Image courtesy of LMAK Projects and Joan van Barneveld

Image courtesy of LMAK Projects and Joan van Barneveld

Image courtesy of LMAK Projects and Joan van Barneveld

Image courtesy of LMAK Projects and Joan van Barneveld



Joan van Barneveld solo exhibition at LMAK Projects, NYC & Paul Loya Gallery, LA

LMAK Projects
139 Eldridge Street, New York City, New York 10002

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LMAKprojects and Paul Loya Gallery are proud to present Joan van Barneveld’s exhibit Bad Moon Rising, which opens on Saturday, November 2 at LMAKprojects and Saturday, January 18, 2014 at Paul Loya Gallery.

Joan van Barneveld debuts his new works in the exhibit Bad Moon Rising, titled after Sonic Youth’s second studio album setting the tone for the exhibit. In the past year Van Barneveld, known for his characteristic monochrome paintings abandoned the canvas and created these new works that consist of unique large-scale silkscreens set between veils of highly diluted black paint washes.

The application of silkscreens adds a more photographic quality to his anonymous narration. Even though, van Barneveld is increasingly sourcing his personal photography - photographs of empty stages, taken before performing with his band, home settings and documentation of his travels – creating works that center on a theme of absence and presence. Rather than presenting a singular image the new works combine individual pieces, giving the works a direct relation to storyboards. The abstract narrative of two scenes, seemingly unrelated yet sharing a similar looming presence. His choices of scenery and the link to storyboards are reminders of the film and music industry and their influence on the visual arts, recalling film noir and the power of the mysterious.

Joan van Barneveld's work has been shown in venues such as: Schunck Museum Heerlen, the Netherlands; CODA Museum Apeldoorn, the Netherlands; Paul Loya Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Raumfuerkunst Aachen, Germany; Chateau d'Aspremont-Lynden in Rekem, Belgium; Tegenboschvanvreden Gallery Amsterdam, the Netherlands and most recent at Fordham University Gallery in New York. His work is in the permanent collections of the Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, the Netherlands; Museum Het Domein, Sittard, the Netherlands and in several private and corporate collections in the US and Europe.

Los Angeles:
Bad Moon Rising
Opening reception Saturday, January, 18 from 6-8 pm
Exhibition dates: January 18 – February 15, 2014.
Paul Loya Gallery: 2677 S. La Cienega Blvd. LA, CA 90034

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