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January 21 – February 25, 2017

Miya Ando, Blue Taupe Mandala, 2017, dye, pigment, resin and urethane on stainless steel, diameter: 40 inches/101.6 cm
Ricardo Mazal, Enero 4.10, 2010, oil on linen, 40 x 60 inches
Sohan Qadri, Puja III, 2006, ink and dye on paper, 39 x 27 inches/99.1 x 68.6 cm
Susan Weil, Barton's Ladder, 2012, inkjet and wood on canvas, 60 x 37 x 3.5 inches/152.4 x 94 x 8.9 cm
Ricardo Mazal, Violet Red 1, 2016, oil on linen, 40 x 40 inches/101.6 x 101.6 cm
Sohan Qadri, Asha III, 2005, ink and dye on paper, 45 x 33 inches/114.3 x 83.8 cm
Susan Weil, Body Shelley, 2014, digital image on backlit plexi and canvas on sintra board, 77 x 55.5 x 2 inches/195.6 x 141 x 5.1 cm
Miya Ando, Gold Silver Mandala, 2017, pigment, urethane and resin on aluminum, diameter: 20 inches/50.8 cm

About This Exhibition

Taking the Lunar New Year as its inspiration, this group exhibition explores the moon in its rhythm and regeneration in the practices of four gallery artists: Miya Ando, Ricardo Mazal, Sohan Qadri and Susan Weil.


Mexican-born artist Ricardo Mazal's series of abstract paintings are a result of his examinations into the sacred burial rituals of three diverse cultures, each of which embrace spiritual regeneration in alliance with the natural world. The moon-like mandalas of Miya Ando, a descendant of Bizen sword makers, shimmer with celestial energy, creating a moment of quiet  contemplation. The vibrantly colored minimalist works of artist, poet and Tantric guru Sohan Qadri were produced while the artist was in a rhythmic trance, focused on opposing forces, such as creation and destruction, and as was typical of the yogi-artist, with reverence to the mysteries of the universe. Finally, American artist Susan Weil uses lunar themes throughout her practice to refer to the constant regeneration of nature. Perhaps a symbol of feminine power, these illuminated works further call upon the moon’s connection with the human body. 


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