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Join us Saturday, December 16, for a conversation between artist Erik Lindman and the artist and writer Joe Fyfe on the occasion of Lindman’s current exhibition at the gallery, Helian, as well as the publication of Peter Blum Edition catalogue Erik Lindman: Recent Paintings.

Saturday, December 16
1 PM
New York | 176 Grand Street

Due to limited seating, please RSVP using the button below.


Erik Lindman's artistic practice is defined by his innovative use of found materials such as shards of steel or canvas webbing as central elements in his paintings, allowing the built-up surface to direct the development of the work. In addition to his paintings, Lindman explores his fascination with materials and form through sculpture and work on paper. His sculptures investigate a sequential series of viewpoints, each dissimilar and separate from the next, providing a three-dimensional counterpart to the layered surfaces of his paintings. Similarly, his works on paper—often drawings of negative space between things that he encounters such as clouds or leaves—serve as an extension of his painting practice where he experiments with light and composition in a more improvisatory manner. In total, Lindman’s open-ended oeuvre invites viewers to both question and reaffirm the distinct possibilities of abstraction for his own generation.

Helian is Lindman's second solo exhibition with the gallery and will be on view at 176 Grand Street, New York through January 20, 2024.

Click here to explore our online viewing room for the exhibition.

Click here for more information about the publication Erik Lindman: Recent Paintings.

Joe Fyfe has shown internationally throughout the last three decades. Recent solo exhibitions include Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne; Ceysson & Benetiere, Luxembourg and Nathalie Karg Gallery NYC. Fyfe has written reviews and essays for Artforum, Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Tablet, Hyperallergic, Modern Matter, Kilimanjaro and BOMB as well as numerous catalog essays. He was awarded the Rabkin Foundation Prize for art journalism in 2022.

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