New Paintings by Jeremy Glogan
25th November – 30th December 2006
Private View 24th November 7pm
Open Friday and Saturday 3-7pm or by appointment
WHAT THESE PAINTINGS MIGHT BE LIKE
These paintings might depict scenes, firmly rooted in the familiar, in which a solitary woman poses.
It might appear to be a similar woman each time.
They might have been painted in rather a precise manner.
They might look a little cinematic.
Perhaps there is a literal quality at play in the style of representation.
It is possible that they took quite a long time to do.
Perhaps with some small brushes.
They might seem rather enigmatic.
The settings might appear to be ‘at home’.
It is conceivable that they are never what they might seem.
Perhaps they were inevitable.
after the butcher is pleased to present Jeremy Glogan’s first solo exhibition in Germany. Glogan was born in London in 1967. He studied at Camberwell School of Art and Crafts. Recent shows include ‘Jewels in Art’ with Josephine Pryde, Sarah Staton and Merlin Carpenter, Galerie Bleich-Rossi Graz 2001; ‘GLOGAN’, Gallery McGillivray London 2002; ‘When in Doubt Blame The Victim’ with Merlin Carpenter, Galerie Bleich-Rossi Graz 2003; ‘The Hydrogenation and Trans Fatty Acid Time Bomb’, McAllister Institute New York 2003 and most recently ‘Rudolf?’, Galerie Bleich-Rossi Vienna in 2005. Since 1997 he has run The Top Room in London overseeing exhibitions by Michael Krebber, Mel Bochner and Nils Norman amongst others. In 2007 he will be showing at The Tate Gallery, St Ives in the exhibition ‘Brian Wilson An Art Exhibition’.