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November 26-January 8, 2017

RJD Gallery 90 Main Street | Sag Harbor, NY 11963 (631) 725-1161 |

Believe B

elieve, a new group show at RJD Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York, opens November 26 and will present new works from many of the gallery’s most popular artists, including pieces by Katie O’Hagan, Andrei Zadorine, Pamela Wilson, Margo Selski, Armando Valero and others. For Zadorine, who will be presenting Girl on the Stool, the theme of the show hits close to home. “In most of my works I address the reminiscences of my childhood, the impressions and sensations of that time. The further the childhood is away, the happier it appears…” the artist says. “I spent my childhood in a small town close to a large city, in a tiny flat where every single

object had its own history, its own life: the chair, the table or the closet, the lowest shelf of which was mine. It was always a mess there no matter how desperately my parents insisted to fix it. When I pulled out one toy from the shelf, I started playing with other toys one after another. It is not different today: fishing out a story or an object of some kind from my memory. I am not hastening to put them back in order; figuratively speaking, I am not reaching out my hand to pull another one out of the shelf—one cup, one paper horse or a wicker chair is enough to tell a story in my painting.” In Valero’s The Cracker of Fire, the painter explores the idea that “we are made out of atoms (stardust, a scientific

way to describe fire), every time we think or speak or move we are exciting our own fires; imagination is another way to ‘produce’ fires and it is the key to my work,” Valero says. “I do not believe in inspiration because that idea makes artists look like mere laborers. Creation for me requires imagination that is nurtured by the discipline of working every day—not






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