Dutch artist Lilian Kreutzberger’s solo exhibition “Infinite Scroll” opens at SARAHCROWN Art Gallery in New York. The exhibition offers a glimpse into Kreutzberger’s body of work as a manifestation of today’s world, and its physical, technological, and visual elements blurring into one another.
SARAHCROWN Art Gallery
373 Broadway #215
New York, NY, US
Thursday to Saturday, 12 – 6 PM
More information here.
About the Exhibition
In Infinite Scroll, nothing is as it initially seems. Kreutzberger’s work with their marbled surfaces and irregular shapes, or stone tablets from the neolithic era, look thick and heavy, embellished with touches of gold and silver in their lustrous glory. Super Surface 1 (2017), for example, is a large-scale structure almost 5 feet wide, between a gold-framed painting and a slab of marble in smithereens. It’s like a reflection of a complete, unshattered version of itself in a body of water, or more likely, on a broken smartphone screen.
Hear Kreutzberger talk about her work ‘Super Surface 1’ (image in the header)