BY SCOTT ZIEHER
An atelier exhibition featuring the works of thirteen mostly under-appreciated
American artists. Works by Stephen Bitterolf, Gustave Blache III, Lordan
Bunch, Matt Fink, Sally Gam, Joshua Cletus Jefferson, Kit Keith, Greg
Klassen, Steve Morell, Danny OConnor, Andre Pretorius, Carolee Schneemann
and Adam Straus.
Stephen Bitterolf Large-scale representational paintings with charcoal
and a conceptual twist.
Gustave Blache III Portraiture in the modernist vein, atmospheric,
Lordan Bunch The poetics of floating headshots. He returns the
souls to antique photobooth sitters.
Matt Fink Funk artist from Milwaukee, bright colored paintings
Sally Gam Photocopy transfers. A love affair with mechanical reproduction
and scotch tape.
Joshua Cletus Jefferson Delicately hewn drawings on foxed-out bookleaves.
Kit Keith St. Louis area native now lives on Brooklyn (again),
drawings from a sweet-tooth nostalgia. Greg Klassen Abstractions
from a Milwaukee bike-mechanic who studied with Gerhard Richter.
Steve Morell Boston-based artist andmaster limner using ancient
Danny OConnor Well-known for Ball-Walks and prolific
work in collage, photography and painting.
Andre Pretorius Small-scale portraits in paint and pencil, rivaling
Dutch Master control.
Carolee Schneemann Written exit-application from Columbia University
art major found on 116th St.
Adam Straus Dark seascapes in gouache on the verge on abstraction.
1906 Third Avenue Apartment #4S
April 19th May 19th, 2002
Monday through Saturday, Noon to 5 PM, by appointment
For appointment and further information contact Scott Zieher at 212-289-9372
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Scott Zieher is a poet from Waukesha, Wisconsin. He received an MFA from
Columbia University in 1996 and has published poetry and criticism nationwide.
He has lived and worked in New York City since 1992.