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  Madeleine Bialke, Marriage Plot, 36 in x 40 in, oil on canvas, 2020
 
       

Fiona Buchanan

Fiona Buchanan, The Limits Of Disguise, 28x24”, Oil on Canvas, 2020
   
       

GREENPOINT TERMINAL GALLERY
67 West St. #320
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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FAKE LIGHT
Madeleine Bialke
Fiona Buchanan

January 16 – February 21

Open by appointment

Instagram Live Q+A: 7 PM Tuesday, January 19

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery is pleased to present Fake Light, paintings by Madeleine Bialke and Fiona Buchanan. Fake Light investigates a history of landscape that exists alongside reality—a fatal image of a quiet country bereft of people and abundance. Trees, stumps, cat-tails and oddities litter an oft-sterile plane, an environment suffering from mismanagement and resource plundering. Investigating overlapping concerns, both Bialke’s and Buchanan’s works feature unlikely light sources that suggest the lonely perspectives of the players in this weird nature. The American landscape, staged in this way, is both dismally empty yet full of an absurd, unexpected and often humorous life.

Madeleine Bialke lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Recent solo exhibitions include Visions West Contemporary; Denver, CO, Davis Originals; Taos, AR (online), Deanna Evans Projects; New York, NY, and Harper's; East Hampton, NY. Group shows include Asya Geisberg; New York, NY, two-person show at SPRING/BREAK Art Show; New York, NY, and two-person show at Greene House; Brooklyn, NY. She has curated shows for Olympia at SPRING/BREAK Art show and Vacation; New York, NY.  Her work has been featured in New American Paintings, The Boston Globe, and Elephant.art, and mentioned in n+1 online and artnet News. She received her MFA from Boston University in 2016, and her BFA from Plattsburgh State University of New York in 2013.

Fiona Buchanan was born in Swampscott, Massachusetts and received a BFA in painting from Boston University. She has participated in residencies such as the Yale Norfolk summer school of art in Norfolk, Connecticut, the Wassaic Project Residency Program in Wassaic, New York and the Jentel Artist Residency in Banner, Wyoming among others. Buchanan has shown at PAGE (NYC) in New York, Vacation gallery in New York, Underdonk in Brooklyn, Spring Break Art Show as well as Sluice Art Fair in London. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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