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SELECTED WORKS BY Eric Freeman

Industrial Road
Eric Freeman
Industrial Road

2004

oil on linen

274 x 269 cm
Pulsating with an electrified glow, Eric Freeman’s paintings resonate disquiet energy, their minimal compositions dizzying in their defiance of space. Comprised of four diffused coloured bands set vertically against a black ground, Industrial Road reverberates with immaculate tension, its forms appearing to undulate in 3D perspective. Drawing comparison to abstract painters such as Ellsworth Kelly and Frank Stella, as well as sculptors such as Dan Flavin and James Turrell, Freeman’s work combines the illusory qualities of paint with the physicality of altered environment; his large scale canvases having the effect of magnetic fields, shifting the perception of centre of gravity.
Red Inside Green
Eric Freeman
Red Inside Green

2005

oil on linen

244 x 244 cm
Paying homage to artists such as Joseph Albers and Marc Rothko, Eric Freeman’s Red Inside Green re-devises the metaphysical qualities of abstract painting for a contemporary age. Using contrasting hues, Red Inside Green offers subtle deception through colour perspective, its geometric forms continuously bulging and receding in illusionary space. Seamlessly painted in oil, Freeman’s canvas possesses an artificial vivacity; its ethereal glow reminiscent of plasma screen technology, creating an electrifying aura that is both spiritual and synthetic.
Landscape #1 (yellow green purple)
Eric Freeman
Landscape #1 (yellow green purple)

2005

oil on linen

244 x 244 cm

Eric Freeman's BIOGRAPHY

1977
Born in Brooklyn, New York, 1970

Lives and works in New York


SOLO EXHIBITIONS



2005
Alain Noirhumme, Brussels , Belgium
Mary Boone Gallery, New York

2004
New Paintings, Western Project, Culver City

2003
Bjorn Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden.
Mary Boone Gallery, New York
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica
Glen Horowitz Booksellers Gallery, East Hampton

2002
Mark Moore Gallery, New Paintings, Santa Monica

2001
Stefan Stux Gallery, New Paintings, New York

2000
Stefan Stux Gallery, New York

1999
Gallery 56, Budapest, Hungary


GROUP EXHIBITIONS



2004
Western Project, Group Show: Billy Al Bengston, Eric Freeman, John McLaughlin, Justin Moore, Nancy Picot Riegelman, Edward Ruscha, Robert Therrien, Culver City

2002
Glen Horowitz Gallery, Group Show, East Hampton

2000
Stefan Stux Gallery, Project Room, New York
24 / 7,Guild Hall, East Hampton

1999
Size Matters, Gale Gates, Brooklyn
The Stroke, Exit Art, New York

1997
The Moderns, Feature Gallery, New York