jean-pierre's work blows me away. i love the fantastical elements within his pieces, but it was the twisted and decayed architectural language he uses that first got me interested in his work.
here's a few sample images.
he is in a group show opening this weekend in NY.
This Sunday at 1:00pm the reception for Future Tense: Landscape in Transition, curated by Dede Young, will be opening at Stephan Stoyanov Gallery.
My work will be in the show along with Erik Benson, Sebastiaan Bremer, Peter Bynum, Blake Carrington, Nicole Cohen, Claire Ellen Corey, Cliff Evans, Ellen Harvey, Peter Hildebrand, Ezra Johnson, Mary Mattingly, William Meyer, Johan Nobell, Judy Pfaff, Jane Rosen, Kristen Schiele, Sarah G. Sharp, Sarah Trigg, Markus Wetzel, and Marion Wilson.
Stephan Stoyanov is located at 29 Orchard St. (between Canal and Hester) Gallery hours are Wed through Sat 11 am to 6 pm, Sundays noon until 6 pm.
Post by LeBasse Projects on Apr 1, 2010 17:39:39 GMT -8
Sven...stealing my thunder.
We love Jean-Pierre, especially after his recent solo at the Torrance Art Museum. JP will be debuting some new work this June at our annual Culver City Artwalk exhibition and you can expect to see his LA solo early next year...