2021 Season Preview & Highlights

The Schoolhouse Gallery is well known for presenting the finest in collaboration and new thought in our Provincetown gallery space and at a variety of fairs and outside exhibition projects.

We represent a roster of over 50 artists while maintaining a large inventory of related works. We produce a rigorous annual exhibition schedule designed to connect clients and visitors directly with our artist’s studios and to provide access to new and interesting ideas about contemporary art-making.

We are pleased in this our 24th year to continue to offer a rich program of painting, photography, sculpture, and alternative material.  Here is a preview of our  2021 season…

SPECIAL FOR 2021 SEASON

ELISE ANSEL

 

August 13 – September 1, 2021

 

Elise Ansel was born and raised in New York City. She currently lives in Portland, Maine. Ansel received a BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University in 1984. While at Brown, she studied art at both Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design. She worked briefly in the film industry before deciding to make painting her first order medium. She earned her MFA in Visual Art from Southern Methodist University in 1993. Ansel has exhibited her work throughout the United States and in Europe. Her works are held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and the Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences. She is represented by Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City, Carol Corey Fine Art in Kent, Connecticut, Ellsworth Gallery in Santa Fe, and Cadogan Contemporary in London.

HAN FENG/ NEW WORK

 

August 13 – September 1, 2021

 

A celebrated fashion and costume designer, Han Feng began working in photography several years ago when colleagues and friends complimented her on her eye for the medium and challenged her to pick up a camera. A close friend, American photographer Lois Conner, helped her learn the fundamentals of the camera, and before long she was making landscapes in her hometown of Hangzhou, China. When the pandemic hit, she turned to combining meaningful and ephemeral objects from her kitchen and studio in New York. Conner as well as other artists and curator friends quickly noted that she had found her photographic voice.

The Gift , the title of the exhibition comes from her love of ceramics, cuisine, and photography. All the fruits and vegetables in the images were sourced from local specialty and farmers markets in New York City. The ceramic objects and sculptures used in her photographs are gifts from artists around the world as well as pieces from her private collection. “The earth gives us these beautiful even ordinary things,” she says referring to the food objects in her pictures. “I love to share them with friends, I really feel like they are a gift.” Intimate dinner parties she hosts at her studios in New York and Shanghai build on classic Chinese dishes often with an international fusion, much like her still life assemblages.

“During this strange period, I was looking at the many stones, rocks, sculptures, vases, and antiques I have collected from China and the U.S.,” said Han Feng recently. “I began to assemble them and create a small stage on a family table that’s over 100 years old. It was almost like making a Chinese soup with lots of ingredients. Other photographers, artists, curators, and friends were very positive about the work, and it really touched me and encouraged me to keep going. There is often a fragile moment where there is the chance that all the objects could fall down and sometimes during a shoot they would. There is a lot of surprise, fun and joy in the photographs.”

JENNIFER AMADEO-HOLL

 

July 23 – August 11, 2021

 

JENNIFER AMADEO-HOLL lives and works in Boston and has exhibited nationally and internationally, including in Sweden, Finland and Chile and a touring exhibit of South America and Asia. She has received a NEFA award, a NEFA -Benton award, a Trustman Fellowship, the Harvard-McCord Arts Prize, and a two-year Swedish Institute Fellowship. Her work is represented in public and private collections, including AFA Konstförening, Biogen, Cristal CCU, Fidelity, Excel, Harvard Management, The London School of Economics, Meditech, Oxfam, Svenska Institut, Swedish Television and Wechsler Ross NY. Jennifer has exhibited at the gallery since 2000.

THE SILENT SIDE OF A SHIVER:

PHOTOGRAPHS BY FRANCIS OLSCHAFSKIE

AT THE PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM

 

Curated by Breon Dunigan. The exhibition is on view JULY 23 – SEPTEMBER 19, 2021.

Ted Kincaid Fine Art Provincetown MA

TED KINCAID

July 23 – August 11

 

Ted Kincaid (b. Chattanooga, TN) received his BFA from Texas Tech University and his MFA from the University of Kentucky. Over the course of two decades, Kincaid has systematically subverted the association of photographs with truth through works that explore the play between painting and photography. Through various series, Kincaid walks the line between fact and fiction, constructing manufactured images that seem authentic while also creating photographic images that seem too fantastic to be plausible.  Kincaid is recognized in particular for his cloud series, and for the use of the tondo format.

