Excited to take part in this show celebrating that mysterious ephemera which tugs at our heart strings. I'm also happy it's taking place in my home away from home away from home state of Colorado. I lived in Denver off and on for nearly 8 years and visited many nooks and corners of the state, but Aspen has somehow escaped me. I'll have 6 pieces for feeling and will also be there in spirit...wearing giant fluffy snow boots.
(Poster art by Andrew Hoffman)
Gravity Productions is proud to present All the Feels curated by Max Kauffman, the inaugural show of Gravity Gallery.
ALL THE FEELS takes a focus on work of an emotional nature. Its nostalgia of music that still tickles the hair on the back of your neck, the rush of memory from kitchen smells, or the deja vu of a new place that reminds one of the comfort of an old home. This show aims to introduce a cross section of artists with strong ties to Colorado that make work for themselves, for the love. Each artist carries an emotional undercurrent- work that clearly defines mood while leaving a narrative direction less delineated.
Featuring work from:
Hannah Stouffer | Andrew Hoffman | John Fellows | Max Kauffman | Jaime Molina | Mike Gallegos | Jamos | Scot Lefavor | Sara Guindon | Tom Bond | Sandra Fettingis | Mike Ortiz | Axel Geitmann | Jonathan Lamb | Daryll Peirce | Harrison Nealey | Chris Huth | Hans Walor | Takeo Hiromitsu | Jonathan Gold | Skye Weinglass | Chris Ford | Rob Mack
The show will open January 7th and be up for one month culminating with the 2016 Winter X Games. Additionally, there will be weekly receptions with artist talks:
January 7th - 9pm - Hannah Stouffer
January 14th - 9pm - Max Kauffman
January 21st - 9pm - John Fellows
January 27th - 9pm - Andrew Hoffman
Gravity Gallery, 300 E. Hyman Ave, Aspen, CO 81623
Contact Max Kauffman for any inquiries.
...and here's a nice little writeup from the Westword with the lofty title, "ALL THE FEELS Might be the coolest art show ever in Aspen."
And, another great article from VICE featuring "Slack Tide."