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East Hampton-Based Gallery Highlighting Reflective Properties

Ali Friedlander

"Reflection of You" by Jen Stark. (Courtesy Photo)

The Eric Firestone Gallery will be welcoming patrons to a new exhibition this July, at the introductory reflection of the innovative show entitled MirrorMirror. The exhibition will be a group viewing, with pieces focused on the nature of reflective surfaces, the quality of reflections, and double images.

The opening reception will take place on Friday, July 15th, at the East Hampton-based gallery from 6 to 9 p/m. The exhibition is inspired by the "magic space that has dominated art and art theory of this century and last." The pieces will focus on the ways in which mirrors distort edges and realities, providing alternate realities for the world it reflect. It has been described as "A show for the finish fetish enthusiast," said gallery namesake, Eric Firestone.

The exhibition will be a group viewing, with pieces focused on the nature of reflective surfaces, the quality of reflections, and double images. (Courtesy Photo)


MirrorMirror will feature works by Slater Bradley, Sarah Braman, Sebastian Errazuriz, Rogan Gregory, Sven Lukin, Ryan Metke, Josh Reames, Miriam Schapiro, Adam Parker Smith, Mimi Smith, Mia Fonssagrives-Solow, Jen Stark, Letha Wilson, and Rob Wynne. Each artist will be exhibiting their take on the world of mirrors, using reflections of color, light, shapes, and others.

The exhibition will run from its opening on Friday, July 15th, through Thursday, August 4th.

Eric Firestone Gallery is located at 4 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. For more information, call 631-604-2386 or visit www.ericfirestonegallery.com.




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