In contrast to the DAMIEN HIRST show, at Gagosian, this show of
TIM GARDNER’s new work at 303, reveals a keen and intelligent
grip on the “photographic” aesthetic. Since this aesthetic is the
dominant reference in ‘today’s art world, Tim’s show is a must see
for anybody interested in the contemporary dialogue. His technical
ability is complimented by his sincerity.
TIM GARDNER, April 15 – May 28, 2005
(above image is a detail, scanned from the show’s card)
(this posting was originally posted on the artloversnewyork
home page, by SIMON CERIGO, in April 2005.)
TIM GARDNER, at his opening, April 15, 2005, at 303 Gallery, NYC
photo: Nancy Smith
TIM GARDNER, the card for his show. The image is: ‘Untitled (Family Portrait 1)’
2005, pastel on gessoed paper mounted on canvas.