C O U N T Y is pleased to present Wave, a group show of works by Ry David Bradley, Petra Cortright, Josh Reames, Joe Reihsen, Rachel Rossin and Kasper Sonne. Wave will feature artists that are exploring and experimenting with new means and modalities of art making. The exhibition is curated by Dalton D. Freed and will run from April 15th - May 28th 2017.
RY DAVID BRADLEY
Ry David Bradley received his MFA from the Victorian College of the Arts of the University of Melbourne. He lives and works in London and New York and has had solo exhibitions in New York, London, Paris, Basel, Berlin, and Sydney. His works are held in good public and private collections in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and he has been reviewed in such publications as ‘Elephant,’ ‘Artnet,’ ‘Artspace,’ ‘Vault Magazine,’ ‘Blouin Artinfo,’ and ‘The Huffington Post.’
Petra Cortright is an internationally-exhibited artist who lives and works in LA. She studied at Parsons School of Design in New York and the California College of the Arts. The art critic (and editor of ‘Elephant’ magazine) Charlotte Jansen has called Petra Cortright “the
Monet of the 21st Century.” Cortright’s works have been featured in the Venice Biennale and are included in the permanent collections of prestigious institutions such as the Hammer Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Josh Reames is a Brooklyn-based artist who received his MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been reviewed in Artnews, Artslant, Artcritical, Hyperallergic, Artspace, and New American Paintings (where he was a juror’s pick), and he exhibits internationally.
Joe Reihsen is a Los Angeles-based artist with an MFA from UC Santa Barbara. His work has been featured at top art fairs, including UNTITLED Miami, NADA New York, and New York’s Armory Show. In a review for ‘Modern Painters,’ Ed Schad compares the tactile, human quality of Reihsen’s richly layered “skins” of paint to the sculptures of Eva Hesse, writing that Reihsen brings “warmth and humanity” to post-digital art just as Hesse brought warmth and humanity to Minimalism.
Rachel Rossin is a New York-based multimedia and installation artist who combines traditional art-making techniques with new technologies to explore the boundaries between hyperreal and embodied space. Martha Schwendener of ‘The New York Times’ calls her work “exhilarating,” and Rossin has also been positively reviewed in ‘Artforum’ and listed on ‘Forbes’ Magazine’s “30 Under 30” list of important artists whose careers are on the rise. She has had solo exhibitions in Miami and New York, and in 2015-2016 she received a Fellowship in Virtual Reality from the New Museum in New York.
Kasper Sonne is a Danish-born contemporary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Sonne has been reviewed in ‘Artforum,’ ‘Flash Art,’ ‘Modern Painters,’ and ‘Art in America,’ and he has had solo exhibitions in New York, London, Paris, Basel, and Milan. Sonne’s work is in important public collections, including the David Roberts Arts Foundation in London, Fubon Art Foundation in Taiwan, and the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art in Denmark.
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C O U N T Y is a contemporary art space at 350 South County Road in Palm Beach, Florida. The gallery features a strong and carefully curated exhibition program that promotes and exhibits important emerging and mid-career contemporary artists.