Space Annex

Past Exhibition

SPACE ANNEX – FALL SALON

Exhibition runs September 6th 2019 - November 3rd 2019

OPENING RECEPTION

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH 2019 | 6PM–9PM

FEATURING WORK BY:

KARINE LEGER | PATRICIA AARON | NICK YOUNG
ALYSON KAHN | GRAEME DUNCAN | BEN SCHWAB
MICHAEL HEDGES | FREA BUCKLER | KAREN SCHARER
CARLENE FRANCES | JEFF WENZEL | REBECCA RUTSTEIN
HYLAND MATHER | ANTHONY FALCETTA | DEBRA VAN TUINEN
Press Release
  • Exhibition: SPACE ANNEX – FALL SALON
  • Showing: September 6th 2019 - November 3rd 2019

 

 

Space Annex

Past Exhibition

MOMENTUM ~ ANNEX

    • Bota
    • Copper, wood, paint, patina, lacquer, and wax/li>
    • 10.5 x 7 x 10.5 inches
    • fine
    • acrylic on plywood
    • 8" x 12"
    • Surprising Twist (2019)
    • acrylic on canvas
    • 16 x 16 inches
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Press Release
  • Exhibition: MOMENTUM ~ ANNEX
  • Showing: May 23rd 2019 - September 5th 2019

Space Annex

Past Exhibition

Rear View Mirror

Exhibition runs March 29th 2019 - May 4th 2019


SPACE ANNEX 95 South Cherokee

OPENING RECEPTION

FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH 2019 | 6PM–9PM


FEATURING WORK BY:

PAUL BROKERING

 

Press Release
  • Exhibition: Rear View Mirror
  • Showing: March 29th 2019 - May 4th 2019
  • Opening Reception: Space ANNEX (95 South Cherokee)

To wrap up Denver’s Month of Photography, please join Space Gallery the evening of March 29th (6-9pm) to celebrate artist Paul Brokering’s new solo exhibition.

ARTIST STATEMENT

Rear View Mirror • 13 Typologies

“My commercial photography work and personal travels take me down many highways, streets and sidewalks, usually moving through the world much too quickly. An arrangement of grain elevators, the light of a building or oddity, they are ahead of me, and almost immediately they are behind me.  I have to decide: do I turn around or keep moving forward? This seems to me like an apt metaphor for contemporary life, the future hurtling towards us and then, in the blink of an eye, it’s already behind us, in the past……it’s all in our rear view mirror.

Rear View Mirror •13 Typologies; is my way of classifying 325 images, each organized by a unifying color. The dissimilar oddities, landscapes, signs, buildings, and places create a singular abstract image; a color field. Each grid of 25 images is set inside a 44” x 44” square paired with a single image from the grid printed at 44” x 44”. Each viewer lands on a different image. I find the different interpretations of each typology very interesting.

Like a friend said:  “you are like a prairie dog popping up out of the ground, always scanning, looking and thinking did I just see something to stop for and explore”.

Enjoy.