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FOXY PRODUCTION

Gallery for contemporary art

New York

United States
Address:
623 West 27th Street
10001
Phone: 212.239.2758
Fax: 212.239.2759
Website: www.foxyproduction.com




Artists Represented

HANY ARMANIOUS
MICHAEL BELL-SMITH
SASCHA BRAUNIG
OLGA CHERNYSHEVA
SIMONE GILGES
GABRIEL HARTLEY
VIOLET HOPKINS
STEPHEN LICHTY
DAVID NOONAN
ESTER PARTEGĂ€S
STERLING RUBY
MICHAEL WANG
PETER WILLIAMS


Current Exhibitions

STEPHEN LICHTY

10 MAY 2014 TO 28 JUNE 2014



Forthcoming Exhibitions

SUMMER SHOW
CURATED BY MICHAEL BELL-SMITH

10 JULY 2014 TO 8 AUGUST 2014


Press Releases

Foxy Production presents Geneva-based painter Jonathan Delachaux and Philadelphia-based sculptor Lizzie Fitch in an exhibition that places the figure within revealing new fields of association. Both artists create identities that seem to be unraveling before our eyes, caught within ever tangling narrative threads.
Jonathan Delachaux portrays characters within extended storylines that explore the mythological resonance of the figure within the painted scene. He uses a highly unusual technique: painting on plastic film in reverse, with the final layer of paint applied being, in effect, the background; he then places the painted plastic on a canvas and, when dry, removes the plastic to reveal a painting with an uncannily flat, photographic quality. In this series of paintings, Delachaux's characters build a Golem, the man-made creature of clay first cited in the Talmud. But rather than being the subject of a precise moral narrative, the Golem in Delachaux's works literally muddies canvases, the scenes upon them, and the relationship between canvas and scene. The works move from almost cinematic depictions to stylized, impressionistic ... [ Read all ]


Press Links

http://www.foxyproduction.com/press/


News

http://www.foxyproduction.com/news/


Contact-Directors/Staff

Michael Gillespie
John Thomson
Matt Savitsky


Opening Times

Tue - Fri 11 am - 6 pm