I’ll see you in the ether at HSFA

All photos by Ruben Diaz, courtesy of Hunter Shaw Fine Art

To burn, to shine, in the upper air. 

 Frequent Editorial Magazine collaborator, Jonny Negron unveils his latest show at HSFA, not only as painter, but this time as curator as well. I’ll see you in the ether features the work of five different artists—Cécile di Giovanni, Nina Hartmann, Benjamin Kellogg, Lisa Signorini, and Jonny Negron himself—whose work unpacks iconography on the material plane, and subsequently where such symbolism intersects esoterically. Occupying the ambiguous limbo between light and dark, these works question the nature of temporal subjectivity, and whether each of us is uniquely complicit. “The mind is the limit of reality, the imagination its forge.” I’ll see you in the ether is open until December 22nd at Hunter Shaw Fine Art. -Rebecca Storm

Benjamin Kellogg, Primordial Window, 2019, Jacquard weaving, 118 inches x 56 inches

Cécile di Giovanni, The Slayer, 2018, Silicone, airbrush and oil paint, sneaker, 16 inches x 12 inches x 5 inches

Jonny Negron, XVII, The Star, May 30 2019, 2019, acrylic on linen over panel, 24 inches diameter

Jonny Negron, XVI, The Tower, April 14 2019, 2019, acrylic on linen over panel, 24 inches diameter

Nina Hartmann, Untitled Capsule, Woman, 2019, Resin, paper, acrylic, pigment, 16 inches x 12.5 inches x 1 inch

Nina Hartmann, Selections from Remote Viewing Archive, II, 2019 Resin, paper, acrylic, pigment, 16.5 inches x 12 inches x 1 inch