Gallery/Dealer Details - Bill Lowe Gallery
Under the ownership and direction of Bill Lowe since 1989, Bill Lowe Gallery represents artists who share powerful and eloquent visions supported by a highly advanced mastery of their media. The Lowe's stable is noted for the visceral emotional quality and the sheer physicality of its work. These qualities lend a highly theatrical flavor to the gallery's offering.
Imagistically, the gallery's scope ranges from complex, narratively-driven, figurative works to those which skew to the extremes of meditative minimalism. Thematically, the gallery's aesthetic is characterized by a metaphysical yearning articulated by process and imagery which is strongly psycho-spiritual and psycho-sexual in nature.
Bill Lowe Gallery maintains an accelerated exhibition schedule which features three one-person shows per month. Typically, the gallery will juxtapose an internationally renowned artist in its grand salon with a mid-career and emerging artist in adjoining galleries. Each show features strong elements of sculpture, painting and drawing.
Bill Lowe Gallery has gained an international reputation for its curatorial skills. Committed to a standard of excellence amplified by great visual drama, the gallery's ability to mount exhibitions which resonate powerfully with critics and viewers alike has become legend.
In 2002, Bill Lowe Gallery expanded to the West Coast with a spectacular second gallery located in Santa Monica, California. Modeled after the Atlanta gallery, the Santa Monica venue offers the same rich configuration of style and content long associated with our vision. Both galleries have become the scene of a diverse and potent array of special events that have helped forge a deeper, broader culture around The Lowe Gallery. These include special fundraisers for organizations ranging from The Elton John AIDS Foundation, Make A Wish Foundation, and Camp Sunshine to more personal events such as the "post-party" for Neil Young's recent film. The Santa Monica gallery provides a bi-coastal perspective to the gallery's long-term plans which include a third gallery in New York.
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