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Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Sarah Amos
  • Shen Chen
    Biography : 1990 • (MFA) Boston University, Massachusetts 1989 • (Exchange Students Award) New York Studio School of Painting and Sculpture, New York 1988 • (Fellowship Award-Art in Residence) Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine 1982 • (BFA) Shanghai Academy of Theater, Shanghai 1978 • Shanghai Art College, Shanghai Exhibition : 2011 • SHEN CHEN – Paintings, Solo Exhibition, Elisabeth de Brabant Art Center, Shanghai
    • Buddha’s Trace - Contemporary Art from Asia, Bochum Museum, Germany
    • Chinese Abstract Painting Now, Galerie Frank Schlag, Essen, Germany
    • Selected Works from Sanshang Museum, Solo Exhibition, Elisabeth de Brabant
    Art Center, Shanghai
    • Chinese Abstract (slow) Art, Singer Museum, Laren, the Netherlands
    • Breathing, Sylvia Wald Art Foundation, New York
    • Art MRKT, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, San Francisco
    • Los Angeles Art Fair, Fuxin Gallery, Los Angeles
    • SOFA-Amory Show, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, New York

    2010 • SHEN CHEN, Solo Exhibition, San Shang Museum of Contemporary Art, Zhejiang
    • SHEN CHEN – Selected Paintings, Solo Exhibition, Shanghai University Art Center, Shanghai
    • Assimilating Antiquity, Yuan Art Museum, Beijing
    • The Coincidence of Opposites, Causey Contemporary, New York
    • Here and Now, Museum of Chinese in America, New York
    • Art Miami, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, Miami
    • SOFA-Amory Show, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, New York

    2009 • SHEN CHEN, Solo Exhibition, Cynthia Reeves Contemporary, New York
    • Contemporary Ink Painting, Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai
    • How Chinese, Gallery 456, New York
    • Quiet Quest: Realism to Abstraction. One Moon Gallery, Beijing
    • The Power of Contemporary Chinese Abstraction, Macao Museum of Art, Macao
    • Remembering how the air shimmers- Abstract art by Three Artists. 1918 Art Space,Shanghai
    • Return to the modern, Xi Hu Museum of Art, Zhe Jiang
    • SH-Contemporary Art, Fuxin Gallery, Shanghai
    • Art Chicago, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, Chicago
    • Art SCOPE, Cynthia Reeves Galler
  • Anita Glesta
  • Daniel Kohn
  • Jaehyo Lee
    Biography : Mr. Lee’s large-scale sculptures employ an array of materials to transform the space. Using natural materials and metal, his work explores themes of transformation and decay. At the heart of his aesthetic is the rawness of the material. Mr. Lee seeks to employ the material, not alter it, in creating his sculptural work. Whether he is working with twigs, fiber, logs or steel, the substance maintains its original character and it is the space that is altered and transformed. Mr. Lee, who lives and works in Korea, is a graduate of the Hong-Ik University where he studied carving and modeling. In 1997 he had his first solo show at the Seoul Arts Center. One year later, he was distinguished as "Today's Best Young Artist" by the Korea National Tourism Organization. In 1998 he was the recipient of the prestigious Osaka Triennial Grand Prize. Those two events catapulted Mr. Lee’s career forward and his body of work continues to grow and transform as he becomes increasingly recognized as a strong voice in the international contemporary sculpture community. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2011 Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL,
    2010 CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY
    Albermale Gallery, London, UK
    Kwai Fung Gallery, Hong Kong
    2009 Gallery Keumsan, Tokyo, Japan
    Albemarle Gallery, London , United Kingdom
    2008 MANAS Art Center, Yangpyeong, Korea

    BUNDO Gallery, Daegu ,Korea
    DOSI Gallery, Seoul, Korea

    2007 Gallery Keumsan, Tokyo, Japan
    Gallery Artside, Beijing, China
    Gallery Keumsan, Seoul, Korea
    2006 Gallery Marin, Korea
    2005 Gallery Artside, , Jongno-gu, Korea
    2003 Gallery Won, Korea
    2001 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, USA
    2000 Ilmin Museum of Art, Jongno-gu, Korea
    1996 Museum of Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea

