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20 Sep 2016

All Together Now: New Paintings by Tom Anholt, Markus Bacher and Alexander Kroll at 1969 Gallery

Markus Bacher, Call from the faraway, 2013-2016
acrylic and oil on canvas, 79 x 118 in

All Together Now: New Paintings by Tom Anholt, Markus Bacher and Alexander Kroll
1969 Gallery


Exhibition Opening:
Friday, September 16 @ 6pm
Exhibition Dates:
September 16 – November 6, 2016
Opening hours:
Wed - Sun 11am - 6pm

Lynn Battaglia

1969 Gallery
103 Allen Street (@Delancey)
10002 New York

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1969 opens our doors with an exhibition of new artworks by three emerging painters – Tom Anholt, Markus Bacher and Alexander Kroll.

The 13 selected paintings show the vibrant, dynamic and still-endless possibilities of abstract and representational painting. The color spectrum is presented in its full array of hues - the brush strokes run in all directions with confidence and spontaneity - the canvasses shine with dots, spots, plops, slops and pops - or what is the sound of one hand painting?

A special commission by Chris Taylor will be part of 1969's inaugural exhibition.

Tom Anholt, born 1987, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at VOLTA NY with Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen, and a solo show at Project B Gallery, Milan, as well as an upcoming show at Eigen+Art Lab, Berlin.  

Markus Bacher, born 1983, lives and works in Vienna and Cologne. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles and a solo show at Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin.       

Alexander Kroll, born 1981, lives and works in Los Angeles. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami and Praz-Delavallade, Paris, as well as numerous group shows in the US and Europe.

1969 is a new, contemporary art gallery devoted to painting. Through solo / group exhibitions and events in our 1,200 square-feet gallery space and publications that offer an art historical context for understanding contemporary ideas and practices, the gallery opens our doors in the bustling art district of New York's Lower East Side.