When the sun departs for a new horizon

celebrating 40 years of Corkin Gallery

September 14 – October 27, 2019

Giancarlo Scaglia
Stellar Aéreo 11 and 12, series: Stellar, 2015  
Ink on Japanese paper mounted on canvas
118 1/16 x 128 5/16 in.

Scott Massey
la Lune Perdue, 2013  
daguerreotype in custom wood frame
20 x 16 in.

Sharon Switzer
Escape Velocity (falling 3), 2019  
Archival pigment print on satin paper
25 x 25 in.

Sharon Switzer
Escape Velocity (flying 1), 2019  
Archival pigment print on satin paper
25 x 25 in.

Sharon Switzer
Escape Velocity (falling 2), 2019  
Archival pigment print on satin paper
25 x 25 in.

Brendon McNaughton
Nike, 2015
3D print with velvet coating, ed. 1/1 AP
8 x 11 x 12 in.

André Kertész
Stairs of Montmartre, Paris, 1925
print made 1975
gelatin silver print
11 x 14 in.
 

David Urban
Portrait of Tom Thomson, 2019  
oil on canvas on board
83 3/4 x 71 3/4 in.

Grit Schwerdtfeger
Seebad, series: Distanz, 2004
colour print
26 x 35 in.

Grit Schwerdtfeger
Tretboote; from the series: Distanz, 2004
colour print
26 x 35 in.

Frank Mädler
Kleine Landschaft, 2014
Ceramic and glass
15 x 4 3/4 x 3 1/2 in.

Michelle Forsyth
Colourful Stack, 2017  
sculpture, mixed media
12 x 12 x 6 in.

Michelle Forsyth
Aqua Stack, 2014  
sculpture, mixed media
12 x 12 x 12 in.

Michelle Forsyth
Blue and Red Stack, 2018  
sculpture, mixed media
18 x 18 x 15 in.

Michelle Forsyth
Grey Stack, 2015  
sculpture, mixed media
18 x 18 x 14 in.

Michelle Forsyth
Red Stack, 2017  
sculpture, mixed media
18 x 18 x 13 in.  

Frank Mädler
Glas, series: Südwest, 2008
analogue colour print, ed. 2/4
71 5/8 x 48 in.

Gina Rorai
Montara, 2015  
oil on canvas
10 x 8 ft

Lick Observatory
Close-up of Crater, 1920s   
gelatin silver print
14 3/4 x 18 3/4 in.

Jota Castro
Here Comes the Rain Again, 2013
stone and butterfly
Dimensions variable

David Urban
Unknown RBG, 1996/2003  
oil on canvas
60 x 48 in.

Constantin Brancusi
Mlle. Pogany I
negative made between 1920 and 1935  
gelatin silver print
9 1/8 x 6 3/4 in.

Leopold Plotek
The Winners' Circle, 1990  
oil on linen
80 x 72 in.

Carol Marino
Quad Tracks, part 1 and 2, 2000  
gelatin silver print
19 5/8 x 23 3/8 in. each

Sondra Meszaros
Camouflage Net #1, 2019  
hand torn digital print on mulberry paper (rice)
52 1/2 x 40 1/2 in.

Brassai
X Offrande, series: Transmutations, 1967  
gelatin silver print mounted on paper
9 1/4 x 7 in.

Barbara Astman
Untitled (Dear Sandra), series: Thinking About You, 1979  
ektacolour mural
60 x 48 in.

 

Ernest Ludwig Kirchner
Atelieraufnahme, c. 1910  
gelatin silver print
6 3/4 x 4 3/4 in.  

Yakov Gakkel
untitled, from the 16 epreuves series, c.1937  
gelatin silver print
4 1/2 x 6 7/8 in.

Gerhard Richter
4.5.89, from the series: 2.5 - 7.5.89 Sechs Fotos, 1989  
gelatin silver print
13 3/4 x 20 in.

Barbara Astman
Untitled, series: Visual Narratives, 1978-79  
six Polaroids with typed inscription, mounted on paper
8 x 10 3/4 in.

Lori Newdick
Queer Affair, from the Heroine series, 1999
fujicolor print
31 x 41 in. 

Lori Newdick
We Walk Alone, from the Heroine series, 1999
fujicolor print
29 ½ x 40 ½ in.  

Elisa Julia Gilmour
Éperdument (Madly), 2016
video projection
19:30

Jeff Chiu
Sweeping the Tombs (mountains are gravesites), 2017
archival pigment print in artist’s frame
17 x 44 in.

Thaddeus Holownia
Anatomy Lesson - Moose, 2006  
100 toned gelatin silver prints each 11 x 14 in.
70 x 220 in.

Andrés Marroquin Winkelmann
Puente.02, 2012/2014
archival inkjet print
34 1/2 x 40 3/8 in.

Miles Gertler
Signal Structure 01, 2017  
steel, paint
12 x 48 x 35 3/4 in.

Barbara Astman, Constantin Brancusi, Brassaï, Jota Castro, Jeff Chiu, Michelle Forsyth, Yakov Gakkel, Miles Gertler, Elisa Julia Gilmour, Thaddeus Holownia, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, André Kertész, Frank Mädler, Carol Marino, Andrés Marroquín, Scott Massey, Brendon McNaughton, Sondra Meszaros, Lick Observatory, Lori Newdick, Leopold Plotek, Gerhard Richter, Gina Rorai, Giancarlo Scaglia, Grit Schwerdtfeger, Sharon Switzer,
David Urban

An understanding of time and existence as cyclic has been largely studied by different cultures and reflected by Eastern and Western philosophy. The theory of the eternal return proposes that the universe, all existence and energy has been recurring, and will continue to recur an infinite number of times across infinite time or space. When the sun departs for a new horizon: celebrating 40 years of Corkin Gallery, spans the gallery’s history by bringing together works exploring cycles as an organic way to understand our existence.