FROM NEW YORK WITH LOVE
JULY 20 - 25, 2015
RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 6 - 9 PM
BRUNCH AND ARTIST TALK: SATURDAY JULY 25, brunch 1 pm and artist talk 3 pm
The Red Head Gallery is pleased to present as part of their summer rental programme, Katerina Lanfranco's exhibition From New York with Love.
New and recent work by Katerina Lanfranco. Paper works, collages, cut-outs, paintings, and a site-specific installation. Lanfranco grew up in Toronto and was one of Red Head Gallery's first interns. Now based in Brooklyn, New York she exhibits widely and is represented by the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York. She is also the founder and director of Rhombus Space, an exhibition space in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Featured in From New York with Love will be a curatorial project in care of Rhombus Space - featuring works on paper by a group of contemporary artists, primarily based out of NYC.
Katerina Lanfranco lives and works in New York City. She received her MFA in Painting from Hunter College, City University of New York. In 2010, Lanfranco was a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Arts Fellow as part of the Japan-US Friendship Commission, and did a 6-month artist residency in Kyoto studying traditional Japanese arts. She was an Artist-in-Residence at University of California, Santa Cruz in 2012, where she created a large-scale site-specific installation “Natural Selection” at the Sesnon Art Gallery. She has been awarded artists’ residencies at Byrdcliffe Art Residency, Vermont Studio Center, and at the Elizabeth Foundation. She teaches drawing and painting at Hunter College and the Museum of Modern Art. Lanfranco has exhibited internationally, and her artwork is in several permanent collections including the Museum of Modern Art, the Kupferstichkabinett (Museum of Prints and Drawings) in Berlin, Germany, and the Corning Museum of Glass. She is the founder and director of Rhombus Space, an experimental exhibition space in Brooklyn, NY, and represented by the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York, and by the Piacsek Gallery in London. Lanfranco’s work addresses the intersection of nature, science, and fantasy. She explores metaphors of nature in relation to culture, cultural forms of framing and displaying nature, and how our concept of nature informs our construction of identity.