Jun
21
Jun 25

Jardin

Jardin

 

The collection features over 200 works by 200 contemporary Japanese artists across all media. Featuring a range of traditional and modern subject matters, some artists reach towards an historical Japan while others strive for the present. Regardless, the collection presents a negotiation of a modern Japanese identity in a rapidly changing world. Much like our previous show, "Discover the One: Art from Japan," the art will be presented in a "competition-style" and will be judged based on ballots distributed during each four-day term. A winner will be chosen at the end of the show. We look forward to having you at the reception and having you cast your ballots!

Cocktails and finger food Reception :  

June 21st 6 - 8 PM

RSVP : jainmar@aol.comby June 18th

Jun
14
Jun 18

Discover the One: Japanese Art in NY

Group Exhibition

"Discover the One: Japanese Art in NY"

Cocktails and Finger food Reception on Sunday, June 18 from 6-8 PM

Ashok Jain Gallery and Quail Art are pleased to announce "Discover the One: Art from Japan," starting on June 14, 2017.


The collection features works by over 50 contemporary artists which range across media and subject matter. Some art offers a reflection on and longing for the past through traditional Japanese methods printmaking and calligraphy. Other works offer a consideration of the present through graphic media. Regardless of differing methods and ideologies present in featured artworks, all pieces in this collection present a story of Japan in a modern world. At the end of the show, a winner will be chosen based on the results of voting ballots cast every four days with each term. We hope you are able to join us for the reception and show and look forward to having you cast your ballots!

 

 

RSVP: jainmar@aol.com by June 14th

May
24
Jun 11

"Under the Moonlight" Group Exhibition

M.Dreeland

Laura McClanahan

Emily Halpern

Fernando Pomalaza

Reception May 25th 6 - 8 PM

 

 

 

May
24
Jun 11

Beyond Words

Emily Halpern

Reception

May 24th 6- 8 PM

Emily Halpern's paintings map her inner world and are a combination of abstract and representational images, featuring bold colors and symbols, expressing a full range of moods.  Her process seeks to open the locked door of the unconscious through methods suggested by Surrealism.  The darkly humorous overtones and polished surfaces have obscured narratives and leave gaps for viewers to fill in, as a springboard for their own imaginations.

Halpern received her formative training in art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she earned her BFA. She received her MFA degree from San Diego State University where her work received the Presidential Purchase Award, the Arts and Letters Deans Purchase Prize, the Liberty Station Fellowship and other accolades.  Raised in Canada, she now lives and works in Los Angeles at the Brewery Artist Community. Emily’s paintings have been shown in Manhattan, the Hamptons, Los Angeles,  San Diego, Miami, Seattle and Vancouver.

May
3
May 7

Ashok Jain Gallery presents a selection of works at Art New York

Dan Obana

Laura McClanhanan

Anna Nechai

Elling Reitan

Ekatherina S

Timothy Bair

 

 

 

 

MAY 3 - 7 | 2017

VIP PREVIEW MAY 3

INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY• MODERN ART FAIR

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Apr
26
May 21

Spring Flow

Featuring

Gunther Borst

Marcia Gomes

Emily Halpern

Ai Wen Kratz

Annette Mewes Thoms

Elling Reitan

Reception:

April 28th 6-8 PM

Mar
29
Apr 23

Communities

Gallery B

"Communities”

Rosanne Ebner

__________

Gallery A

Emily Halpern

Andrea Laybauer

Jan Min

Lillian Jachadurian

Reception March 31 st6 - 8PM

Mar
1
Mar 26

"Anthrocene"

Blair Berger

Bjorn Malm

Susan Marx

Sonali Mohanty

Reception March 3rd 6 - 8 PM

 

Jan
12
Jan 15

Art Stage Singapore 2017

 

Visit us at Art Stage Singapore

Booth G 11

Exhibiting works by:

Timothy Bair

Elling Reitan

Nicol Rodriguez

Annette Mewes- Thoms

Za Woo

Address:  Marina Bay Sands

Sands Expo & Convention Center

Level B2

10 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018956

Jan
6
Jan 29

37th Anniversary Exhibition

37 Th Anniversary Exhibition.

Featuring:

