tape, 23 1/4 x 35 7/8 inches 
 
PULSE Miami Beach
 
December 1st - 4th, 2016
 
Booth #N-111
 
Please click here for a 
Location & Directions
 
Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
PULSE Miami Beach is located at Collins Avenue and 46th Street right next to the Eden Roc Hotel and with direct access from the beach and boardwalk.
 
PULSE Miami Beach Hours
 
Thursday, December 1st
Private Preview Brunch by VIP Invitation 10:00am to 1:00pm
Public Fair Hours 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Young Collectors Cocktails 5:00pm to 7:00pm
 
Friday, December 2nd
Fair Hours 10:00am to 7:00pm
 
Saturday, December 3rd
Fair Hours 10:00am to 7:00pm
Miami Morning 10:00am to 12:00pm
 
Sunday, December 4th
Fair Hours 10:00am to 5:00pm
Miami Morning 10:00am to 12:00pm
Parking and Transportation
 
Shuttle: A complimentary shuttle service will operate between Art Basel Miami Beach and PULSE Miami Beach between December 1st and December 4th.
 
Lyft: PULSE's Official Ride-sharing Partner, Lyft is offering all visitors $50 in credit towards your first ride! Use promo code PULSE16.  
 
Public Transportation: The City of Miami Beach's complimentary shuttle service stops at PULSE, as do city buses 112 and 119.
 
Walking/Cycling: The fair is directly accessible from the Miami Beach boardwalk. Public bicycle racks are available on site.
 
Parking: As there is limited paid on-site parking, we recommend using one of the above options. PULSE will also run a complimentary shuttle to and from Parking Garage 6 located at Sheridan Avenue between W 41st and W 42nd Streets during public hours.
 
 
 
For further information, please contact Amanda Snyder
 
 
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001  
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10-6pm
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