Jonathan Gardner

Living Image


Paris, Turenne

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The gallery is open from 11 am until 7 pm.

  • , Hotel Room, 2021
    Oil on linen
    142.2 x 96.5 cm
    56 x 38 in
  • , Dining Scene, 2021
    Oil on linen
    187.9 x 157.4 cm
    74 x 62 in
  • , Cool Water, 2021
    Oil on linen
    190.5 x 165.1 cm
    75 x 65 in
  • , The Dressing Room, 2021
    Oil on linen
    167.6 x 142.2 cm
    66 x 56 in
  • , Reader in the Mirror, 2021
    Oil on linen
    142.2 x 132 cm
    56 x 52 in
  • , Sketch Book Drawer, 2021
    Oil on linen
    167.6 x 111.7 cm
    66 x 44 in
  • , The Bathhouse, 2021
    Oil on linen
    177.8 x 198.1 cm
    70 x 78 in
  • , Doorways, 2021
    Oil on linen
    165.1 x 137.1 cm
    66 x 56 in
  • , A Passage of Light, 2021
    Oil on linen
    170.1 x 182.8 cm
    67 x 72 in
  • , Reading Menus, 2021
    Oil on linen
    101.6 x 142.2 cm
    40 x 56 in
  • , A Passage of Light, 2021
    Graphite on paper
    39.3 x 36.8 cm
    15.5 x 14.5 in
  • , Dreamer Diptych, 2021
    Graphite on paper in two parts
    16.5 x 24.7 cm / 6.5 x 9.75 in
  • , Three Columns, 2021
    Graphite on paper
    31.1 x 29.8 cm
    12.2 x 11.7 in
  • , Figures Waiting, 2021
    Graphite on paper
    36.5 x 43.5 cm
    14.4 x 17.13 in

Press release

Almine Rech Paris is pleased to present Jonathan Gardner's first solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from November 20 to December 18, 2021.

Forming a homogeneous whole in both subject and style, Jonathan Gardner presents ten new paintings at Almine Rech in Paris.

Going further than painting the everyday, Gardner paints leisure. His figures are occupied with recreational activities: consulting a restaurant menu, reading a book, taking a bath, gardening, collecting, reading on the beach... Subjects that, in his own words, "are not dramatic, but have potential for introspection."

— Eric Troncy, Director of Consortium Museum, Dijon and Editor-in-chief of Frog Magazine
 


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