Yuji Ashikawa

Timothy Bair

Gunther Borst

Danielle Coburn

Rosanne Ebner

Marcia Gomes

Andrea Laybauer

Carol Kingston

Ai Wen Kratz

Laura McClanhanan

Susan Marx

Annette Mewes-Thoms

Jan Min

Sai Morikawa

Anna Nechai

Janus Obst

Anand Patole

Fernando Pomalaza

Elling Reitan

Ekatherina S

Richard Vaux

Manoj Vyas

Za Woo

 

Reception January 7th 5 - 7 PM

 

Nov
30
Dec 4

Ashok Jain Gallery Presents Elling Reitan at Art Concept 2016 Miami, FL

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Nov
2
Nov 27

"Cosmic Consciousness"

A Solo Exhibition

"Cosmic Consciousness"

by Laura McClanahan

Reception November 4th 6 - 8 PM

 

     Ashok Jain Gallery is pleased to present Laura McClanahan in the solo exhibition, “Cosmic Consciousness.” Adopted at birth to her family in Los Angeles, CA, and then at five moving to the East Coast, she found herself at an early age on a spiritual quest to understand her origins and human evolution through photographing nature as a way of orienting herself in the world. This led to a career teaching organic architecture informing her exploration of sacred geometry and the universal truths in natural patterns. Upon meeting her birth family in 2002 and seeing her birth father’s psychedelic paintings, she was inspired to get her MFA degree in Studio Art and transition from photography and teaching to painting that she then knew was in her genetics.

Laura McClanahan’s new paintings for “Cosmic Consciousness” explore the metaphor of water and light patterns to our patterns of thought and behavior. She believes that we can be aware of being in the flow or not and learn what is blocking our way. The artist states, “Noticing the synchronicity occurring around you can guide you though life with a sense of wonder and magic.” She performs in a weekly sacred sound healing meditation with her planetary chakra drums and flower of life gong that influences her state of serenity so she can be in a creative flow and feel connected to the universe.

 

The healing frequencies can be seen in her constructed cosmic universe of spirals, circles and flow patterns. Her paintings are created during a meditation as she pours paint outside so that the energy of the sunlight becomes a part of the painting as it dries. The work energetically calls in a cosmic scalar field by the generous use of earthly elements such as gold and quartz crystals imbedded in the resin in her paintings. This literal cosmic force changes the ions in the air and creates a beneficial environment around the paintings.

 

This is Ms. McClanahan’s first solo exhibition at Ashok Jain Gallery opening Wednesday, November 2nd and continuing through Sunday, November 27th, 2016. An artist’s reception will be held Friday, November 4th, 6-8 p.m.

 

Ashok Jain Gallery, 58 Hester Street, New York 10002, (Established since 1980)

www.ashokjaingallery.com, Email: info@ashokjaingallery.com

Tel 212 969 9660 Fax 212 969 9715

Gallery Hours Wed Sun, 12 - 6 PM or by appointment

 

 

Oct
5
Oct 30

Contrast in Shapes

Heidi Fosli

Za Woo

Marc Deppe

Reception on October 7th, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm and Artist Talk by Marc Deppe "The China I Know" Living, Working and being an artist in China. 7:00 pm sharp.

 

Sep
14
Oct 2

Gallery Collection

Jan Min

Richard Vaux

Nicol Rodriguez

Fernando Pomalaza

Blair Berger

Mary FItzgerald

Jun
29
Jul 24

Current: The Path that Leads to Oneself

Annette Mewes-Thoms

Janusz Obst

Jon Tsoi

Reception: Thursday, June 30 / 6 - 8 PM

Ashok Jain Gallery is pleased to present 'The Path that Leads to Oneself', a group exhibition featuring Annette Mewes-Thoms, Janusz Obst, and Jon Tsoi. Opening on Thursday, June 30, the exhibition is the presentation of selected artworks from the three artists.

Annette Mewes-Thoms’ inspiration comes from observation of water surfaces. She obtains the clear yet distorted images from reflections created by waves. The reflections give her a new perspective to meditate herself and surroundings. The meandering lines on the canvas engage the viewers and enable them to fully enter the work. 

