Home Painting Robert Birmelin, John Thornton’s Video Interview and “Conversations with the Different” Exhibition

Robert Birmelin, John Thornton’s Video Interview and “Conversations with the Different” Exhibition


John Thornton interviews and discusses Robert Birmelin in his newest video, Robert Birmelin’s Life in Artwork earlier than his upcoming exhibition on the Stanek Gallery in Philadelphia (reception on Saturday, March 4)

Robert Birmelin, who will flip 90 in November, is a serious American artist recognized significantly for his work of New York Metropolis crowds. In Philadelphia, he’s represented by the Stanek Gallery. I wrote an in depth interview with Robert Birmelin a number of years in the past which you could learn right here, interview-with-robert-birmelin.

Robert Birmelin has been a vastly essential figurative painter displaying at many main galleries, from the Steady Gallery in New York Metropolis within the Nineteen Sixties to the Peter Findlay Gallery within the early 2000s. All through his lengthy profession, Birmelin has had quite a few solo exhibitions and demanding opinions in main publications, see (see robertbirmelin.com right here for his web site)

Robert Birmelin, Suburb (Reversible),2002. Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 48 inches

The Stanek Gallery press launch states:

His prolific and expansive apply makes use of numerous mediums and covers many themes, together with actual property, crowds, time, divergent relationships, disruptions, and a number of views. The works gathered in “Conversations with the Different” specific the sentiment of an outsider wanting in on scenes with a number of areas of focus reasonably than a single point of interest. They dare the viewer to look after which look once more to search out the disruptions inside the unique narrative.

An internet exhibit of the work might be seen from this hyperlink.

RSVPs are required to entry the gallery, you possibly can register for the occasion by contacting Stanek Gallery.


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