The Spaces in Between - solo show, NYC
Brooklyn-Based Artist Michelle Mackey
PSCA will present "The Spaces In Between" featuring oil on canvas paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Michelle Mackey. The exhibition will be on view from September 6 through October 1, 2005. A public opening will be held Thursday, September 8, from 6 to 9 PM.
Mackey's paintings reflect upon the rapidly changing Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn where she lives and maintains her studio. As gentrification transpires and new larger and taller buildings are built, the visual fabric of the area is indelibly changed. The social and personal relationships in the neighborhood are forced to bear pressures from the change to an upscale urban oasis in a largely immigrant and industrial neighborhood. These abstract landscapes feature representational elements mixed with sweeping expanses capturing the spirit of change. The artist, who was born in Washington DC and who grew up in Texas, had her first solo New York show at Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art in December 2003, which met with critical acclaim, including a review in The New York Art World.
The exhibition marks the inaugural show at PSCA's new address in the heart of the West Chelsea arts district in Manhattan. Located at 525 West 29th Street
For further information about the artist and the gallery, please visit www.paulsharpegallery.com or phone 646 613 1252.