Featured in // THIS WEEK WITH // is a series of paintings by Kyle Utter from the exhibition Separated as though by a Pane of Glass curated by Clare Kambhu.
"More information does not always lead us closer to the truth. Kyle Utter’s fantastical, representational paintings are saturated with pictorial information, references to art history, popular culture and pictorial signs. Yet these elements do not congeal into a coherent single truth, statement, or narrative. The ideal of the suburban Mid-Century American house becomes a sight of visual fracture and unease as it is appropriated to the ends of resuscitating fascism, clinging to the leg of the patriarch as he staves off a non-existent foe." - Clare Kambhu, curator
Artist Bio: Kyle Utter is a painter who lives and maintains a studio practice in Queens, NY. He was born in 1988 and moved to Brooklyn in 2007 to attend Pratt Institute where he received a BFA in 2011. In 2018, he received an MFA from Hunter College. In 2018 he traveled to Italy using a Kossak Painting Program grant. He has been included in group shows in NYC at 1969 Gallery and The Hole. He is currently a Bronx Museum AIM fellow. In 2021 he will attend a residency at Blue Mountain Center as the Boren Chertkov fellow.
Curator Bio: Clare Kambhu is an artist and curator based in New York City. She received her MFA from Yale School of Art. She holds a BFA in Studio Art and an MA in Art Education from New York University. She has taught summer courses at NYU and in the Yale Prison Education Initiative. She recently participated in the Art & Law Program and Bronx Museum AIM fellowship. She is the recipient of an upcoming apexart Travel Fellowship.
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