The montage of faces and bodies in the painting titled, “Them,” by artist, Robert Padilla, depicts life in a manner that many people often ignore, and at times find intrusive. Padilla, with a compassionate eye, connects with his subjects and eloquently elevates the homeless with the dignity and grace that every human being deserves. A NEW HOME, is a new show that opens at Detour Gallery in Red Bank on November 30, at 6 pm. Patrons should pause for a moment to grasp the meaning of the expression, “There but for the grace of God go I,” and be humbled by it and to acknowledge it could be you, me or someone we love, whose life has spiraled away from them.
Life is wickedly funny, painfully serious, yet whimsical and if you’re blessed with longevity to see it come full circle, then it’s a miracle. The juxtaposition of hard and soft. Good and bad. Black and white, layered in a social commentary of wrong and right. Timely. This is what you will see when the show, From the Heart, featuring the work of artist, James Andrew Brown, opens at Detour Gallery on September 7, at 6 pm.
Detour was all abuzz at the recent opening of “Unprecedented,” the show featuring artist, Julia Rivera, whose work is a rhapsody of social commentary. It speaks directly to people from all walks of life, persuasions and incomes, who flock toward the TRUTH these days, amid a zeitgeist of lies.
The young Minnesota-based painter is making his east coast debut this weekend at Detour Gallery in Red Bank, New Jersey.
In the oil and acrylic paintings of Samual Weinberg, the artist’s narratives pit his violent, cartoonish “Pinkmen” against the “Realies,” based on real characters and art historical figures. This clash of style and tone create absorbing scenes crafted at the hand of the artist, often looming large in size and action.
Detour Gallery is thrilled to announce our historic acquisition of “The Buzz Buzz Man” a marker and pen and ink on paper by the extraordinary twentieth-century artist, Jean Michel Basquiat. Created circa 1976 by the boisterous teenager while enrolled at City as School, “The Buzz Buzz Man” features a school tag on one side and three figures on the other. Amongst these three figures, we find the creative seed of his Untitled, 1982, which sold at auction for 57 million dollars in 2016.
Michael Callas’s paintings look like familiar images from the visual lexicon—only viewed through the eyes of someone on an acid trip. Rooted in Pop art, street art, graphic design, and drafting, his paintings are done entirely with spray paint and stencils.
His new exhibition at Detour Gallery in Red Bank, New Jersey, titled “Case Study (Southern Modern),” features a group of paintings made over the last five years. Many of the works, grouped in sets, share the same imagery but are rendered in wildly different color pallets. At first, the gesture seems like a play on the commodification and mass-production of art, or maybe just an excuse to use the same stencil more than once. But the meaning is subtler—and darker—than that.
In regards of his solo exhibition "LaBua", Industry Magazine interviews Michael LaBua on his inspirations and life as an artist.
This weekend, Detour Gallery presents "Re-America," a group exhibition featuring works from Caribbean and South American artists, as well as Latin American artists living in the United States. Paintings, mixed media and sculptures range from figurative to abstract. The show was curated by Julia Rivera, a Puerto Rican artist from Freehold.
Schapira and Grunewald both believe in art for art’s sake and derive influence from each other. Their collaborative works convey the absurdity of contemporary existence, evoking the intensity of psychosis through bold color and erratic shapes. This can be seen in their “Ambition Man” series, which depicts abstract figurative forms against expressionist backdrops. The men in this series are constructed out of imagery related to professionalism and success such as cars, business suits, and vices. These pieces perfectly encapsulate the professional and creative drive of the entrepreneurs-turned-artists, who exhibit a steadfast devotion to their work and art.
Detour Gallery is currently displaying phenomenal works of art at the ArtPalmBeach art fair in Miami. Come say hi Booth E05.
ArtPalmBeach celebrates its 20th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 19-22, 2017 with a preview on the evening of January 18th.
ArtPalmBeach is considered one of the most influential contemporary art fairs on Florida’s Gold Coast by both critics and art enthusiasts. Over 75 international galleries from 21 countries will be exhibiting contemporary and emerging artists. The fair also offers a full schedule of lectures, art film screenings, artists discussions, and curatorial tours. Restaurant, Champagne Bar and Espresso Bar available.
See behind the scenes and in-depth look at Holly Suzanne Rader's creative process that lead to her well received reception "The Killer Queen" at Detour Gallery.
Directed and edited by Adam Worth
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Through the power of visual art, Detour Gallery is becoming the artistic hub of Red Bank. With interchangeable, larger-than-life murals on three exterior walls, and Sergio Furnari’s sculpture depicting the iconic 1932 photograph “Lunchtime on a Skyscraper” illuminated on the rooftop, those who pass by are enticed to take a detour inside. With that we're proud to present this short video, officially introducing "Detour Gallery - Inside and Out", Directed and edited by Adam Worth.
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Detour Gallery invites you to their booth 913 at Spectrum Miami Art Show. In our booth, you will find an eclectic selection of emerging and established artists, such as Michael LaBua, Holly Suzanne Rader, Ron Haywood Jones, Mar Marin Leal, Willie Torbert, Ashleigh Sumner, Michael Callas and Dain.
If you will be in Miami for Art Basel, make sure to stop by and say hi.
Spectrum Miami Tent
1700 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33132
Detour Gallery is excited to announce its partnership with Artsy.net. Through their platform, you will be able to view phenomenal artwork from artists involved with us and make inquiries directly to our gallery through their platform. Artsy invites the best galleries in the world to list their programs and contribute to the most comprehensive online resources for seasoned and aspiring collectors alike. Like many modern social platforms these days, you can follow our gallery and our represented artists on Artsy. Simply click the link below to access our Artsy profile and click "follow" to be kept up to date with Detour's exceptional artwork and marvelous events.
Detour Gallery has been open only a few short weeks and the response has been extremely gratifying and a bit overwhelming. We are representing an expanded roster of artists and offering an eclectic body of artwork, enough to keep you occupied for many hours. The only thing we specialize in is displaying and selling phenomenal Art that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere except at World Class Art Fairs. We exhibit realistic, abstract, outsider, folk art ,19th cent genre, street art, urban art, pop art, hyper realistic, photography, etc. and it is all original work.