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Tyson Reeder

23 April 30 May 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

installation view Tyson Reeder
Office Baroque, Brussels, 2015

Tyson Reeder
Surf Shop, 2015
acrylic and graphite on paper on canvas
121,5 × 152,5 cm (47 13/16 × 60 1/16 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Pink Cityscape, 2015
acrylic and pencil on paper on canvas
91,4 × 162,6 cm (36 × 64 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Green Cityscape, 2015
sea shells, acrylic and pencil on paper on canvas
91,4 × 162,6 cm (36 × 64 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Untitled, 2015
sea shells and acrylic on paper on canvas
78,5 × 94 cm (30 15/16 × 37 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Untitled, 2015
cotton balls, sea shells, acrylic and charcoal on canvas
81,5 × 91,2 cm (32 1/16 × 35 15/16 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Green River, 2015
acrylic and pencil on paper on canvas
91,4 × 162,6 cm (36 × 64 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Pink River, 2015
acrylic and pencil on paper on canvas
91,4 × 162,6 cm (36 × 64 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Red Yellow Green Chopper, 2015
acrylic and pencil on canvas
91,5 × 198 cm (36 × 77 15/16 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Untitled, 2015
acrylic and rabbit skin glue on canvas
81 × 91,5 cm (31 7/8 × 36 inches)

Tyson Reeder
Pro Audio, 2015
gouache, pencil and acrylic on paper on canvas
81,5 × 91,5 cm (32 1/16 × 36 inches)

Office Baroque has the pleasure to present the first individual exhibition of Tyson Reeder at the gallery. Reeder will be presenting a suite of new paintings, a mix of colorful landscapes, figurative, and abstract paintings. Through experimental paint application techniques and using mixed media in his art-making, in his words, Tyson is “temporarily suspending the burden of art history, with its myriad ways of contextualizing every type of painting move, to let accident and invention come into the process.”

Tyson Reeder currently lives and teaches in Chicago, USA. He has had solo exhibitions at CANADA, New York; Daniel Reich, New York; The Green Gallery, Milwaukee and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York. His group exhibitions include Shane Campbell, Chicago; Museum of Modern Art Library, New York; Foxy Production, New York and David Zwirner, New York.