"Flowers" focuses on paintings that James Rosenquist made in the 1980s featuring floral imagery and women’s faces. A leading figure of Pop Art, Rosenquist’s work had typically consisted of radical juxtapositions of familiar images culled from the world of commercial advertising. His work in the 1980s builds upon these early innova- tions, but is inflected with the personal. Both a move of his studio to Aripeka, Florida and his acquisition of the relatively technologically advanced color photocopier shifted the form and content of his work. Photography by John Berens, courtesy of Ross + Kramer. © 2020 James Rosenquist, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Unfaithful to Translations
Ross + Kramer is pleased to announce the opening of Ernesto Burgos’s debut solo exhibition with the gallery in our East Hampton location, titled Unfaithful to Translations. Ernesto Burgos was born in Santa Clara, California, and raised in Chile. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the College of the Arts in San Francisco, California in 2004, followed by a Master of Fine Arts from New York University in 2008. His work has been exhibited across the U.S. and internationally, most notably in solo exhibitions at Kate Werble Gallery (New York) and The Goma (Madrid), and is part of the public collection of Kunstmuseum Magdeburg in Magdeburg, Germany. Burgos currently lives and works in New York, NY. The gallery is located at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, New York and the exhibition will run from February 27 until April 11, 2021. The gallery is open from 11am - 6pm, Thursday-Sunday. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 (917) 675 7293.