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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Solo Show April 21-May 27 2016-Heather Hutchison; What I Learned From the Sky


WINSTON WACHTER FINE ART 530 W. 25th Street New York, NY  
April 21 – May 27, 2016 
Winston Wächter Fine Art is proud to present its first solo exhibition with artist Heather Hutchison featuring recent works that incorporate ambient light as a primary material. Sharing similar concerns with Light and Space artists and having spent decades intensely observing and contemplating nature, Hutchison’s artworks capture the essence of the phenomena of light and how it shifts in natural environments. Although she utilizes diverse media for her bent Plexiglas structures, beeswax paintings on Plexiglas, and video works, each and every piece is a direct inquiry into the perceptual experience of color, light, and shadow particular to time of day and place. Hutchison emphasizes the horizontal world that surrounds us and finds solace in the ever-present rhythms and syncopations in nature.

Daylight is an integral, animating element in Hutchison’s work. The materials appear at times constructed and solid, transparent and intangible, or actively kinetic depending on the angle of the light, the shadows on and around the work, and the movement or position of the viewer. This intrinsic and constant
state of change challenges ideas of objectivity and perception before a work of art.
Hutchison's palette is mostly muted and natural, with halos of bright color that surround the borders of the translucent paintings, or reflect onto the wall from the back of the Plexiglas forms, creating a second surface obscured from the viewer. Her time-lapse videos of constantly changing light inform Hutchison's studio work.

Self-taught, Hutchison has developed and innovated mediums and methods such as building and manipulating Plexiglas forms to facilitate her artistic process. Though seemingly minimalist, the hand of the artist is very much present in these works. This creates a tension between the tactility of material and the pristine quality these paintings have in changing light. The works, both inspired by and activated by light, are focused contemplations of this intangible element, inspiring a renewed awareness of the subtleties of daylight and illumination.

Heather Hutchison was born in Philomath, OR, in 1964, and raised between Bisbee, AZ and the San Francisco Bay Area. She currently works and resides in upstate New York. Hutchison has been included in numerous museum exhibitions including those 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. She has exhibited in dozens of solo exhibitions and group exhibitions over nearly three decades. Her work is held in several public collections including the Brooklyn Museum, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Recently, Hutchison has received grants from the Pollock- Krasner Foundation, the Gottlieb Foundation, and the New York Foundation for the Arts. Hutchison’s works have been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Artnews, and Art in America, among others.
For further information, please contact Amanda Snyder at asnyder@winstonwachter.com or 212-255-2718
WINSTON WACHTER FINE ART 530 W. 25th Street New York, NY  Tues- Sat 10-6
http://newyork.winstonwachter.com/exhibitions/
 

IN THIS LIGHT


JUNE 10 - JULY 11 
Stuart Arends, Heather Hutchison, Maria Walker

Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard Street, NY, NY 
Opening: Weds. June 10  6-8

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