Opening on August 13 at the Booth Gallery, the Fourth Wall exhibition will bring together curated works by 15 creators, including Songulashvili’s latest piece Idem et Idem 2.
The month-long exhibition aimed to "break the invisible barrier between artists and spectators", said organisers.
With this exhibition, artists are attempting to reveal the truth about the roots of humanity’s history and recurrent behaviour in the light of current cultural dynamics and the psychology of modern society," said the gallery's preview of the exhibition.
Levan Songulashvili photographed with his work 'Idem et Idem'. Photo from Levan Songulashvili.
Songulashvili’s new piece is part of his series Idem et Idem, which was first presented at the London Art Fair Art16 earlier this year. The work gained positive reviews by media who covered the British event.
Songulashvili created Idem et Idem to explore individuality and the lack of identity under the influence of contemporary social trends. His monochrome painting reflected the author's approach by illustrating masses with no distinctive features.
The upcoming display was announced on Monday:
Very excited about our next exhibition, "Fourth Wall". Click link in the bio for more information. Fourth Wall”, curated by Booth Gallery Director @casey_gleghorn will feature works by #MikeCockrill, #ChrisGullander, #MercedesHelnwein, #AaronJohnson, #WillKurtz, #AdamMillerArt, #DavidMolesky, #SophiaNarrett, #OddNerdrum, #EkaterinaPanikanova, #LouRos, #RichardScott, #LevanSongulashvili, #BenTolman and #BarnabyWhitfield. Email email@example.com for press inquiries or to be placed on preview list. Opening: Saturday, Aug. 13th at 7pm and runs until Sept. 10th at 325 W 38th St. NYC, NY 10018 Image: Mercedes Helnwein – "Table” oil pastel on paper 44 x 66in.
Curated by gallery director Casey Gleghorn, the Fourth Wall exhibition will also feature pieces by artists from other parts of the world including Odd Nerdrum, Mercedes Helnwein, Adam Miller, Mike Cockrill and Ekaterina Panikanova.
Booth Gallery in New York will host the Fourth Wall exhibition until September 10.
Details of the exhibition can be found here.