NADA + Art Cologne
Stand A-030, Hall 11.3
Preview, by special invitation:
Wednesday, April 15, 4–8 PM
Open to the Public:
Thursday, April 16, 12–8 PM
Friday, April 17, 12–8 PM
Saturday, April 18, 12–8 PM
Sunday, April 19, 12–6 PM
For immediate release
Rawson Projects is very excited to announce its participation in COLLABORATIONS, an invitational sector at Art Cologne from April 16–19.
The COLLABORATIONS section, newly established in 2014 and jointly organized by Art Cologne and NADA, aims to highlight artistic parallels across programs, generations, and national borders with a series of presentations that share collaboration as a starting point.
Rawson Projects (New York) and The Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center (Tallin) are teaming up to present two artists focused on abstraction, Sam Martineau and Katrin Koskaru.
To preview Sam Martineau’s works at the fair click here.
Running concurrently with Rawson Projects’ presentation at Art Cologne, the gallery has its third solo exhibition with Sam Martineau on view through May 3rd.
Sam Martineau was born in 1973 in Springfield, Ohio. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Selected one-person exhibitions include Fair Touching, CCAD, Columbus, OH and Rawson Projects, Brooklyn, New York; Radio 9, Arts Collinwood, Cleveland, OH 2012; Fingers in the Sun, Rawson Projects, Brooklyn, New York 2010; Paintings/Collages, StudioMiko, Brooklyn, New York 2009; Slip Down Easy, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, New York 2005. Selected group shows include My Crippled Friend, CCAD, Columbus, OH, Dream Material, Dress Shop, Brooklyn, New York 2014; People Who Work Here, David Zwirner, New York; Less is More, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, Long Island City, New York, 2012; A Lettuce Slaughter In The Woods, Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn, New York 2010; Outside The Time Zone, Camel Art Space, Brooklyn, New York 2009; Solid Green, David Krut Projects, New York; New York, New York’s Finest, Canada, New York, New York 2005.