Winter Archive

January 23 to February 10, 2019

The first few weeks of a new year can sometimes feel like a jumble. One looks back on the accomplishments from the previous year and evaluates tasks left undone, all while dreaming of and making plans for the future. The days are short while nights are dark and long. Equal parts stasis, uncertainty, optimism and reflection. This time of year I find myself digging around in personal collections—my books, old photos, art works. For what? Answers, a sense of meaning, new relationships? I think something like this is at play in this year’s installment of Winter Archive. It features works by Austin Eddy, John Kayser, Avantika Bawa, Matthew Craven, Jordan Sullivan, Clayton Cotterell, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Mark Mulroney and Erin O’Keefe. Disparate works pulled from previous exhibitions and book projects, all placed in a new context, a new conversation—new ground on which to start a new year.

Jason Silva
3-9-17, 2017
Graphite in paper
10 x 7 in.
Inquire >

Three Ducks Carry One Man with a Mustache and Frilly Pants on Their Backs While They Sail Away During the Day, 2018
Flashe, acrylic and paper collage on paper
26 x 20 in.
Inquire >


Matthew Craven
Horns, 2018
Ink and found image on found paper
12 1/2 x 9 in.
Inquire >


Mark Mulroney
Untitled (11), 2015
Carbon transfer on paper
10 x 8 in.
Inquire >


Jordan Sullivan
Island 22, 2017
24 x 24 in.
Edition of 7
Inquire >


Avantika Bawa
Coliseum 04, 2018
Graphite on paper
30 1/8 x 20 in.
Inquire >


Christoph Ruckhäberle
Untitled (Folk Art Factory No. 5), 2017
Multicolored linocut on paper
39 1/4 x 27 1/2 in.
Edition of 100
Inquire >


Erin O’Keefe
Things As They Are #39, 2016 
Archival pigment print
20 x 16 in.
Edition 2 of 3
Inquire >


John Kayser
Untitled, 1970s
3 1/2 x 5 in.
Inquire >


Clayton Cotterell
Untitled, 2017
Archival pigment print
21 x 5 in.
Edition of 3
Inquire >


© 2019 Listed Artists and Ampersand. All Rights Reserved.