Large-Scale Abstract Painting Entitled "#4" by Eric Freeman
Large-scale abstract painting entitled “#4” by Hamptons artist Eric Freeman. Painting measures72" x 72". Oil on linen. The technique that Freeman has achieved with this particular painting creates a three dimensional illusion. The canvas is actually completely flat. Custom sizes of this painting can be commissioned. Please inquire We offer free delivery on most of our items within the long Island or greater NYC, Northern New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts areas. Please inquire for further details. Eric Freeman. Born in Brooklyn, New York, 1970. Lives and Works in Sagaponack, New York. Education: B.F.A. and M.A. Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts. Selected solo exhibitions: 2015: Launch f18, New York, NY 2012: Western Project, Los Angeles, CA. 2010: Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland. 2009: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden. Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels, Belgium. 2008: Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels, Belgium. 2007: Western Project, Culver City, California. 2006: Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland. Alain Noirhomme Gallery, Brussels, Belgium. 2005: Mary Boone Gallery, New York, New York. 2004: Western Project, New Paintings, Culver City, California. 2003: Bjorn Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden. Mary Boone Gallery, New York, New York. Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California. Glen Horowitz Booksellers Gallery, East Hampton, New York. 2002: Mark Moore Gallery, New Paintings, Santa Monica, California. 2001: Stefan Stux Gallery, New Paintings, New York, New York. 2000: Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, New York. 1999: Gallery 56, Budapest, Hungary. Selected Group Exhibitions: 2015: Leila Heller Gallery, New York, NY. 2010: Elements of Nature: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2009: The First Six Years, Western Project, Culver City, California. 2007: Abstract America, The Saatchi Gallery, London, England. The Eclectic Eye: Selections of Fantasy and Illusion from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2006: Triumph of Painting, The Saatchi Gallery, London, England. 2004: Westen Project, Group Show: Billy Al Bengston, Eric Freeman, John McLaughlin, Justin Moore, Nancy Picot Riegelman, Edward Ruscha, Robert Therrien, Culver City, California 2003: Glen Horowitz Gallery, Group Show, East Hampton, New York. 2002: Glen Horowitz Gallery, Group Show, East Hampton, New York. 2000: Stefan Stux Gallery, Project Room, New York, New York. Guild Hall Museum, 24/7, curated by Lisa Panzera, East Hampton, New York. 1999: Gates et. al., Size Matters, curated by Mike Weiss, Brooklyn, New York. Exit Art, The Stroke, curated by Ross Bleckner, New York, New York. 1997: Feature Inc., The Moderns, New York, New York Bibliography: Braff, Phyllis. (1998, Sunday, May 2). “Art Reviews,” The New York Times. Colacello, Bob. (2003, May). “Eric Freeman,” Interview. p. 64. Colacello, Bob and Jonathan Becker, Studios by the Sea, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, NY, 2002. Colacello, Bob. (2000, July). “Arts,” Vanity Fair. Edelson, Sharon. (2003, January 27). Women’s Wear Daily, p. 2. Eric Freeman, catalogue essay by Ross Bleckner, Western Project, Culver City, California, 2004. Eric Freeman inte ett dugg kand!!, catalogue, Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, 2003. Johnson, Ken. (2003, May). “Eric Freeman,” The New York Times, p. 37. Leffingwell, Edward. (2003, September). “Eric Freeman at Mary Boone,” Art in America. pp. 118-119. Liu, Timothy. (2001, March). “Art Review,” New Art Examiner, pp. 54–55. Mason, Brook S., “Retro Fit Retro Modern,” Art & Antiques, September 2005, pp. 62-69. Myers, Holly. (2004, Friday, December 24). “Hard to Look at, Yet Absorbing,” Los Angeles Times. Around the Galleries, p. 38. Norwich, William. (2002, June 30). “A.I.R. Rights,” The New York Times Magazine, pp. 43-48. Panzera, Lisa. (1999). “24 / 7,” Twenty-four Seven. Guild Hall Museum. Vanity Fair staff. (2003, May). “Fanfair: May,” p. 92. Volandes, Stellene. (2003, September). “Black Book: Patrick McCarthy.” Departures, p. 52 View.
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