On View – a four-part presentation at Timothy Taylor 16×34 – will unveil an evolving exhibition over the course of a year. Each iteration will take place in the intermediary period between the gallery’s exhibitions, for the duration of approximately one month, with four episodes in total throughout 2017. On View functions as a group exhibition, separated into distinct parts, with the broader conversation between the works revealing itself as the year unfolds.

On View commences with a large-scale work by Simon Hantaï. Completed in 1980, Tabula demonstrates Hantaï’s unique pliage technique at a scale realized in the artist’s later works. As part of a developing public program, the gallery will also screen the documentary Les Silences Rétiniens by filmmaker and painter Jean-Michel Meurice. Running at 58 minutes the film offers an in-depth look into the life and practice of Hantaï, in particular his unique pliage technique. A revolutionary act of folding, painting and unfolding, pliage concluded the very principles of abstraction espoused in the artist’s youth, laying the ground for something new.


LOCATION: Timothy Taylor
DATES: December 6, 2016January 21, 2017
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Timothy Taylor 16×34 515 West 19th St New York, NY 10011

Simon Hantaï at Timothy Taylor

When
Dec 6, 2016 - Jan 21, 2017
Where
Timothy Taylor 16×34
515 West 19th St
New York, NY 10011

On View – a four-part presentation at Timothy Taylor 16×34 – will unveil an evolving exhibition over the course of a year. Each iteration will take place in the intermediary period between the gallery’s exhibitions, for the duration of approximately one month, with four episodes in total throughout 2017. On View functions as a group exhibition, separated into distinct parts, with the broader conversation between the works revealing itself as the year unfolds.

On View commences with a large-scale work by Simon Hantaï. Completed in 1980, Tabula demonstrates Hantaï’s unique pliage technique at a scale realized in the artist’s later works. As part of a developing public program, the gallery will also screen the documentary Les Silences Rétiniens by filmmaker and painter Jean-Michel Meurice. Running at 58 minutes the film offers an in-depth look into the life and practice of Hantaï, in particular his unique pliage technique. A revolutionary act of folding, painting and unfolding, pliage concluded the very principles of abstraction espoused in the artist’s youth, laying the ground for something new.


LOCATION: Timothy Taylor
DATES: December 6, 2016January 21, 2017
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