REVERBERATIONS – Contemporary Abstractions

About: Reverberations: Contemporary Abstractions
Able Fine Art Gallery is proud to present Adel Gorgy, Miyako Aoki, and Marsha Solomon in Reverberations: Contemporary Abstractions from September 10-23, 2014. This will be the first opportunity for audiences in Seoul to see the work of these three accomplished international artists together.
Each possesses a unique vision and voice. Yet, when seen together, it is clear that the voices speak to one another. There is a sense of accord, through the shared language of abstraction. A musical note, a drop of water, a memory – all of these are sources and expressions of reverberations. Reverberations can be direct and clearly traced or may dwell in the realm of mystery.
Three artists, working separately, have created distinct bodies of work that reverberate in unexpected ways. Adel Gorgy, from New York, creates intricate contemporary abstractions that intentionally blur the boundaries between photography and painting. Miyako Aoki works aluminum surfaces in dense but bright colors that transform the metal into an elegantly minimalistic painted surface. Marsha Solomon’s ethereal acrylic paintings infuse her canvases with color and texture, but also with a sense of harmony and repose.





“Immagine & Poesia” at St. Paul de Vence (France): Fondation Maeght (Bibliotèque)

Fondation Maeght st.Paul vence

The books “Immagine & Poesia – The Movement in Progress” by LIDIA CHIARELLI and “Thirteen ” by KRZYSZTOF OGONOWSKI have been delivered to the LIBRARY of “LA FONDATION MAEGHT” – Saint Paul de Vence, France and they are now archived in the Library collection.



Cover-pub   Download the 1st volume of IMMAGINE & POESIA E BOOK

From a project by Huguette Bertrand, Québec  –   Canada
Poets (English)   Barkan Clarke , Mia (U.S.A.) Barkan, Stanley H. (U.S.A) Bar-Lev, Helen (Israël) Chiarelli, Lidia (Italy) Crabtree, Sally (U.K) Galetto, Federica (Italy) Kleefeld, Carolyn Mary (U.S.A.) Krivohizina, Nadezda (Latvia) Miranda, Alejandra (Argentina) Ó Cárthaigh, Tomás (Ireland) Pecigoš, Boris (Croatia) Ragone, Raffaele (Italy) Solomon, Marsha (U.S.A) Simon, Johnmichael (Israël) Thabit Jones, Peter (U.K.) Yuan, Changming (Canada) ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Poètes (Français)   Benjelloun, Abdelmajid (Maroc) Bertrand, Huguette (Canada) Boughareb, Makhlouf (Algérie) Brogniet, Eric (Belgique) Cabot, Thierry (France) Codazza, Cristina (Italie) Delage, Bernadette (France) Doyon, Paule (Canada) Gavard-Perret, Jean-Paul (France) Girard, Dominique (Canada) Lavit, Claudine (Maroc) Okoumba, Dany (Gabon) Podnar, Élis (Canada) Rey, Luc-André (Suisse) Shriqui Garain, Astrid (France) Timol, Umar (Ile Maurice)
Algérie – Algeria
Angleterre – U.K.
Argentine – Argentina
Belgique – Belgium
Brésil – Brazil
Cameroun – Cameroon
Canada – Canada
Corée du sud – South Korea
Croatie – Croatia
États-Unis – U.S.A.
France – France
Gabon – Gabon
Ile Maurice – Mauritius Island
Inde – India
Irlande – Ireland
Israël – Israël
Italie – Italy
Japon – Japan
Lettonie – Latvia
Malte – Malta Island
Maroc – Morocco
Suisse – Swizerland

“Roxy” painting by Bebe Barkan, New York – “Spring” poem by Mia Barkan Clarke, New York

ROXY by Bebe Barkan                                                                (copyright Bebe Barkan, NY)





Kissed with lilacs

the air,


pungent fresh-cut grass

between my toes




inner children

to go out

and play




© Mia Barkan Clarke, 2009 (From Tea with Nana, CCC)