Ted Gahl
19 aug 201617 sep 2016

Images ranging from delicate watercolor mock-ups to deeper meditations on memory and material serve to present a lesser-known component to the artist’s heavily painting-based practice. Made over a span of two years, the drawings and watercolors exhibited display works drafted in the studio and at home, as well as made on-the-fly while traveling.


Two 355 cm x 406 cm (140 x 160 inch) paintings are like night and day, each painting following a specific approach to large format image making. What ties these canvases together is the influence of nature, historical reference as well as self-reference, materials, and scale.

Ted Gahl (b. 1983) received his BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 2006 and his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island in 2010. Past solo shows include Halsey McKay gallery, East Hampton, Retrospective, Hudson, MIER gallery, Los Angeles, Zach Feuer gallery, New York, and DODGE gallery, New York. Past group exhibitions include Freddy, New York, Rod Barton, London, Romer Young, San Francisco, V1, Copenhagen, and The Journal, New York.

Kilde: Galleri Jacob Bjørn

Galleri Jacob Bjørn

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8000 Aarhus C

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Ted Gahl
19 aug 201617 sep 2016


'Ted Gahl'