Galleries and institutions throughout the United States have shown his work, including a recent solo exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens. Kincaid has also exhibited at the International Print Center of New York; the Savannah College of Art and Design; the San Antonio Museum of Art; and the Loyola University Art Gallery, New Orleans. Kincaid’s work is included in the permanent collections of many public and private organizations, including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Neiman Marcus Collection, American Airlines Coorporation, the Belo Corporation, the Microsoft Corporation, Pfizer, Inc, Reader’s Digest Corporate Collection, the City of Seattle, Washington, the U.S. State Department, and the Human Rights Campaign Headquarters, Washington, DC.

Sandra Ramos

 

SARAH HINCKLEY

July 2 – 21

 

SARAH HINCKLEY is a painter who lives and paints in Massachusetts. A thirteenth generation Cape Cod native, Sarah draws inspiration from beach, marsh and open sky, sourcing emotion and sampling the elements that surround her studio. Sarah received an MFA from Columbia University and BFA from Tufts University and Museum School of the Fine Arts Boston. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the United States with including solo exhibitions at Cape Cod Museum of Art, Littlejohn Contemporary Gallery, Cahoon Museum of American Art, and DM Contemporary Gallery.  Her paintings have been selected for the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies program and private and corporate collections including Charles Schwab, Four Seasons Hotels, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Mayo Clinic.

This is Sarah’s first exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition will consist of oil paintings on canvas and gouache and watercolor paintings on paper. Accompanying works are also available for viewing. 

 

Malicoat Schoolhouse Gallery

THE NY LUXURY DESIGN FAIR

WITH RICHARD SAJA

September 9 –12

2021 EXHIBITIONS

 

MAY 28 – JUNE 30

Mark Adams/ Jen Bradley/ LAUNCH F18 Selects/ Mike Sullivan

 

JULY 2 – 21

Antonia DaSilva/ Jefferson Hayman/ Sarah Hinckley/ Diana Horowitz/ Daniel Ranalli/ Dermot Meagher/

Linda Bond (Project)

 

JULY 23 – AUGUST 11

Jennifer Amadeo-Holl/ Ted Kincaid/Sarah Lutz/ Jeannie Motherwell/ Anna Poor

 

JULY 23 – SEPTEMBER 19

Francis Olschafskie @ PAAM

 

AUGUST 13 – SEPTEMBER 1

Elise Ansel/ Anne Beresford / Han Feng/ Kahn & Selesnick

 

SEPTEMBER 3 – 26

Mark Adams/ Breon Dunigan / Stephanie Sassoon/ Vicky Tomayko/ Rebecca Doughty

 

 

 

2020 EXHIBITIONS:

 

JUNE 5 – 27, 2020

 

Pompette ~ Including: Kahn & Selesnick/ Mark Adams/ Ramon Alcolea/ Bailey Bob Bailey/ Anne Beresford/ Jen Bradley/ Kathy Cotter/ Marty Davis/ Rebecca Doughty/ Breon Dunigan/ Damien Hoar de Galvan/ Elliott Green/ Jefferson Hayman/ Joel Janowitz/ Lynne Kortenhaus/ Sebastian Li/ Sarah Lutz/ Jeannie Motherwell/ Anna Poor/ Sandra Ramos/ Donald Traver/ Andre Van der Wende

 

JULY 3 – 19, 2020

 

Proximate  A group show of gallery artists with projects from Vicky Tomayko, Paul Stopforth, Lauren Ewing, Kahn & Selesnick, Frankie Rice

 

JULY 24 – AUGUST 10, 2020

 

Amy Arbus/ Breon Dunigan/ Lynne Kortenhaus/ Jeannie Motherwell

 

AUGUST 14 – 31, 2020

 

Mark Adams/ Rebecca Doughty/ Francis Olschafskie/ Ellen Rich/ Jason Rohlf/ Frankie Rice

 

SEPTEMBER 4 – OCTOBER 4, 2020

 

Ramon Alcolea/ Bailey Bob Bailey/ Sarah Lutz/ Dermot Meagher/ Richard Saja/ Simone Siegel

 

SEPTEMBER 18 – NOVEMBER 1, 2020

 

Kahn & Selesnick @ PAAM