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Jackie Klempay, Brooklyn, NY
June 22 – August 14, 2013
Jackie Klempay presents an inaugural show: an exhibition of new works by New York-based artists Travis Boyer and Hayden Dunham
Selection from the press release:
“The artists are united by their contemplation of intimacy and the subsequent potential scrutiny. Materiality, lushness, and inquisitiveness distinguish the works in this exhibition. Additionally, maneuvering personal relationships is essential to both artists’ processes. This practice is reflected in the viewer’s own experiences of the work in that most of the objects presented are on a scale of one-to-one. Boyer and Dunham share a belief that the interpretation of objects comes first from human sensibility and an innate understanding then follows. ”
Travis Boyer (born 1979 Fort Worth, TX) Is a New York based artist and holds a MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School for the Arts at Bard College. He has exhibited nationally at Johannes Vogt Gallery, NYC; Participant Inc., NYC; John Connelly Presents, NYC; Evas Arche, NYC; Louis B. James Gallery, NYC; Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn NY; Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC; SOMA Arts, San Francisco, CA; and internationally at Galleria Glance, Torino, Italy; Piso 51, Mexico City; and Kunstverein, Amsterdam, Holland; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland. He was among the first artists awarded the Fire Island Artist Residency. Boyer has been invited as guest lecturer and performer at Yale MFA program; RISD, Providence, RI; CCA, Oakland, CA; and MICA, Baltimore, MA.
Hayden Dunham (born 1988 Austin, TX) studied applied psychology, visual aesthetics and gender studies at New York University’s Gallatin School. She has participated in exhibitions and performances at PS1, Queens, NY; New Museum, New York, NY; Colette, Paris, France; Soloway Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Hat Gallery, Valencia, Spain among others. In 2011 she co-founded Other Travel, an interactive publication and metaphysical experiment. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn NY.