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Jack Ryan, “Untitled,” 2021, oil on linen

Baader-Meinhof continues its recent practice of using its two floors of exhibition space, featuring a duo of solo shows: Jack Ryan’s “Loess” and “Nature Morte” by Benjamin Langford open on June 10, with a public reception from 5-9:00pm.

Ryan, a New York City-based artist, is returning to Baader-Meinhof with all new work. Ever the experimentalist, he mixes stylistic approaches including pointillism and abstract expressionism to integrate images evoking memory and personal history.

Benjamin Langford, “Spring,” 2022, archival inkjet print in artist’s frame

Langford, a Brooklyn-based photographer, presents a series of large-scale color landscapes. They reveal his search for framing the idyllic in the familiar settings of a park on a snowy winter’s day, in the intimate reverie of a garden or in the perspective of a sublime vista.

Baader-Meinhof gallery is located at 1322 S. 6th Street and is open by scheduling an appointment via email: director@baader-meinhof.org.


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