Laurie Victor Kay, Wendel Wirth, David Burdeny, Staff Picks

May 01, 2015 to June 24, 2015

Celebrating our eight-year anniversary Gilman Contemporary, known for bringing leading photography to the Valley, will exhibit new works from gallery photographers. This staff curated exhibition will feature iconic images by Melvin Sokolsky, Ormond Gigli, Rodney Smith and other renowned photographers.
The gallery will also unveil new images from Laurie Victor Kay’s Metro, Tree and Plage series alongside David Burdeny’s newest images from Russia and China. This vibrant and visually engaging exhibition will run through mid-June.
Stop by the gallery and raise a glass of champagne as we celebrate our eighth anniversary while you enjoy this inspiring exhibition and catch a preview of our upcoming summer exhibitions with Marco Casentini, Tom Chambers, Peter Clark and James Verbicky.

Marco Casentini , Marco Casentini ~ New Paintings

June 26, 2015 to July 29, 2015

Italian painter Marco Casentini explores architectural landscape through modern art.  Casentini's paintings are vibrant and textural cityscapes that are constructed from feelings and memories of a place rather than being representational.  Influenced by the Southern California light and architecture Casentini uses color to recreate the rhythms of a place and time, transforming the landscape through planes and lines. This exhibition will include various sculptural pieces by Marco. New images coming soon.

Peter Clark ~ Paper Offerings

June 26, 2015 to July 29, 2015

Gilman Contemporary is delighted to bring Peter Clark's creations to Sun Valley. Peter paints with a unique collage process creating beasts, dogs, garmets and other capricious objects.
Peter uses a comprehensive collection of found papers as his palette, which are coloured, patterned or textured by their printed, written or worn surfaces. With this media he 'paints' his collages. Peter shades with density of print and creates substance and movement with lines plucked from old maps or manuscripts. His pieces use mark - making in an innovative and humorous way to create.