Tripoli Gallery

Death To Hipsters, 2012
Silkscreen on t-shirt, silkscreen on paper
22 x 17 inches

Truck # 5, 2012
pigment print on hahnemuhle photo rag paper
46 x 56 inches

Foot Medication, 1963
hand-signed offset lithograph
16 x 16 inches

Paris Review, 1967
Offset lithograph, signed and dated by Artist,
32 x 31 3/4inches

Mt Carmel 2, 2012
VHS Print
20 x 30 inches

Mt Carmel, 2012
VHS Print
20 x 30 inches

Charles Bukowski 1920-1994, 2011
Digital C print
40 x 40 inches

Hunting in Elisian Fields, 2012
Archival inkjet on aluminum on dibond
30 x 40

Screenshot http://youtube.be/nS7QvOX8LVk, 2012
C-print
40 x 30 inches

Spiritualized, 2008
C-Print
23 x 30

Kim Matulova- I'll Always Love You For Who You Really Are, March 2012
printed on translucent paper
23 x 16 3/4 inches

Michele Tarantelli, Luchia , 211 E10th St., 2000
Color print 35 mm, Ed. 1/10
13 x 19.5 inches

Mabel, 2000
Silver gelatin print
14 x 11 inches

Untitled, 1976
hand-made woodcut print, Ed. 13/18
36 x 30 inches

installation view,

installation view,

U.A. Walker Theatre, New York, 1978
Photogravure print
11-3/8 x 14-3/4 inches

Footprints

April 14 ‐ May 22, 2012

Footprints | April 21st - May 21st

Curated by Sven Hokanson and Tripoli Patterson

 

On Saturday, April 21st, The Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art will open its 2012 season with a group show entitled, Footprints. featuring printed works by Linda K. Alpern, D/M Art, Joel Fitzpatrick, David Gamble, Hans Hokanson, Tara Israel, Roy Lichtenstein, Dave Matterhorn, Kim Matulova, Robert J. Miller, Jonathan Nastasi, Max Price, James Rosenquist, Ed Ruscha, Enis Sefersah, Nathalie Shepherd, Caroline Snow, Gordon Stevenson, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Michele Tarantelli, Nick Weber, and Yung Jake.

"Through deaths and new beginnings the creative passion is what maintains the forward motion of human progression. Here we look at the simple form of leaving a mark by the use of prints and printmaking,” says co-curator Mr. Hokanson.

Footprints: the marks that are left behind; the trail leading from youth to adulthood; the connection of the past to the future; an exhibition that shares the journey of these native East Enders, their families and their friends.

The exhibition will open with a reception for the artists on Saturday, April 21st, from 5 to 8 pm, at the Tripoli Gallery, 30 Jobs Lane, Southampton.

For more information contact Tripoli Patterson: trip@tripoligallery.com

 


Death To Hipsters, 2012
Silkscreen on t-shirt, silkscreen on paper
22 x 17 inches

Enis Sefersah
Truck # 5, 2012
pigment print on hahnemuhle photo rag paper
46 x 56 inches

Roy Lichtenstein
Foot Medication, 1963
hand-signed offset lithograph
16 x 16 inches


Paris Review, 1967
Offset lithograph, signed and dated by Artist,
32 x 31 3/4inches


Mt Carmel 2, 2012
VHS Print
20 x 30 inches


Mt Carmel, 2012
VHS Print
20 x 30 inches


Charles Bukowski 1920-1994, 2011
Digital C print
40 x 40 inches


Hunting in Elisian Fields, 2012
Archival inkjet on aluminum on dibond
30 x 40

Yung Jake
Screenshot http://youtube.be/nS7QvOX8LVk, 2012
C-print
40 x 30 inches

Nathalie Shepherd
Spiritualized, 2008
C-Print
23 x 30


Kim Matulova- I'll Always Love You For Who You Really Are, March 2012
printed on translucent paper
23 x 16 3/4 inches


Michele Tarantelli, Luchia , 211 E10th St., 2000
Color print 35 mm, Ed. 1/10
13 x 19.5 inches

Linda K. Alpern
Mabel, 2000
Silver gelatin print
14 x 11 inches

Hans Hokanson
Untitled, 1976
hand-made woodcut print, Ed. 13/18
36 x 30 inches


installation view,


installation view,

Hiroshi Sugimoto
U.A. Walker Theatre, New York, 1978
Photogravure print
11-3/8 x 14-3/4 inches