Inside-Out

Dan Asher, Margaret Neumann, William Stockman

Dan Asher
Margaret Neumann
William Stockman

February 27 — April 05, 2014

Opening Reception
Thursday, February 27 / 6pm-8pm

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<p><span class="name">William Stockman</span><br><em>Untitled</em><span class='media'>charcoal on paper</span>30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed<br>33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)<br>2014<br><a class='inquire' href='mailto:info@gildargallery.com?subject=Artwork Inquiry WSTO0012&body=I am interested in finding out more about Untitled by William Stockman'>Inquire</a></p>
<p><span class="name">William Stockman</span><br><em>Untitled</em><span class='media'>charcoal on paper</span>30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed<br>33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)<br>2014<br><a class='inquire' href='mailto:info@gildargallery.com?subject=Artwork Inquiry WSTO0013&body=I am interested in finding out more about Untitled by William Stockman'>Inquire</a></p>
<p><span class="name">William Stockman</span><br><em>Target</em><span class='media'>oil on canvas</span>68 x 82 in (172.7 x 208.3 cm)<br>2007<br><a class='inquire' href='mailto:info@gildargallery.com?subject=Artwork Inquiry WSTO0014&body=I am interested in finding out more about Target by William Stockman'>Inquire</a></p>
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William Stockman
Untitledcharcoal on paper30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed
33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)
2014
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William Stockman
Untitledcharcoal on paper30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed
33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)
2014
Inquire

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William Stockman
Targetoil on canvas68 x 82 in (172.7 x 208.3 cm)
2007
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In the exhibition Inside-Out early work by renowned New York artist Dan Asher (1947-2010) is presented beside contemporary works by established Colorado artists Margaret Neumann and William Stockman. The term "inside-out" is a paradox, a fusion of dichotomies, but also infers an action or movement: the unseen is exposed; secrets are brought to light; the insides are laid bare. This process can be therapeutic, traumatic, revelatory, accidental, liberating, exposing, and more. In the context of this exhibition, the term functions as a pun, taking on layered meaning. Much like the pantheistic universe of the Greeks, art can reflect the human psyche - the workings of the mind are dramatized in a rarified form. In addition, the role of the artist in society - as visionary, commentator, investigator, provocateur - can lead to a societal position on the periphery, a place of solitude and reflection wherein the artist walks the line between the exterior world and their own interior life. These artists are exploring in varying degrees themselves, human nature, and society, and producing artwork via these examinations which both share and diverge in content and aesthetic. A distinct intensity exudes from all the work, finding its source in process, release, and the image.

Selected Works

  • William Stockman
    Untitledcharcoal on paper30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed
    33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)
    2014
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  • William Stockman
    Untitledcharcoal on paper30 x 37.5 in (76.2 x 95.3 cm) unframed
    33 x 41 in (83.8 x 104.1 cm) framed (framed)
    2014
    Inquire

  • William Stockman
    Targetoil on canvas68 x 82 in (172.7 x 208.3 cm)
    2007
    Inquire