Mark Dagley “Neo-Op”

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Mark Dagley Neo-Op

Mark Dagley “Neo-Op” opening reception at David Richard Gallery

Hosted by David Richard Gallery

Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 3 PM – 7 PM

David Richard Gallery 211 E 121st St, New York, New York 10035

David Richard Gallery is pleased to present Neo-Op, an exhibition by Mark Dagley featuring a comprehensive body of work begun in 1994, with several new canvases finished as recently as February of 2019. This work emerged out of Dagley’s systematic approach to structure using a specific set of material constraints and limitations on color. The results include multiple series in two and three dimensions: paintings, sculpture and works on paper using simple motifs of geometric progression, linear interplay, concentric organic forms and chain-linked lozenges.

The presentation will be on view from March 3 through 31, 2019 with an opening reception Sunday, March 3 from 3:00 to 7:00 PM

Solo Exhibitions
2017 Spencer Brownstone Gallery, Radical Structures, New York, NY
2013 Silvermann, Recent Paintings, Jersey City, NJ
2012 Minus Space, Structural Solutions
Kent Place Gallery, 35 Year Overview, Summit, NJ
2008 Minus Space, Shaped Canvas, Selected work from 1987, Brooklyn NY {catalogue published}
2005 Up & Co, New York, NY, Works on Paper {catalogue published}
2004 Abaton Garage, Jersey City, NJ
1997 Galerie Hans Strelow, Dusseldorf, Germany
Galerie Traude Nake, Nuremberg, Germany
1996 Earl McGrath Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Buades-Quintana Gallery, Madrid, Spain
Galeria Leyendecker, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Galeria Mar Estrada, Monochrome Paintings, Majorca, Spain
1993 Kunstverein St. Gallen, St.Gallen, Switzerland, Radical Structures {Brochure & print edition published}
1992 Buro Reiner Opoku, Cologne, Germany, Works on Paper
Galeria Mar Estrada, Estructuras Radicales, Madrid, Spain
Galerie Hans Strelow, Dusseldorf, Germany
Ausstellungsraum Zellweger, Radical Structures, Basel, Switzerland
1991 Stephanie Theodore Gallery, New York, NY
Galeria Prozincia, Zaragoza, Spain
1990 Galeria Mar Estrada, Madrid, Spain Shape, Notch, Cut
Galeria Swart, Amsterdam, Holland “Cut Paintings”
1989 Galeria Hans Strelow, Dusseldorf, Germany,
Galeria Chisel, Genoa, Italy {Catalogue Published}
1988 Galeria Swart, Amsterdam Holland {Catalogue Published}
Galeria Mar Estrada, Madrid, Spain “Descripitions on Samenessness” {Catalogue published}
1987 Galeria Leyendecker, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York {Brochure & Poster Published}

Bio

Mark Dagley (b. 1957, Washington D.C.) is a visual artist who studied painting and sculpture at the Corcoran School of Art, and painting, video and electronic music at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. He currently studies classical guitar privately and Music Theory in the evening division at The Juilliard School.
 
Dagley has exhibited his work internationally for the past three decades, including in North America, Europe, and Australasia. During the 1980s, he was active in the East Village abstract painting scene and showed alongside other pioneering abstract painters, including Barry X Ball, Max Gimblett, Olivier Mosset, James Nares, Stephen Parrino, Li Trincere, and Alan Uglow, among many others. His first solo exhibition took place in 1987, at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York City.

In 1993 Dagley had his first Museum exhibition at the Kunstverein St. Gallen, Switzerland. In the same year, he received his first major commission from Hoffman/LaRoche Pharmaceuticals: two wall reliefs, nine-foot square, which were installed in their new office building outside of Basel. His work was included in the groundbreaking group exhibition Post-Hypnotic, which traveled throughout the United States from 1999-2001. His work Concentric Sequence (1996) was featured on the cover of the exhibition catalog.

During his career, Dagley has worked with a number of influential galleries worldwide, including Tony Shafrazi Gallery (NYC), Galerie Hans Strelow (Dusseldorf, Germany), Galeria Mar Estrada (Madrid, Spain), and Galerie Swart (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). More recently he has exhibited his work at Anna Kustera Gallery (NYC), The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts (Long Branch, NJ), The Suburban (Chicago, IL), Daniel Weinberg Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Instituto de Artes Graficas (Oaxaca, Mexico), ParisCONCRET (Paris, France), Galeria Leyendecker (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain), and Musee des beaux-arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds (La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland).

His work can be found in the collections of the Cafritz Foundation, Collection Doberman, Oppenheim & Co, R.H. Peterson, University of Michigan Museum of Art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, the Musée des Beaux Arts La Chaud de Fonds, Credit-Suisse, Hoffman/LaRoche, Henkel GmbH, EMI Madrid, Bloomingdales Corporation, Museo de Arte ContemporaneodeBuenos Airesand Muzeum umění Olomouc, Czech Republic. 

His most recent exhibitions were at, Spencer Brownstone Gallery (2017), MACBA (2015), GalerieCaesar(2015), The Museum of Geometric & Madi Art (2013), Kent Place Gallery (2012), Minus Space (2012)