Featured Works on Exhibition A
Matthew Chambers (b. 1982) confronts the act of painting through diversity, exuberantly flitting from direct representation to complete abstraction and working in media as varied as oil paint, raw canvas, and fuzzy nylon flocking. His most recent solo exhibition at Praz-Delavallade (Paris), which exhibited his “ripped” paintings, just closed a month ago. He has had solo shows at Zach Feuer, Untitled and Rental Gallery (New York), the Zabludowicz Collection (London), Angstrom (Los Angeles), Blanket Contemporary Art (Vancouver), and recently mounted a two person show with Brendan Fowler at Hezi Cohen Gallery (Tel Aviv). His work has been featured in group exhibitions at Saatchi Gallery (London), The Rubell Family Collection (Miami), Zach Feuer (New York), MOCA Pacific Design Center (Los Angeles), Marlborough Madrid, Brand New Gallery (Milan), and Luce Gallery (Turin). Today he produces drawings, books, and paintings in an industrial studio space he shares with artist Brendan Fowler in Atwater Village, Los Angeles.