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CONDO: Mairead O'hEocha, Yuri Pattison, James Hoff, Benjamin Kress

with mother's tankstation limited, Dublin

Opening: Thursday, June 29, 6–8pm

June 29 – July 28, 2017

A photograph of 4 paintings on 3 walls, and a sculpture of circuit boards on the ground.
A photograph of 2 paintings on a wall, mirroring one another on 2 walls around the corner. There is a circuit board sculpture on the ground.
Two paintings mirroring each other on the corner of the room. They resemble one another.
A photographs of 3 paintings of a still life of flowers with a circuit board sculpture on the ground.
A photograph of the gallery with 3 paintings on the front wall, and a circuit board sculpture on the ground. The 2 paintings at left are black with color. The painting at right is in tones of blue and green.
A side-view of the circuit board sculpture, installed on the ground.
A photograph of a circuit board sculpture installed on the ground.
A frontal view of the gallery, with the circuit board sculpture in the foreground. Just behind it we see a still life painting on black ground, and in the distance is an abstract, multi-colored painting.
A close view photograph of a painting on black ground on the gallery's temporary wall with flowers. The back wall has an abstract painting with tones of orange, yellow, and green.
A photograph of the gallery from the side of the temporary wall. There is a floral still life at-right, and on the far wall are two small abstract paintings.
A photograph of the side-view of the circuit board sculpture installed on the ground. There are 3 abstract paintings on the far wall that are indiscernible.
A photograph of 5 paintings installed in the gallery, installed in a straight line on the left and onto the back wall. There are 3 dark abstractions at left, and 2 brighter abstractions on the far wall.
A photograph of two abstract paintings. They are dark, and resemble water or empty rooms with a single stream of light.
A photograph of 3 abstract paintings around a corner. At left are two artworks with dark tones. At right is one abstract composition with tones of orange, yellow, and green.
A photograph of two abstract paintings. They are neon-colored, with swatches that resemble cartoonish brush strokes.
A photograph of 3 paintings: 2 abstract and bright on the right, and one that is of darker tones on the far wall.
A photograph of two paintings, one dark and barely legible on the left, and another light blue on the right wall.
A photograph of 3 circuit board sculptures installed on the ground.
A painting on canvas. The majority is sky blue, and transitions to a paler hue toward the bottom-right. There are three spheres: 2 semi-large blue shapes in the center; at right is a small white circle.
A painting on canvas. There is a predominantly navy background with twinkles of light blue in the shape of a capital "C", resembling flickers of light.
A abstract print on aluminum that has bright colors (red, pink, moss green, cerulean blue, sea foam green) that summons images of light refracting off a jagged surface. The image depicts contours that come from an unknown place.
An abstract image that looks like digital swatches of paint, or soap left on a window. The color scheme is mostly in pale hues of orange, pink, green, and blue, with negative space in white and black.
An abstract painting that appears to be inspired by a dark ocean night. There are several streaks of rainbows that appear faintly, vertically, in the center of the canvas. There are also wisps of movement at left.
A painting of the night sky over the ocean. There are areas of movement, or areas where the waves are illuminated by the moon. The canvas is predominantly navy blue, with some dots indicating light or stars.
A painting on canvas with a central red circle, and a darker circle beneath it, at right. The canvas is predominantly red, maroon, and black. There appears to be a faint horizon line but there are also tufts of other forms that could be clouds in the bottom half of the canvas.
A painting with a baby-blue background. The painting depicts a vase, low to the table it sits upon, with a minimal bouquet of flowers within it. The tones are mostly green, blue, and brown.
A painting of a still-life of flowers, with a rose in the foreground. The tones of the flowers are mostly green, blue, and brown.
A still-life painting of a vase of flowers on a dark background. There is a prominent chrysanthemum in the foreground in tones of pink and green. Otherwise the flowers are mostly in tones of blue, green, and black.

Press Release

Callicoon Fine Arts hosts mother’s tankstation limited, Dublin, with works by 

Mairead O’hEocha, Yuri Pattison, James Hoff, Benjamin Kress

The inaugural Condo New York, a collaborative exhibition by 36 galleries across 16 New York spaces, will take place from June 29 – July 29, 2017.  In 2016, Vanessa Carlos (Carlos/Ishikawa) founded Condo London as a way to offer international galleries a site for creative collaboration and exchange.  

New York galleries will host a visiting gallery (or galleries) by either co-curating an exhibition together or dividing the host gallery into different exhibition spaces. Condo arose from a reevaluation of existing exhibition models, a desire to pool resources and act communally, and the need to activate the gallery space in a different manner. Through this partnership, Condo offers a more generous and encouraging environment for the global presentation of experimental exhibitions. 

Galleries

Andrew Kreps hosting What Pipeline, Detroit

Bortolami Gallery hosting Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles

Bodega hosting Croy Nielsen, Vienna

Bureau hosting Carlos/Ishikawa, London

Bridget Donahue hosting Project Native Informant, London

Callicoon Fine Arts hosting mother’s tankstation limited, Dublin

Chapter NY hosting Agustina Ferreyra, San Juan/Mexico City

Foxy Production hosting Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles and Sultana, Paris

Gavin Brown’s Enterprise hosting Labor, Mexico City

Metro Pictures hosting Leo Xu, Shanghai

Mitchell Algus hosting High Art, Paris

Off Vendome hosting Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles

Queer Thoughts hosting Deborah Schamoni, Munich

Rachel Uffner hosting Koppe Astner, Glasgow and Sandy Brown, Berlin

Simon Preston hosting Jacqueline Martins, São Paulo and proyectos ultravioleta,Guatemala City

Simone Subal hosting Tanya Leighton Berlin and Gregor Staiger, Zurich

For additional information please visit condocomplex.org/newyork/ or contact Photi Giovanis at info@callicoonfinearts.com.

Callicoon Fine Arts is located at 49 Delancey Street between Forsyth and Eldridge Streets. Gallery hours are Wednesday to Sunday, 10:30am to 6:30pm. The nearest subway stops are the B and D trains at Grand Street and the F, J, M and Z trains at Delancey-Essex Street.

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