Alexander DiJulio Proudly Presents “Of Light And The Absence Of”: A Captivating New Exhibition by Grason Ratowsky set in the iconic Hedda Sterne Studio
Alexander DiJulio is proud to announce a solo exhibition featuring new paintings by artist Grason Ratowsky, set to debut at the iconic Hedda Sterne Studio in East Hampton, NY—an environment steeped in palpable artistic history. This legendary space, frequented by some of the 20th century’s most prominent art figures and luminaries, provides an evocative backdrop for the exhibition. Ratowsky’s works effortlessly blend with the studio’s ambiance, a respectful nod to the walls that silently observed the evolution of art history.
Embarking on this captivating journey, we delve into Grason Ratowsky’s singular artistic repertoire, building upon the successes of recent exhibitions in Korea and Spain, which have left an indelible mark on art enthusiasts. Ratowsky’s third exhibition this year signifies a return to his artistic origins in New York. Through his distinct artistic language, he invites viewers to explore the intricate tapestry of the human condition.
Ratowsky’s works now hold a steadfast place in esteemed global collections, underscoring his role as an artist of solid resonance. This exhibition not only highlights Ratowsky’s emergence as a rising luminary in the contemporary art scene but also pays homage to East Hampton’s enduring role as a hub of artistic inspiration and innovation. The collaboration between Ratowsky and DiJulio bridges past and present, reshaping artistic narratives within the cherished Hedda Sterne Studio—an embodiment of heritage and its enduring relevance.
Gallery: Alexander DiJulio Gallery at The Hedda Sterne Studio
Curator: Alexander Dijulio