Line Gesture (2)
Marc Le Blanc
Marc LeBlanc is a writer and independent curator. He cut his teeth producing solo and group exhibitions starting from 2001, when he owned 1R Gallery in Chicago. His most recent gallery group exhibitions include Unfinished Season (2014) in Galerie Nagel+Draxler in Cologne, and Anteriors (2011) in Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemberg Platz, Berlin.
LeBlanc has also organised a number of events for NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) including the recent X Poly Nation (2015) at Night Gallery, Los Angeles, and How To Build An Art Scene That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later at Art Cologne (2015). He is currently the Curator of Events & Programming for Art Los Angeles Contemporary.
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Line Gesture (2)
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About Whitney Hubbs
Whitney walks on a fine line between gesture, performance and dance
“My work is full of unlikely visual rhythms. It creates and provokes with aesthetic force.”
Whitney Hubbs spent her formative years growing up in what she describes as “punk rock feminist do-it-yourself neighbourhoods”. As an artist, she is inspired by a wide range of sources such as books, films and art. This explains why her work is full of contradictions– it is blunt and lyrical, formal and improvised, recognisable and totally foreign. Hubbs has exhibited in a variety of institutions, including the California Museum of Photography, M+B Gallery, Arturo Bandini and Roberts & Tilton. The artist has also created two pictures for Absolut Art. The works are abstractions of an object, using line to create gesture, performance and dance.