Stasis by Gillean Clark
Stasis by Gillean Clark
Stasis is the point of equilibrium in the lifespan of a certain object. Stasis represent that moment where nothing changes, and all is clear. This is the new collection by Gillean Clark, the all new collection by the urban artist who’s imaginative works are now available at Guy Hepner, NYC.
About Gillean Clark:
As a young child Gillean Clark remembered constantly painting and drawing. However, he rejected art in his teen years, until his move to New York City. It was in NYC thatClark embraced the allure to the artist life. He then began introducing the techniques he had learned as a kid and creating a style all his own.
The combination of high and low art has played a fundamental role in Clark’s work. He grew up visiting countless museums, and seeing master works, only to then be influenced by more primitive street artists like Basquiat and Keith Haring.
” I found the path back to the medium of painting through Gerhard Richter. These works mark yet another progression; a deterioration rather, back to atime where my stroke counted like a firm handshake and each mark of a fat tip pen or spray of a can had a unique signature. I have come to the point where I recognize that I am best realized through my art and no longer feel constrained nor limited by skill and technique as I once was, yet continue to challenge myself to achieve an insurmountable steady ground.My interest is in the silence, the subtle suggestion of things. I attempted to create something more restrained than provocative, expose complexity in simplicity, the tenuous nature of strength. This is my interpretation of the matter that make up truths we all struggle to understand; my attempt to acknowledge bits of my life, the nature of all things and this world free from trepidation.”
- An Interview with Johan Deckmann
- Russell James | Starting with a Blank Canvas
- Beyond The Purely Aesthetic: Newton, Avedon, Shields, and Comte
- Vivid Still Lifes: Jonas Wood
- Keith Haring and the Celebration of Humanity
- Decades of Diamond Dust: Warhol, Hirst, and Young
- Yayoi Kusama: Infinity
- Introducing ‘CON Art’ By Dan Alva
- The Tax Collection: 2018 Curatorial Residency
- Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup Cans
- Damien Hirst Does Mickey Mouse
- Tim Bessell x Andy Warhol Surfboards
- Clairvoyance Exhibition
- Bruce Makowsky and the Art of Luxury
- Legendary Andy Warhol at Guy Hepner
- Roy Lichtenstein at Guy Hepner