    2010 Asia Week, CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY, USA
 Hong Kong Art Fair, Gallery Keumsan, Japan

    Korea Galleries Art Fair, BEXCO
    Step of a Bull, Jang Eun Sun Gallery
    The Great Hands, Hyundai Gallery
    2008 Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, USA
    Korea Now: Emerging Korean Art, ArtLink, Israel
    Sanghai Contemporary Art Fair, Sanghai
    Korea International Art Fair, COEX
    Daegu Art Fair, EXCO
    Art Museum the Traveling, National Museum of Contemporary Art
    Living Design Fair, COEX
    Contemporary Neo, Metaphor 2008, Insa art center

    Seoul Art Fair, BEXCO
    Opening 10th Busan Municipal Museum of Art, Busan Municipal Museum of Art
    Changwon Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition, Changwon Art Hall
    Circle & Sqaure, N Gallery Planning Invitation Exhibition
    2007 Lee jaehyo, Park Seungmo, Chio Taehoon, Group Exhibition, Manas art center
    From Dot to Dot, Whanki Museum
    Living Design fair, Designer's Choice, COEX
    Beijing Art Fair, China

    Tuning Boloni, China
 Art Fair, Basel Miami, USA
    Simply Beautiful, Centre PasquArt, Biel, Switzerland
    Art Canal, River Suze, Switzerland
    EHS Project, Cheonggyecheon, S
    Detailed Description : Jaehyo Lee’s large-scale sculptures employ an array of materials to transform the space his work inhabits. Using organic materials and metal, the internationally acclaimed South Korean sculptor explores themes of transformation and decay through functional art and fine art objects. At the heart of his aesthetic is the rawness of the material. Lee seeks to employ the material, not alter it, in creating his sculptural work. Whether he is working with twigs, fiber, logs or steel nails, the substance maintains its original character and it is the space that is altered and transformed. Also represented by: Shine Artists,
  • Jennifer Moller
  • Tomas Munita
  • Jonathan Prince
    Also represented by: Sponder Gallery,
  • George Sherwood

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Elizabeth Billings

  • Dawn Black

  • David Burdeny

    Also represented by:
    Lausberg Contemporary,
  • Lianghong Feng
    Biography : LIANGHONG FENG  1962 Born in Shanghai, China.   EDUCATION  1983 Shanghai Art & Design school, Shanghai, China.  1989 Central Academy of Art & Design, Beijing, China.   Exhibition : OLO SHOWS  2009 "Lianghong Feng" Cynthia·Reeves, New York, NY.  2007 “Lianghong Feng’s recent work” TRA Gallery, Beijing.  1997 “Beyond Calligraphy & Graffiti” Gallery 456 New York, NY.    GROUP SHOWS  2010 “Spring Equinox”, Yuan Art Musuem, Beijing, China “Heaven and Earth”, XI Shan Gallery, Shanghai, China “Reshaping History – China Art from 2000 – 2009”, Curated by Lv Peng, Gao Qianhut & Zhu Zhu, National Convention Center, Beijing, China 2008 “From New York to Beijing” Today Art Museum, Beijing.  “Cross-Reference” Shuimu Art space , Beijing, China.  “Chinese Contemporary Art Document” Yonghe Art Museum, Beijing, China 2007 “No U-Turn Segments of Chinese Avant-garde” Tra gallery Beijing, China.  “U.S. and us” Tra gallery, Beijing, China.  1998 “Global Roots-Chinese artist in New York” Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.  “Contemporary Asian Art in American” Mills Pond House, St.James, NY.  “One Art from Two Cultures” CCI Gallery, Boston, MA.  “Chinese Vision” Nassau St.116, New York, NY.  1996 “Asian & Pacific Artists in New York” New Art Center, New York, NY.  1995 “Six Artists” Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York, NY. “Pier show 2” Brooklyn, NY.  1992 “18th Annual Art Exhibition” Clark Gallery, Las Vegas, NV.  1991 “Art West of America” Las Vegas, NV.  1989 “Chinese Avant-garde” National Museum, Beijing, China.  1986 “New paintings by Three Artists” QinHua University, Beijing, China.  1985 “Abstract painting by Six Artists” Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Detailed Description :
    Chinese artist Lianghong Feng's paintings synthesize influences from the New York School of Abstract Expressionism and those of ancient Chinese calligraphy. But they transcend mere fusion: Feng interprets the tropes of abstraction with a compositional savvy that elevates his works to a uniquely realized art. Feng says, “I must avoid my pre-existing knowledge and constructs, and enter my personal terra incognita.” Though he clearly channels the hands of 20th century abstract masters (and also cites urban graffiti as a primary painting inspiration), his spontaneity is honest and his language is his own. The images evoke ethereal landscapes, snatches of dreams, the beauty lurking in the countless corners of the urban environment.
  • Allison Gildersleeve

