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Tillou Fine Art

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Tillou Fine Art

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From Clayton Patterson's radical guerrilla art to emerging Brooklyn painters and multi-media works, Tillou gallery brings you talent and innovation from a diversity of genres.
Brooklyn, NY


Tucked away in a cozy brownstone in historic Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Tillou is the kind of discovery gallery lovers dream of. Featuring works by emerging and established artists, Tillou exhibits flawless taste and fearless curation. Painting, photography, multi-media––all genres, all inspired. Tillou has participated in international art fairs (including Art Basel, ARCO Madrid, Art Chicago, The Armory Show, Pulse NY and Miami, Art Hamptons, Outsider Art Fair, and Volta as well as fairs in Los Angeles, Santa Fe and Guadalajara, Mexico). They have also organized various special projects and independent exhibitions throughout New York City––in Chelsea, the East Village, Lower East Side, Midtown, the Upper East Side, Brooklyn and East Hampton. Check it out. Potato Mike did.

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Represented Artists

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Represented Artists

KIM KEEVER

DANIEL HOROWITZ

JEREMY BLAKE

KAJAHL

JEREMY BLAKE

MEGAN GREENE

DOUG HALL

DANIEL HOROWITZ

KIM KEEVER

CLAYTON PATTERSON

JOHN SPINKS

EDWINA WHITE

LARS ARRHENIUS

FRANK BREUER

JENNIFER COATES

BRIAN DETTMER

GREGORY GREEN

ADAM HELMS

PAUL HODGSON

ELIZABETH HUEY

MARIANA JULIANO

RUSS MEYER

LIZ NIELSEN

 


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Past Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

KAJAHL: OBSCURE ORIGINS
Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah
April 22 – June 18, 2017

Opening April 22, Tillou Fine Art will present Obscure Originsthe first comprehensive solo presentation in New York City of paintings and studies by Brooklyn-based artist KAJAHL. Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah, this exhibition presents a focused survey of KAJAHL’s portraits, which combine iconography from African, Asian, European, and Pre-Columbian traditions. The fusion of these symbols results in the creation of enigmatic artworks that foreground the forgotten past and reanimate minor artifacts of history into transformative assemblages. KAJAHL draws inspiration for his paintings from visiting historic sites, mining archives, books, museums and the internet, and then uses these resources to create new iconographic mythologies and narratives. This results in the manifestation of hybridized entities that he produces and transforms into grandiose figures. Obscure Origins spotlights this diverse cast of characters ranging from majestic deities, royal leaders, scientists, cryptid like amphibians to seafaring explorers.


 

Tillou Fine Art

Director: Michelle Tillou

+1917.912.3922

Michelle@TillouFineArt.com

Address:
59 Cambridge Place
Brooklyn, New York 11238
www.tilloufineart.com

Gallery Hours: 
Thu – Sat, 12 – 6 pm,
And By Appointment