Gallery Hopping on Thursdays: May 30, 2013

This week we’re checking out photographic projects.

Jeremy Kidd, Tower Bridge 1, Catto Gallery, London, UK

In London, Catto Gallery presents the work of Los Angeles-based artist Jeremy Kidd, whose energizing painterly compositions detail the urbanscape by blending the geometry of architectural elements with an intense palette of arbitrary colors. The spiritual and visceral overtones of this series of works embody the artist’s commanding force in conveying his minor stature against the wholeness and complexities of major cities, such as Sydney, New York, and London, as seen in the works Sydney Opera I, Times Square I, and Tower Bridge 1. Kidd’s composite photographic method of using multiple shots to produce a single scene, encompassing the shifting conditions of each environment, speaks to his receptivity to sight and sense.

Jeremy Kidd will be on view from May 30 to June 18 at 100 Heath Street, London W3 1DP UK.

Tower Bridge 1 by Jeremy Kidd

Jeremy Kidd, Tower Bridge 1, Catto Gallery, London, UK

Dionisio González will showcase Le Corbusier: The Last Project, his first compilation of works at Ivorypress, which explores various architectural projects that never made it to fruition by the master architect Le Corbusier (Swiss, 1887–1965). In this bold series, set to open before the kick-off of PHotoEspaña, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts in Madrid, Spain, the artist determines to depict these large-scale architectural scenes as a manifestation of ruins in a space and time that remain undecipherable. Expansive and desolate landscapes dominate the striking compositions that are both ominous and picturesque. Shore scenes and vast, clear blue skies such as in Dauphin 10 engulf the frameworks of modern architectural feats that were never fulfilled in the same way the design of an ideal paradise lingers in the musings of the artist.

Dionisio González ‘Le Corbusier: The Last Project’ will be on view from May 30 to July 13 at C/Comandante Zorita, 46-48, 28020 Madrid, Spain.

Dauphin 10 by Dionisio Gonzalez

Dionisio González, Dauphin 10, 2012, Ivorypress, Madrid, Spain

Browse openings by city to see where art can be found in your town!

Athens, Greece
Edy Ferguson ‘Conspiracy Theory’ at Bernier/Eliades Gallery
May 30–July 11, 2013
11 Eptachalkou Street, 11851 Athens, Greece


London, UK
Sylavin Lefebvre: Timeless Voyages at Rebecca Hossack Gallery
May 30–June 29, 2013
2a Conway Street Fitzroy Square, W1T 6BA London, UK

New York, NY
Unique at Von Lintel Gallery
May 30–July 12, 2013
520 W. 23rd Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10011
Rosemarie Beck: Le Maquillage/Magdalen & Seymour Remenick: Visual Perception at steven harvey fine art projects
May 30–June 30, 2013
208 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002

San Francisco, CA
Nicholas Nixon: New Work at Fraenkel Gallery
May 30–July 27, 2013
49 Geary Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108

Toronto, Canada
Pete Doherty: World’s Greatest at Stephen Bulger Gallery
May 30–June 15, 2013
1026 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1H6 Canada

Venice, Italy
Diana Al-Hadid & Medardo Rosso at Workshop
May 30–September 5, 2013
Dorsoduro 2793/A, Venice 30123 Italy

Zurich, Switzerland
BLAU at Art Forum Ute Barth
May 30–July 6, 2013
Kartausstrasse 8, 8008 Zurich, Switzerland

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