31 July 2009

ROY NACHUM new blog & recent Paris show

Upcoming exhibiting CERASOLI gallery artist ROY NACHUM has a new blog site; www.roynachum.com/blog

Its bulging with news articles, including this one featuring Pherrell Williams standing in front of one of Roy's Paintings at the Hot Vegas restaurant TAO.

Roy Nachum’s recent exhibition in Paris @ Galerie Adler attracts the beautiful people.

JENNIFER DAVIS recent news

We are very excited to announce that Jennifer Davis has been invited to exhibit her work at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in their beautiful MAEP (Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program) gallery.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Jennifer Davis Beholder, 2008,
acrylic & graphite on panel, 31x24"
view more available art works here+

THERESA SAPERGIA upcoming shows & news

Cerasoli Gallery Artist THERESA SAPERGIA just sent us news that she will be participating in this years Vancouver's first drawing festival. www.drawnfestival.ca

She also will be giving a talk at the Two River Gallery on August 20th at 7.30pm

THERESA SAPERGIA "I Like Canada and Canada Likes Me"
August 21 - November 8, 2009
@ Two Rivers Gallery

Sapergia, Untitled (detail of preparatory sketch),
2008. Graphite on paper.

THERESA SAPERGIA forth coming CERASOLI gallery Solo Exhibition "Canada Day"
opens November 21, 2009
view more available here+

28 July 2009


"Whos Super Now?" Meggs current Exhibition 'Crime & Charity' receives a great review in the LA WEEKLY.

08 July 2009

China Mike 'Luchahuahua' No.2', 2009,
Acrylic & spray paint on canvas, 24x30"

03 July 2009


One of Australia’s pioneering street to gallery artists, MEGGS 'Crime & Charity’ will be on view in Gallery two. Opens July 11, 2009, and remains on view through August 1, 2009.

Pop culture references tinged with nostalgia for childhood heroes and villains, Meggs’ eclectic works explore the notion of duality and the on-going question of morals, rights and authorities. Reflecting on personal experience, Meggs produces energetic depictions of heroes, villains, and subverted collages of pop culture symbology. In ‘Toy Boy’ a cartoon mouse implodes with the pent up energy of a marble furiously swirled inside a can of spray paint. In ‘Love, Hate’ comic book word bubbles declare ‘It’s happened ! The time has come !’ as fists pound through bloodied layers of amputated imagery in an unholy alliance of Pop and abstract expressionism. Meggs’ work has been exhibited internationally and is included in the National Gallery of Australia’s permanent collection.

Meggs 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind'
mixed media on ply wood

Meggs 'Time to Grow Up'
mixed media on Canvas

Please contact the gallery for preview list :contact@cerasoligallery.com