The Moment - Feb 22, 2020

TESSA EASTMAN: CLOUDSPOTTING

  • NEW YORK CITY, New York
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  • September 26, 2019

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Tessa Eastman Standing Cloud Pinky White, 2019

Tessa Eastman | Cloudspotting

NEW YORK CITY — OCTOBER 10TH — CLOUDSPOTTING, an upcoming solo exhibition of work by the award-winning, London-based artist, Tessa Eastman, will open at Jason Jacques Gallery Thursday, October 10th and the artist will be making an appearance.

Eastman’s hand-sculpted ceramic works— colorful drawn and built clusters, arrangements, and structures inspired by clouds and molecules— span the gap between the microscopic and the monumental and have a serious following among art collectors, gallerists, and ceramiphiles alike. In the artist’s own words, she aims “to fix ungraspable states such as fleeting clouds, which represent both the ideal and the perishable, doom, and fantasy.” These ideas are articulated through a language of color, contrast, and difference: fluid and rigid, ordered and chaotic, soft and unyielding.

Drawing inspiration from the forms glimpsed through the lens of a microscope, Eastman generates works that teem with life and energy. As she picks apart and reassembles the curious, modular nature of growth, structure, and the natural world, a series of remarkable pieces appears to spring fourth from the emergent properties of her visual vocabulary and sculptural practice.

Cloudspotting will be Eastman's debut solo exhibition in the United States, and will be accompanied by a selection of historic European pottery from the gallery’s collection, on view in the upstairs salon.

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Tessa Eastman: Cloudspotting will open October 10th; an opening reception will be held 6-8pm at the gallery.

Jason Jacques Gallery
29 East 73rd Street
New York, New York
info@jasonjacques.com
(212) 535-7500
http://www.jasonjacques.com/
About Jason Jacques Gallery

Jason Jacques Gallery is an American contemporary art gallery specializing in artists working in clay. Over it's thirty year history, the gallery has both made its mark building museum collections of late 19th century European Art Pottery and become renowned for exhibiting some of the most exciting and influential international contemporary ceramic artists.


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