  • John Grade
    Biography : 1970 Born: Minneapolis Resides Seattle Education Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. (B.F.A., 1992) Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2010 “Circuit”, CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York, NY 2009 Fabrica, Brighton, UK.
 Public Installation, Bitterlake Reservoir, Seattle, WA.
 University Wyoming Gallery, Laramie, WY.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA.
 2008 Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA. Catalog. 
 Suyama Space, Seattle, WA. Catalog. 
 2007 Seattle Art Museum Gallery, Seattle, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2006 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA. 
 2005 King County Performance Network, King County, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2004 Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID. Catalog.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2003 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2002 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2000 Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR.
 King County Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2010 “Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts”, The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY 2009 Ballenglen Art Center, Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland.
 Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA.
 Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID.
 Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA. Catalog.
 2007 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA. Catalog.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 2006 SPUR Projects, Portola Valley, CA.
 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA.
 Concord Art Association, Concord, MA. Catalog.
 John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI.
 Aqua Art, Miami, FL.
 2005 Bumbershoot Visual Arts Exhibition, Seattle Center, WA. Catalog.
 San Francisco International Art Exhibition, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA.
 Detailed Description :
    Grade's work overtly engages with its surrounding environments, both architectural and natural. When indoors, his work references built space. When presented outdoors, the work evolves materially. Weather patterns affect the work, and the exposed surfaces, evolve, disintegrate and morph into something new. Collector was installed in the Willapa Bay in Washington State as an oyster bed. During the piece's tenure in the bay, Grade continually tested the water quality; the waters in and around Seattle have been affected by pollution, which Grade called attention to with the work.
  • Lee Jung Woong

  • Oliver Marsden

  • Danielle Julian Norton

  • Soo Sunny Park

  • Shuli Sade

  • Lionel Smit


CYNTHIA-REEVES represents an international roster of emerging and mid-career artists who share a process-apparent sensibility in their art. We are committed to artwork that demonstrates an authentic voice, an innovative use of materials and an appreciation of the mark in diverse media: site-based installation, video, sculpture, painting and works on paper. A sub-text to the gallery’s program is artwork that provokes a discourse around the convergence of art and science, as well as our relationship to the natural world – a discourse essential to the examination of contemporary art and culture within the context of these broader challenges.

CYNTHIA-REEVES PROJECTS is a forum for off-site and collaborative projects done in concert with partner galleries and non-profit organizations, including museum exhibitions and other platforms that bring our artists’ works to the attention of a broader audience. Due to our strong focus on sculptural works, we are actively involved with public art projects in the United States and abroad, helping to facilitate installations of large-scale works in the public domain. Our most recent partners include The Hudson River Park Trust, the Union Square Association, and NYC Parks. As a way of expanding the gallery model, we initiated a number of innovative, off-site projects, which provide us the opportunity to curate significant exhibitions, and focus on specific and timely issues and/or artists’ works.

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