Many Moons 10
DIMENSIONS 26 x 22 in (66.04 x 55.88 cm) MEDIUM Acryla gouache on Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper
Hand-embellished series of 15 + 3APs + 2PPs, 2022
Signed and numbered by the artist on front
ABOUT THE WORK
Did Charles Burchfield anticipate Suzanne Simard? By bringing up to the moment research about how trees communicate and care for one another via mycorrhizal networks to the history of American landscape painting—and acknowledging the digital visual vocabularies of her childhood—Madeleine Bialke creates both a personal and resonant “twilight haze.”
Of Many Moons, Bialke writes:
“A small sapling stands in front of a large old tree trunk. They reference Mars and its moon Phonos, and some of the other moons that orbit Mars. I was thinking about connectivity, and how we are all in each other's orbits, but also family— the young progeny next to a giant parent. A glow comes from an external source, raining down on the trunk to hit the young tree. The title, Many Moons, also references the time it will take for the young tree to loom as large as its parent.”
Madeleine Bialke (b. 1991; Elmira, NY) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Solo shows include a forthcoming exhibition at Newchild Gallery in Antwerp, BE (December, 2022); Steve Turner in Los Angeles, CA, 2022; Huxley-Parlour Gallery in London, UK, 2021; Taymour Grahne Projects, London, UK (online) 2021; Deanna Evans Projects, New York, NY, 2019; and Harper’s, East Hampton, 2019. Group exhibitions include Berkshire Botanic Gardens, MA; CICA Vancouver, BE; Taymour Grahne Projects, London, UK; Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY; Dinner Gallery, New York, NY; Newchild Gallery, Antwerp, BE; Olympia, New York, NY; and Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York, NY. Her work has been featured in The Brooklyn Rail, Artsy, New American Paintings, The Boston Globe, The Washington Square Review, and n+1 online. She received her MFA from Boston University in 2016 and her BFA from Plattsburgh State University of New York in 2013. She is represented by Newchild Gallery in Antwerp, Belgium.
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