Meet the artists…Daniele Genadry

D Genadry “Afterimage (Towards Riyaq)”, 2012, acrylic and oil paint on wood panel, 45 x 60 cm (each)

D Genadry “Afterimage (Towards Riyaq)”, 2012, acrylic and oil paint on wood panel, 45 x 60 cm (each)

www.danielegenadry.com

Daniele Genadry (Abbey Scholar in Painting, October 2013-June 2014) lives and works in Beirut and New York City. Recent exhibitions include “After Hours”, Kunsthalle Galapagos, New York City; “Journeys”, Beirut Exhibition Center, Beirut; “2nd AIM Biennial”, Bronx Museum, New York City (2013); “Blindspot”, Agial Gallery, Beirut; “Sightlines”, Coop Gallery, Nashville, TN (2012).

Daniele Genadry’s work considers the construction of visual experience through memory, movement and migration. She uses various media to create and translate images of the landscape and examines how this mediation alters our perception of time and space. Multiple viewpoints, decentralized images, and shifting frames within the work address the distance necessary to merge a documented moment with the narrative of passing geographies.

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Danièle Genadry (Abbey Scholar in Painting, ottobre 2013-giugno 2014) vive e lavora a Beirut e New York City. Le sue mostre recenti includono “After Hours”, Kunsthalle Galapagos, New York City; “Journeys”, Beirut Exhibition Center, Beirut; “2nd AIM Biennial”, Bronx Museum, New York City (2013); “Blindspot”, Agial Gallery, Beirut; “Sightlines”, Coop Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee (2012).

Il lavoro di Danièle Genadry riguarda la costruzione dell’esperienza visiva attraverso la memoria, il movimento e la migrazione. Ella usa vari media per creare e tradurre immagini del paesaggio e esamina come questa mediazione alteri la nostra percezione di tempo e spazio. Punti di vista multipli, immagini decentrate, e cornici che slittano all’interno dell’opera affrontano la distanza che è necessaria a fondere un momento documentato con la narrazione di geografie in transito.

Friday 13th Invitation

BSR Fine Arts exhibition “Friday 13th”. Opening Friday 13 December 2013 18.30-21.30. Exhibition runs Monday-Saturday 16.30-19.00 until 21 December. Further details here.

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