CURRENT & UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS


PERCEPTION | In the Eye of the Beholder

Installs 28 Hyperrealistic Sculptures as Public Art Exhibition
in partnership with NYC Non-Profit:  Chashama Foundation

Carole Feuerman launches retail collection with line
of scarves, t-shirts, books and more

 

Survival of Serena, 2017

Survival of Serena, 2017

New York NY (Feb. 24, 2017) World-renowned sculptor Carole A. Feuerman inaugurated One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, NYC with a site specific public art installation and solo show in the lobby.  The exhibition is on view through March 24th, 2017in partnership with  Chashama, a non-profit foundation that partners with property owners to brings vibrant, artistic programming to spaces in NYC.

Feuerman’s solo exhibition showcases twenty-eight of her most iconic works.  The public is treated to Feuerman’s hyperrealistic sculptures, each figure sculpted from a different cultures. Guests will enjoy her never-before-seen paintings and prints, marble Relationship series, and her iconic swimmers.

The exhibition will mark the debut of the Carole Feuerman retail collection, including gorgeous silk screened scarves, T-shirts, calendar books, and greeting cards. The proceeds from the store go to the Chashama Foundation and the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation.

 

Carole Feuerman with her retail scalves

Carole Feuerman with her retail scalves

Feuerman's approach to depicting the human form is treated with the care and intensity reminiscent of Bernini’s marble sculptures in the late Renaissance. Nail beds are imperfect, the bottoms of feet naturally wrinkled, and skin is tanned and covered in the strikingly realistic water droplets. The intense physicality of her work acts as a vehicle for more nuanced investigations into human emotions and psychology. The success of each of Feuerman’s works hinges on its believability. It is quite easy to stand in front of the artist’s work and shift our sense of reality. When the resin, bronze, paint, and other physical materials are perceived as nothing other than skin and flesh, we are left with the story of each figure.

Feuerman has been honored with nine solo major museum retrospectives to date.  Her work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions including the Venice Biennale, the State Hermitage, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen, the Archeological Museum di Fiesole, and the Circulo de Bellas Artes.  She won first prize at the Austrian Biennale, the Florence Biennale, the 2008 Olympic Fine Art Exhibition, Best In Show at the Beijing Biennale, Best In Show at the Save the Arts Foundation as Museum Choice, and has also won a Peabody. One of Feuerman’s most recognizable pieces, “The Golden Mean”, can be seen in Riverfront Green Park overlooking the Hudson River and is owned by the City of Peekskill, NY. Her “Monumental Double Diver” is owned by the City of Sunnyvale in Silicon Valley, CA. Her sculptures are included in the permanent collections of 19 museums, and the private collections of the Emperor of Japan, President William & Hillary Clinton, Norman Brahman, the Caldic Collection, Mark Parker of Nike, and Malcolm Forbes among others.

Feuerman lives in New York City and maintains two studios, one in Chelsea and the other at Mana Contemporary in New Jersey. On an ongoing basis, Feuerman's work can be seen in selected museums and public and private collections worldwide. 

 

Chashama supports artists and nurtures creative communities in New York City, and beyond, by partnering with property owners to activate unused real estate into spaces for artists to work and present. Currently, Chashama manages over 125 artist studios, six galleries, five curated office lobbies, two performance venues, and provides affordable artist housing. A connector of art and real estate since 1995, Chashama has placed more than 15,000 artists into over 60 locations around New York City, becoming the largest provider of affordable space for creative use.  To learn more, visit www.chashama.org or contact Chelsea Escher at chelsea@chashama.org.

 

Address: 

One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, NYC (between Morris Street & Exchange Alley)

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 7pm
Friday: 12pm – 11pm
Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
Sundays: 4pm – 7pm

For More information:
www.carolefeuerman.com/bio

Twitter / Instagram: @CaroleFeuerman www.carolefeuerman.com

 

Sales Inquiries C24 Gallery

Grace Chen +1 (646) 416 6300 / Grace@c24gallery.com
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Location of One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, New York NY 10006

Location of One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, New York NY 10006


ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst

 Stowej 100, DK-2635 Ishoj, Denmark

" GYS! Er den levende? "

February 4th, 2017 - August 6th, 2017

Installation shot of General's Daughter

 

Hyperrealist Sculpture 1973-2016

TRAVELING SHOW: MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES DE BILBAO, MUSEO DE ARTE CONTEMPORANEO DE MONTERREY, AND BEYOND. 

"The General's Daughter", Resin & Oil Paint 50 Años de Escultura Hiperrealista, MARCO Museo, A Group Exhibition of Hyperrealistic Sculpture

"The General's Daughter", Resin & Oil Paint

50 Años de Escultura Hiperrealista, MARCO Museo, A Group Exhibition of Hyperrealistic Sculpture


Carole A. Feuerman

Is the featured artist with a solo outdoor exhibition by

sponsored by GAAF Foundation

During the 2017 Venice Biennale

Survival of Serena, 2016

Survival of Serena, 2016

Opening Parties on May 11th and 12th

Feuerman’s solo exhibition showcases eight of her most iconic outdoor works made especially for Venice.  Each figure sculpted from a different culture. 

 

The Golden Mean, Bronze, Pictured Above in Giardini with Rob Feinstein

The Golden Mean, Bronze, Pictured Above in Giardini with Rob Feinstein

Carole Feuerman with her sculpture Survival of Serena, 2013

Carole Feuerman with her sculpture Survival of Serena, 2013


TAMPA MUSEUM OF ART


AUGUST - March 2017

Monumental Dancer and Beyond the Golden Mean

Contact: Emily Mcveigh, Emily.McVeigh@Tampamuseum.org, 813-421-8377
 

"Monumental Dancer", Bronze with Hand Patina, 2016

"Monumental Dancer", Bronze with Hand Patina, 2016

The Golden Mean, 150 H x 54 w x 38D, Bronze, 2016

The Golden Mean, 150 H x 54 w x 38D, Bronze, 2016


THE DENNOS MUSEUM CENTER

TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN 

Solo Show

Carole A. Feuerman | June - August 2017


MARSHALL FREDERICKS SCULPTURE MUSEUM

www.marshallgredericks.org

UNIVERSITY CENTER, MICHIGAN 

Solo Show

Carole A. Feuerman

September - December 2017


"Bibi on The Ball",Resin & Oil 2016

"Bibi on The Ball",Resin & Oil 2016