Today was the last day of Art Paris Art Fair at the Grand Palais. L’ATLAS was one of the artist represented alongside artists like Jan Fabre and Yves Klein. Below a neon piece by L’ATLAS from the fair. Find out more about the fair here: http://www.artparis.com/en
“Tali Lennox says her paintings aren’t selfies” was the head line of an article written by Alice Newell-Hanson for iD Magazine about Tali Lennox’ exhibition her at the gallery. In an artist statement on the wall entering the exhibition space Tali has explained what questions and ideas that lie behind “Layers Of Life”. In the ID Magazine article Tali explains: “Everything is instant now. And you have all these different profiles and pictures which can make you feel fragmented.
Sourrended by art – here is where TALI LENNOX as well as our previous artists in residence lived during their month of creation at our gallery. Right next to the exhibition and work space is the private room of the artist. The combined live and work space gives the artist a chance to really emerge in their art and concept. It also gives an opportunity to naturally approach the work as somewhat of an installation since the work space plays such a big part in the final exhibiti
Did you read the Wall Street Journal yesterday? Marshall Heyman did a great piece on Tali Lennox and her solo show here at the gallery. “The goal is to illustrate how “you can feel like five different people in a single day,” Ms. Lennox explained. “Sometimes I fee like a raging aggressive man, sometimes I feel vain, sometimes I feel broken and bruised. I’m interested in exposing the sides that we hide.” She said that she enjoys imagining the conversation between a flat portra
Passing by the gallery you might have seen the A.I.R. sign on our door. A.I.R. stands for "Artists In Residence" and goes back to the gold era of Soho when the area was a melting pot of emerging artists, excentric personas and flourishing creativity. Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring they all started out in the gritty streets of Soho. Since this time the buildings are officially landmarked for artists in residence living and working in the studios of Soho buildi
With Tali Lennox successfully premiering The Year Of The Woman at the gallery three female artists will follow. Huffingtonpost says this about Ahn Sun Mi – our upcoming artist in residence: “The young Korean artist Ahn Sun Mi sets herself in a nostalgic world, between childhood and sensuality. Her photographic work, both dreams and reality, reveals her fears. Humane nor pessimism, Sun Mi reflects our fragile time, causing aesthetic and voluptuous sensations.” The exhibition M
What a week! Tali Lennox finished her residence at our gallery and debuted with her first solo show Layers Of Life with two full openings and a huge media exposure.
The Observers Nate Freeman made us the honor to visit Tali in the gallery this past Tuesday, the night before the big press preview. Read about his impression in the article linked below. http://observer.com/2015/03/tali-lennox-reframed-a-rockers-daughter-takes-on-the-art-world/
A great turnout of the anticipated press preview of the Tali Lennox solo show Layers Of Life last night. Amongst the admirer of her series of self portraits we could see Tali’s mother Annie Lennox, Princess Eugenie of York, Alana Zimmer, Alix Brown, Arthur Elgort and Bonnie Wright. Tonight the Grand Opening! See you there.
Harper's Bazaar US knocked on our gallery door and wanted to know more about our artist in residence Tali Lennox’s solo debut and the upcoming exhibition Layers Of Life. With Kerry Pieri she talks about her series of self portraits in oil paint questioning the relationship we have with ourselves and social media. What do we choose to hide and to show of who we really are? Read the whole interview here: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/art-books-music/a10294/tali-lennox-ar
It’s getting closer. We are prepping for Tali Lennox’s big premier here at the gallery and so does the media. Here the latest coverage of our upcoming solo exhibition in W Magazine. http://www.wmagazine.com/culture/art-and-design/2015/03/tali-lennox-catherine-ahnell-gallery/photos/ Photos by Ian Jones. Opening March 19th 6-9pm rsvp: firstname.lastname@example.org Exhibition March 20th – April 19th Thursday – Friday 12-7pm Saturday – Sunday 12-6pm