2 X 3 X 10: MARSHA COTTRELL, MATT HARLE, JAMES SHEEHAN, examines two works made ten years apart by each of these three mid-career artists. “Marsha, Matt and James are some of the first people I met when I moved to New York over 10 years ago. There’s something about “intimacy” in this show—it exists between these artists and within (and between) their works. The work suggests a language just beyond the viewer’s reach. One that is simultaneously infinite and intimate in scope and one that continues to resonate.”–Charles Goldman
Marsha Cottrell has exhibited solo in New York and Paris and been included in group exhibitions at the Tang Teaching Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Cottrell has received awards from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, the N. Y. Foundation for the Arts, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
Matt Harle has exhibited widely, including “Linked” at Heskin Contemporary in New York City and “The Medium is the Message” at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. His upcoming exhibitions include “Silent as Glue” at The Oakville Galleries in Toronto. Harle is the recipient of Guggenheim and Pollock-Krasner grants.
James Sheehan has had solo shows in New York, Zurich and Montreal. Selected group shows include “181st Annual: An Invitational” The National Academy of Design Museum, NY, “Working in Brooklyn” at the Brooklyn Museum, “Ehrenshal” at the Haus der Kunst Museum in Munich, Germany, “Painting as Paradox” at Artists Space in New York City. He has received numerous awards, grants and residencies, including NYFA, Pollock-Krasner. Charles Goldman multifaceted practice explores the cyclical nature of life and the standardized units used in its measurement. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally. His work is included in public and private collections.