Amanda Valdez in “Floater,” an exhibition at BravinLee Programs, May 22 – June 28

BravinLee Programs, 511 West 26th Street #211, New York

FLOATER
Clint Jukkala, Alexander Kroll, Evan Nesbit, Erik Olson, Eric Sall, Amanda Valdez

May 22 – June 28, 2013
Opening Wednesday, May 22, 6-8pm

Floaters are deposits of various size, shape, and consistency that exist within the eye’s vitreous humor. They may appear as spots, webs, fragments, or threads that float slowly before the observer’s eyes. In this exhibition, BravinLee programs presents the work of six painters, whose abstracted imagery is located between the familiar and peculiar, revealing spatial ambiguities and vague references. Most of the work emerges out of abstraction and plays with its conventions and classifications, much like the floater that moves about your field of vision. The show includes work by Clint Jukkala, Alexander Kroll, Evan Nesbit, Erik Olson, Eric Sall, and Amanda Valdez.

Amanda Valdez in “Floater,” an exhibition at BravinLee Programs, May 22 – June 28