TIMOTHY YARGER FINE ART

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Moshé Elimelech

 

"A designer by trade and in spirit, Elimelech is driven by visual and structural imagination (although his work engages a remarkable amount of personal expression, evident most readily but not exclusively, in his watercolors). His paintings – which dramatically engage certain sculptural qualities – ar­­e, if anything, toys, devices to share play with his audience. Elimelech’s installations extend the principles of his paintings into the realm of spectacle. And his flat works – watercolors in particular – remain suspended between the seen world and the imagined, drawing in the eye by bridging idiosyncratic conditions of pure structure and observed reality....

 

Astute viewers will observe that, for all the brittle modernity that apparently attends to Elimelech’s work, he is in fact something of a traditionalist. The “modernity” he practices is rooted not in latter-day stylistic indulgences, but in the integral concepts of design we associate with a modernity older than we are. He upholds and re-energizes the classic modern tradition – making him, if anything, a “neo-modernist.” His lucid, elemental sense of form and composition hark back a good century, but in practice it roots itself more in the concepts and structures prevalent in the late 1950s and ‘60s, notably those associated with Op and Kinetic Art. Also mindful of hard-edge painting and Minimalism, Elimelech pares away the elaborateness of so much Op and Kinetic work, focusing instead on its basic structural clarity. He thus seeks to surprise rather than to bedazzle. Elimelech also draws on the ready, rather than spectacular, involvement of the audience in the process of discovery and play into which Op and Kinetic Art characteristically brings us. His installations, for instance, rely on no optical tricks, at least none we don’t or can’t anticipate; rather, they elaborate on easily comprehended visual anomalies, elemental enough in their arrangement to explain themselves to anyone while still delighting everyone’s eye. There is magic to these artworks, to be sure; but Elimelech the magician relies on the compliance and even assistance of his audience – and assures it with his uncluttered style..."            

-Peter Frank, 2011

 

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 – Sesom Gallery, ChangWon, South Korea

2014 – CMay Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Suspended Geometry”

2012 – LA Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Arrangements”

2012 – L2Kontemporary, Los Angeles, CA “Geometric Geographics”

2008 – Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA “Reflections”, installation

2007 – L2Kontemporary, Los Angeles, CA

2002 – The Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2002 – Sylvia White Gallery-Los Angeles, CA

1998 – Hakikar Gallery, Jafa, Israel

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019 -  LA Art Show, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

2018 -  Art Palm Springs, ,Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Palm Springs, California

2018  - Art Aspen, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Aspen Colorado

2016 -  LA Art Show, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

2016 -  SF Art Market, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, San Francisco, CA

2016 -  Art Palm Springs, ,Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Palm Springs, California

2015 – Summer Group Show, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Beverly Hills, CA

2013 – Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA, “Das Paar”

2011 – Art Gate Gallery, “Summer Kaleidoscope”, New York, NY

2010 – Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA

2010 – Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA

2010 – Gothelf Art Gallery, “From Desert to Desert”, La Jolla, CA

2009 – Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, “From There to Here”, Los Angeles, CA

2007 – Adamar Fine arts, Miami Florida

2007 – Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA

2006 – Gallery 33, Long Beach, CA

2006 – Gallery 825, “Summer Kaleidoscope”, Los Angeles, CA

2005 – Don OMelveny Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2005 – Gallery C, “Touch Me”, Hermosa Beach, CA –

2004 – Keller&Greene Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2003 – Don OMelveny Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2002 – Don OMelveny Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2002 – The Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2002 – City of Brea Gallery, Brea, CA

2002 – Soapbox Gallery, Venice, CA

2001 – Sylvia White Gallery-Los Angeles, CA