Rebecca Ibel presents Duncan Hannah's World of Cinema
and Daina Higgins' Flaneur in the Miranova Gallery in Columbus, Ohio from January 14 to February 26. The opening on January 14 will include an artists' gallery talk at 6:30. This body of Duncan Hannahís work - World of Cinema - is a new series of paintings inspired by the artistís interest in old movies. Concurrently, the gallery is presenting the first solo exhibition of Daina Higgins entitles Flaneur.
In hannah's work, scenes from flims such as Blow Up and Night Moves are depected, along with images of Natalie Wood, Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway. The Hitchcock starlette Nova Pilbeam, is another favorite subject of the artist. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with a preface by critic David Cohen.
Originally from Minneapolis, the artist lives and works in New York. Hannah has exhibited extensively, with recent shows in New York, London and San Francisco. The artist has been exhibiting with the Rebecca Ibel Gallery since1999.
Daina Higgins' cityscapes offer poetic snapshots of the urban environment. Working from her own photographs taken around residential and industrial sections of cities, mostly Brooklyn, Queens and Columbus, Higgins delicately paints tiny panels exclusively using spray paint. †These highly detailed pieces are made in black and white with an occasional burst of color.
Originally from Columbus, Higgins graduated from Fort Hayes High School, received her BFA at the School for Visual Arts in New York and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Spraypaint on panel
6 x 6 inches