Summertime Sadness, Rosalind Breen & Tony Toscani, Massey Klein Gallery, (July 27 – August 26, 2018)

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Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Toscani is a contemporary, figurative painter. His compositions reference work by master painters, Picasso, Léger, Matisse, and Botero, while his use of vibrant blues, crisp greens, and contemporary settings bring each painting into the present.  Toscani’s work provides an intimate look at mortality, spirituality and poetically expresses scenes of everyday life. His figures draw us in to contemplate a scene whose narrative is at once familiar but also eludes us.

Toscani received his MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City.

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Lives and works in Toronto, Canada

Rosalind Breen’s work explores themes of femininity, nostalgia, mythology, desire, and fantasy.  The artist’s most recent series, a collection of purely abstract works, focus on the sensual nature of paint as a medium. Body, color, texture, and tone forge intricate forms that deepen her language and engagement with the idea of narrative.

Breen received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island.

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