A solo exhibition by Grant Haffner
Opening September 5th
Tambaran 2 Gallery | NYC
Tambaran 2 Gallery and The TAX Collection are pleased to present 'Passage' - a solo exhibition by New York artist Grant Haffner. Opening September 5th - Haffner's latest exhibition and first with the gallery presents a collection of new original work that explores memory, transition, movement and the biological relationship between humans and nature.
Grant Haffner was a resident of Long Island’s East End for most of his life. His images are still inspired by and reflect the country roads, flat landscapes and surrounding water that he would absorb while traveling the area in his pickup truck. Through linear, dreamlike landscapes, Haffner elevates the often overlooked experience of road-travel to an exploration of the subtlety of light and emotion.
Tambaran 2 Gallery and The TAX Collection are pleased to present 'Americana' - a solo exhibition by New York artist Kevin Champeny. Champeny's latest exhibition explores current issues in America including: politics, mental health, gun violence, beauty, social media and drugs.
Guy Hepner and The TAX Collection are pleased to present 'Look Alive', a solo exhibition by Sage Barnes. 'Look Alive' challenges the viewer to examine their personal character. With a deep running theme of self-awareness, the artworks in this exhibition highlight the cause and effect of our actions - the consequences we face and our ability to overcome.
Rhodes Contemporary Gallery and The TAX Collection are pleased to present ‘Portraits of Someone’ -a duet exhibition featuring new bodies of work from Berlin based performance artist and painter Vera Kochubey, and Costa Rican contemporary painter John Paul Fauves. This collaborative exhibition explores western society's current standing in world affairs through the artists' reinterpretations of innocuous faces and characters that surround us in everyday life.
Tambaran 2 Gallery + The TAX Collection present a group exhibition featuring four rising contemporary artists whose works transcend their underlying presentation - calling on the viewer to reflect on distant emotions and memories through the interplay of color, perspective, and abstraction.
For their final exhibition of their curatorial residency, Guy Hepner & The TAX Collection present 'Abstract Transfer Protocol', a solo exhibition by Manuel Fernández. Opening November 29th, 'Abstract Transfer Protocol' is a collection of the artist's newest works, capturing images in the "intermediate process between decomposition" - to be transmitted over a wired network and its "recomposition" in the destination point as the final work.
NONFINITO Gallery is pleased to present 'PARALLELS' - a group exhibition curated by The Know by Natasha and The TAX Collection. Parallels is a curated, group exhibition which presents an exploration of pop culture and the state of American sociopolitical affairs
NextStreet Gallery and The TAX Collection are pleased to present 'SUBVERSION' - a group exhibition featuring six key artists in the contemporary scene challenging power structures, authority, and social norms.
For their fifth of six curated Guy Hepner + The TAX Collection present 'Suddenly Familiar', a solo exhibition by Adam Lister. 'Suddenly Familiar' is a collection of the artist's newest works, reinterpreting iconic historical paintings with his signature geometric approach.
For the fourth of their run of six curated shows, TAX Collection and Guy Hepner present 'CON ART', a solo exhibition by Dan Alva. The Miami based street artist utilizes his marketing and advertisement background to create satirical works that aim to challenge the messages of recognizable ad campaigns and comment on the excesses of materialism and lifestyle marketing.
For the third of their run of six curated shows for 2018, TAX Collection and Guy Hepner present 'Pointillism Revisited', a solo exhibition by Dimitri Likissas. 'Pointillism Revisited' is a collection of the artist's newest works, stemming from a long tradition of using distinct dots of color in art, which the viewer's mind blends together to create the final image.
For the second of their run of six curated shows, The TAX Collection and Guy Hepner present 'Be Still', a solo exhibition by Loribelle Spirovski. 'Be Still' is a collection of Spirovski's' latest body of work exploring how the concept of 'space' interacts with an occupant and the conversation that exists between a figure and the space around them.
The first of six exhibitions crafted by The TAX Collection for their curatorial residency with Guy Hepner, 'KINK' is a collection of Ben Evan's latest work exploring the interactions between solitude, independence, and the spaces we inhabit.
Inspired by the Condo Model of inter-gallery collaborations, The TAX Collection collaborates with Fort Works Art to launch NEW POP - a group exhibition analyzing the current state of Pop Art with some of today's most forward thinking visual artists.
The TAX Collection and Guy Hepner open 'IDENTITY', a solo exhibition by Sage Barnes in New York City. 'Identity' seeks to explore the human condition as we navigate through our own personal narratives and the world that's continuously moving around us.
The TAX Collection and Meir Art Gallery open 'A Loss of Innocence' - the Antwerp Edition of the solo exhibition by John Paul Fauves. 'A Loss Of Innocence' explores our own humanity as we mature, become increasingly desensitized, and ultimately grow farther away from our incorruptibility as children
Presented by Guy Hepner and The TAX Collection, LURE is a one-of-a-kind collaborative exhibition by renowned visual artists Dan Lam and John Foster. This dual exhibit seeks to pair unlikely combinations of textures and aesthetics, resulting in visually stunning pieces that are cementing a place for themselves in today’s contemporary art scene.
In collaboration with JPlus Boutique Hotels, The TAX Collection presents Phantasmagoria, a solo exhibition by Chloe Bennett. Showcasing a collection of pop art visual artifacts, Bennett explores the glorification of mundane pedestrian objects.
In conjunction with Guy Hepner and The TAX Collection, John Paul Fauves presents his solo exhibition 'A Loss Of Innocence'. 'A Loss Of Innocence' explores our own humanity as we mature, become increasingly desensitized, and ultimately grow farther away from our incorruptibility as children