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500A West 21st Street, NY 10011, New York, United States
Open: Tue-Sat 10am-6pm


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Sat 13 Apr 2024 to Sat 1 Jun 2024

500A West 21st Street, NY 10011 Fire and Earth

Tue-Sat 10am-6pm

Artists: Nicola Bolla - Nessim Bassan - Valerie Hird - Hugo Bastidas - Carol K. Brown - David Hockney - Julio Larraz - Jim Hodges - Louisa Chase - Lika Mutal - Silvio Merlino - Jorge Tacla - Adam Straus - Francisca Sutil

Nohra Haime Gallery presents FIRE AND EARTH.

Installation Views

"Fire and Earth" presents a profound journey into the captivating beauty of landscapes, juxtaposed against the backdrop of climate disorder. Through a collection of evocative artworks, this exhibition invites contemplation on the resilience and fragility of our natural world. From Hockney’s, Hodges’ Bastidas and Hird landscapes to Sutil, Staus, Merlino and Taclas’.

The artworks showcased in "Fire and Earth" offer diverse perspectives on the intersection of landscape beauty and climate disarray. From serene vistas to turbulent terrains, each piece tells a unique story of our planet's complex relationship with environmental change.

As visitors traverse the exhibition space, they encounter scenes of tranquil countryside depicted with intricate detail, serving as a reminder of nature's enduring charm. Yet, woven within these serene landscapes are subtle reminders of the challenges posed by climate disruption – from subtle shifts in hues to more overt depictions of environmental tumult.

"Fire and Earth" encourages viewers to confront the reality of climate disorder while also celebrating the inherent beauty of our planet's landscapes. Through the lens of art, we are invited to reflect on the urgency of environmental stewardship and the imperative to protect and preserve the natural wonders that surround us.

Artists in the exhibition include Nicola Bolla, Nessim Bassan, Valerie Hird, Hugo Bastidas, Carol K. Brown, David Hockney Julio Larraz, Jim Hodges, Louisa Chase, Lika Mutal, Silvio Merlino, Jorge Tacla, Adam Straus, and Francisca Sutil.

By engaging with the works on display, visitors are prompted to consider their own role in shaping the future of our planet. "Fire and Earth" is not just an exhibition; it is a call to action, inspiring us to embrace our collective responsibility to safeguard the beauty of our landscape for generations to come.

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