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Tria Gallery

Tria, the Suchman-Bart-Metheny Gallery, opened in Chelsea, New York, in October of 2006. The three owners are proud to present contemporary work by emerging and established artists.

New York

United States
Address:
531 West 25th Street Ground Floor 5
10001
Phone: 212.695.0021
Fax: 212.695.2314
Website: www.triagallerynyc.com


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Artists Represented

Camomile Hixon
Sarah Hinckley
Katheryn Holt
Hisako Kobayashi
Michela Martello
Jenny Nelson
Holly Sears
Francine Tint
Tricia Wright


Sample Art Work (82)

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Current Exhibitions

identity: kelly mudge, marybeth rothman, kathy stecko
nov. 04 - dec 04, 2010


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Background Noise: Casey Vogt and daniel Baltzer


Previous Exhibitions

Pastel Redux - Hisako Kobayashi, Kimberly Salib, Cassie Taggart
Interior Perspectives: Sandra Burns, Tricia Wright, with Lynne Allen
American Fragment: New Work by Lauren Bergman and Karen Dow
Sparkle: Camomile Hixon
Idols and Icons: Michela Martello and Tourya Othman
Dream Awake: Holly Sears and Wendy Rolfe
Winter White: Group Show
iPOP: works by Serena Bocchino;
Soliloquy: New Works by Josh George and Katheryn Holt;
Tria Summer Cocktail: vibrant works by Guiliano Guarneri, Suejin Jo, Oliver Lake, Nicole Parcher
Forbidden Gardens: Dominique Rousserie and Kevin Baker
Frank Olt: Selected Works
Stephen Verona: Rites Rituals Ruminations - Faces that Speak
Malescapes: Contemporary Male Landscapes and Mindscapes
Works by Daniel V. Anderson, Paul Hunter, Chunghwan Park, Antonio Puri, and Erick Sanchez
Works by Dru Gu Choegyal Rinpoche
State of the Union - Lauren Bergman, S. Kendall Bradford, Josh George, Scott Glaser, Julie Mardin, and Dominique Rousserie
CITIES OF PEACE: Ellen Frank Illuminated Arts Foundation, Inc.
Tria Cocktail: Monica Banks, Joanne Topol, Howard Kalish, Jenny Nelson, Annamaria Suppa, and Karen Kunc
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Art Fairs

ArtHamptons - July 2010
AAF - May 2010, NYC
AAF - May 2009, NYC
AAF - June 2008, NYC


Submission Policy

Exploring aspects of personality, behavior, sociology and the psyche, the works in identity use different media and styles to challenge preconceptions of beauty and humanity. In their own way, Mudge, Rothman and Stecko each probe below the surface of their subjects to expose the reality beneath. In so doing they are all able to capture personalities, hopes, dreams, fears, anxieties and insecurities. In the single instant depicted in a painting or sculpture, much is revealed on an outward physical level as well as on an inner psychological one. The viewer shares – perhaps with a touch of voyeurism - an intimate moment, a very human one, and receives a brief insight into the subjects’ true identities.


Press Releases

Camomile Hixon is a visual artist, who recently emerged on the New York art scene with her collection of “sparkle” paintings on canvas, uses glitter as the primary medium. The extremely positive public reaction to Hixon’s work has led to her first solo exhibition. In the works on display in Scintilla, Hixon renders images and words with contemporary, even futuristic, pop glamour.


Press Links

www.triagallerynyc.com/press.htm


Contact-Directors/Staff

Carol Suchman
Paige Bart
Latifa Metheny


Opening Times

Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 12 - 6 pm,
or by appointment