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Matthew Rachman Gallery features a carefully curated collection of Mid Century Modern furniture and contemporary art. Exhibitions are held regularly and our collection of rare vintage finds and curiosities changes constantly. The gallery is also available for event rental for philanthropic and private functions.

 

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The Chip

Garrett Nutgrass

Matthew Rachman Gallery is pleased to announce its next exhibition, “The Chip”, featuring paintings by Hannah Perry Saucier. The Gallery will host an opening reception with the artist in attendance. How does the space of the mind change as we accumulate new experiences? As human beings, we are always collecting information and shifting our minds to fit the new while retaining the old. How we recall our memories often distorts over time. Hannah Perry Saucier’s work presented in “The Chip” visually represents the organization of inner worlds and explores how the mind adjusts itself as we adapt and change. The exhibition will run July 28 - September 17.  

Matthew Rachman Gallery is pleased to announce its next exhibition, “The Chip”, featuring paintings by Hannah Perry Saucier. The Gallery will host an opening reception with the artist in attendance.

How does the space of the mind change as we accumulate new experiences? As human beings, we are always collecting information and shifting our minds to fit the new while retaining the old. How we recall our memories often distorts over time. Hannah Perry Saucier’s work presented in “The Chip” visually represents the organization of inner worlds and explores how the mind adjusts itself as we adapt and change.

The exhibition will run July 28 - September 17.

 

Hannah Perry Saucier, “The Wiggle World (The World is Wiggly),” 2015, oil on canvas (framed) About Hannah Perry Saucier: Hannah Perry Saucier was born and raised in Brunswick, Maine, a small town on the eastern coast of the United States. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has studied in Istanbul, Turkey (Hisar Egitim Vakfi, 2008-2009), Pretoria, South Africa (The University of Pretoria, 2012), Saugatuck, Michigan (Ox-bow School of Art, 2013), and furthered her work in Bangkok, Thailand. In addition to her painting practice, she creates sculptural works in glass, mosaic, and frames all of her paintings by hand in wood. She is currently based in Barcelona, Spain, working out of her studio at Bien Cuadrado and studying at La Escola Massana.

Hannah Perry Saucier, “The Wiggle World (The World is Wiggly),” 2015, oil on canvas (framed)

About Hannah Perry Saucier: Hannah Perry Saucier was born and raised in Brunswick, Maine, a small town on the eastern coast of the United States. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has studied in Istanbul, Turkey (Hisar Egitim Vakfi, 2008-2009), Pretoria, South Africa (The University of Pretoria, 2012), Saugatuck, Michigan (Ox-bow School of Art, 2013), and furthered her work in Bangkok, Thailand. In addition to her painting practice, she creates sculptural works in glass, mosaic, and frames all of her paintings by hand in wood. She is currently based in Barcelona, Spain, working out of her studio at Bien Cuadrado and studying at La Escola Massana.

Left: Hannah Perry Saucier, “Untitled,” 2016, acrylic + oil on canvas (framed) Right: Hannah Perry Saucier, “Current of Niangua,” 2015, acrylic on canvas (framed)

Left: Hannah Perry Saucier, “Untitled,” 2016, acrylic + oil on canvas (framed)

Right: Hannah Perry Saucier, “Current of Niangua,” 2015, acrylic on canvas (framed)