At the beginning of August, we exhibited at the Seattle Art Fair for the second year in a row. It was great to be back on the West Coast exhibiting works by Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Cha Jong Rye, David Spiller, Metis Atash, Jason Myers, and Tarik Currimbhoy. We also introduced works by two artists new to the gallery's roster Caroline Dechamby and Sylvestre Gauvrit. If you missed the fair, please reach out to Nicole to receive an e-catalogue from our exhibition.
This was Tarik Currimbhoy’s second time at the Seattle Art Fair, and the third art fair at which we exhibited his kinetic sculptures this year. With the art fair season really kicking off this fall, you could say his works have been traveling quite a bit, and they’ll continue to do so. Works like Compression Rocker, Pendulum and Rocker will travel with us this winter to Art Miami and Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary.
The Los Angeles Times is no stranger to Currimbhoy or his sculptures. In mid-August, Arielle Paul interviewed Jonathan Tucker about “[His] Favorite Room” as part of their “Hot Property” section. In the LA Times article, Tucker walks readers through his living room, sharing pieces that one might not expect in the HBO star’s home. In his "favorite room" sit two Compression Rockers by Currimbhoy - one in bronze and one in stainless steel.
From LA to New York City, Currimbhoy’s name stays in the news. imby featured the second season of Francis Greenburger Selects at the Love Apple Gallery Space. Greenburger, known for his American realty development and literary accomplishments, is the owner of Love Apple Gallery Space, (as well as the Omi International Art Center). Currimbhoy's works, alongside works by four other artists appreciated by Greenburger, were selected for exhibition in Greenburger's space. For more information about Tarik Currimbhoy, please visit his artist page here, or contact us.