Kate Teale


October 13th - November 5th, 2017 
Opening Reception: Friday, October 13th, 2017 7-9 PM 
Studio10 is pleased to present IN&OUT, a pairing of Kate Teale and Marcy Rosewater paintings curated by Brittany Prater. While the pieces of Teale and Rosewater are markedly different, both bodies of work reflect a quiet slowness that can be found in architectural spaces when glimpsed in the absence of humans. The paintings use recognizable imagery, simplified to near abstraction. One invites spacial penetration, while the other denies it.
Teale works with layers of pure primary colors. She uses transparency to build up her images, allowing the white of the surface to shine as the brightest part of her composition. This gives her paintings of night windows a luminous quality that is reminiscent of Seurat.
Rosewater’s works are composed of dense volumetric forms that explore rich and complex relationships of shape, color and edge. Painting on location, her work often depicts static moments found in utilitarian spaces.
This is Teale’s third show with Studio10. She has had solo shows in New York, Philadelphia, Amherst, Albany, Kalamazoo and the UK and has participated in group shows in Brooklyn and NYC. Teale was a NYFA Fellow in Painting in 2008 and Joan Mitchell Foundation artists’ grant recipient in 2014. She teaches Studio Art at Parsons School of Design.

Rosewater was the recipient of the Golden Foundation Fellowship and a resident at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, both in 2017. Her work will be included in Art from the Boros at Denise Bibros Fine Art in Chelsea  and SRO Gallery in Brooklyn this fall. She was a recognized at this year’s Bushwick  Open Studios by both Hyperallergic and Two Coats of Paint. This is her first show with Studio 10. 

STUDIO10 is located at 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn.  
Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday 1-6 pm or by appointment.
Contact: (718) 852-4396, www.studio10bogart.com

Press release for "I Am Not Empty, I Am Open"



April 15th - May 8th
Opening Reception: Friday, April 15th, 2016 7-9 PM

Studio10 is pleased to present I am not empty, I am open, a solo exhibition of paintings and graphite drawings by New York based artist Kate Teale. Her bed scenes return on an immersive scale and are shown with paintings based on night windows. In both, recognizable imagery is simplified to near abstraction and rendered at once familiar and mysterious. In the catalog of her solo survey show “The Housed”, Lucy R. Lippard writes “Teale works in the interstices of art expectations. Near abstractions turn out to be loaded with content.”
A friend told Teale that her ‘bed paintings’ were like “domestic Agnes Martins” – she shares Martin’s “no certain horizons” and attitude that “renunciation is as important as embrace” (from Nancy Princenthal’s “Agnes Martin: her Life and Art”). Correspondences with other artists of that period exist: the blacks of the night paintings are made in translucent layers of pure primary color – a process Ad Reinhardt used. For Teale, negation or absence are both subject and process: the large bed paintings and much of the others are made through erasure.
The title of the show comes from a poem by Thomas Tranströmer, “Vermeer”, in which the poet imagines Vermeer at work in contrast to the chaotic, teeming life outside. The poet entersthrough the wall into the clear studio
into the second that's allowed to live for centuries
                                                                      Windows and walls, stilled moments, darkness and light are recurring themes for Teale as they are for Tranströmer - and Vermeer. 
This is Teale’s second solo show at Studio10. Her survey solo show, The Housed, opened at Richmond Center for The Arts, Western Michigan University and traveled to Opalka Gallery, Sage College, Albany. The catalog, with essays by Lucy R. Lippard, Don Desmett and Sarah Schmerler, will be available at the gallery and on-line http://issuu.com/dondesmett2/docs/kate_teale_ebook/0
Teale has had solo shows in New York, Philadelphia, Amherst and the UK. She has participated in group shows including Destroy, She Said at The Boiler; Bushwick Basel with Valentine; at Monya Rowe and at Jim Kempner galleries in Chelsea; with Schema, Storefront and Sideshow in Brooklyn. Teale was the founder/director of Big&Small/Casual Gallery from 2009. She was a NYFA Fellow in Painting in 2008 and Joan Mitchell Foundation artists’ grant recipient in 2014.
 It is with great pleasure that Studio10 also announces a panel discussion of Agnes Martin, Her Life and Art in conjunction with the exhibition on Sunday, May 1st at 3pm with Nancy Princenthal, Elana Herzog and Thomas Micchelli.
STUDIO10 is located at 56 Bogart Street (Morgan Avenue stop on the L train) in Bushwick. Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday 1-6 pm or by appointment.
Contact: (718)852-4396, www.studio10bogart.com

I Am Not Empty I Am Open - installation shots of solo show at Studio10, April-May 2014

My solo show opens at the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo on Wednesday, September 3. 
Here's a link to the catalog which includes installation shots and essays by Lucy Lippard, Sarah Schmerler and an interview with gallery director, Don Desmett.  http://issuu.com/dondesmett2/docs/kate_teale_ebook/0
The gallery is huge - and I'm showing new works including an 8'x42' wall drawing done on site and the  "Through The Night" series of paintings shown as complete series as intended, for the first time.  

Thursday June 13, from 6-9pm, is the opening of In Form the inaugural show of 24-6-SPACE AT 44 West 24th St, NY MY 10010.

Some nice press for The Sea Is All Around Us.  A review by Tom McGlynn in the May 2013 issue of the Brooklyn Rail
and by Elizabeth Johnson for the March 26 issue of The Art Blog

The Calm Before The Storm, curated by Sunny Shin, with me, Yusam Sung and Yoshiko Haraguchi, opens at Gallery Ho Thursday April 11, and continues through May 4th.
Sunny has done a wonderful curatorial job - I love the show.