Janusz Obst’s strong light and dark contrasts are created by deeply sculpted surfaces that contribute to narrative scenes that reflects the artist’s experiences. As a young Marine, he travelled the world and spent much of his young adult life in Europe, China, Africa, and India. It is this time period when Obst was captivated by sculpture and cultivated his own style.

The artist encourages the audience to experience the depth, color, dimension and the impression that his works convey rather than a fixed and straightforward definition. Obst believes that the viewers can have different experiences with artworks by bringing their own experiences, memories, and knowledge into the artistic space.

Jon Tsoi’s process of creating artworks is extraordinary and unprecedented. The Blindfold Mystery Art Medicine series was created by the artist wearing a blindfold. The process implicates the significant idea that one continuously observes and experiences the outer world and surroundings while simultaneously reflecting on their inner vision and intuition. The products of this thought process lead viewers to meditate on oneself and the world we live in.

Click here to view the catalog.

The gallery will be closed on Sunday, July 3

Apr
27
May 29

Wordless Dimension

Solo Show by Janusz Obst

 

Reception: April 29, 6 - 8 PM

Ashok Jain Gallery is pleased to announce, Wordless Dimension, a solo exhibition of artworks by Janusz Obst at 58 Hester Street. Opening on Wednesday, April 27, the exhibition is the presentation of bas-reliefs.

 

“I believe in staying true to myself throughout the creative process of wordless expression, regardless of past influences and current trends.”

- Janusz Obst

Janusz Obst is a classically trained artist from Zamosc, Poland, where he was born in 1946. As a young marine, he travelled the world, having spent much of his young adult life in Europe, China, Africa, and India. It was in India where he was captivated by sculpture, and for the last three decades he has focused his work on bas-relief. 

Bas-reliefs, traditionally having been painted, give Janusz the opportunity to resurrect his love for this classic art form and marry his passion for sculpture and painting. This methodology allows him to freely build three-dimensional space and to broaden the narrative possibilities within each piece. His art permeates the interaction between the history of civilization, individual fate, current social and community-based issues, and his unfaltering interest in the interpersonal relationships within the context of the modern world. Janusz moved to the United States in 1991, and he currently lives in New York City.

The opening reception for Wordless Dimension will be on Friday, April 29, 2016.

 

 

Mar
30
Apr 24

Fine Art Photo Exhibit

Andrea Laybauer

Saori Oya

Matt Vescovo aka The Stock Photobomber

Marlene Luce Tremblay

Barry Udis

 

Reception April 1st 6 - 8 PM

Mar
2
Mar 27

Symposium: Feast of Art

Blair Berger

Liliana Jachadurian

Susan Marx

Josefina Temin

Richard Vaux

Samia Ben Youssef

Rangoli Art Performance By Manoj Vyas at 3 PM

Reception March 6th 2 - 6 PM

Jan
20
Jan 24

Art Stage Singapore 2016

Visit us at Art Stage Singapore

Exhibiting works by

Nicol Rodriguez

Sudipta Choudhury

Carol Kingston

Ekatherina S

Marina Bay Sands

Sands Expo and Convention Center

Level B 2

10 Bayfront Avenue

Singapore 018956

Jan
8
Feb 25

36th Anniversary Exhibition

36th Anniversary Exhibition

Opening Reception January 8th 6 - 8 PM

Catalog (PDF: 3.3MB)

Featured artists...

YUJI ASHIKAWA

IRENE CHRISTENSEN

ANNE GRANDIN

CAROL KINGSTON

DAWN LEE

SUSAN MARX

NAO NAKAMURA

SARAH POWERS

ELLING REITAN

NICOL RODRIGUEZ

TED SCHALL

MICHAIL SCHNITTMANN

MARLENE LUCE TREMBLAY

RICHARD VAUX

ZA WOO

 

Dec
9
Dec 20

When Continents Meet

An exhibition of etchings curated by

Nicol Rodriguez

works by

Marie-Claude Gardel,  Gerhard S. Schurch

Martin Thoenen, Lucien Martini, Gaby Rufenacht  

Karen Kunc, Mark Ritchie, Dennis Olsen

Todd Peterson, Nicol Rodriguez

Catalog (PDF: 9.7 MB)

 

Reception December 10th 6- 8 PM