Me, My, Mine: Commanding Subjectivity in Painting at the DC Moore Gallery

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Me, My, Mine: Commanding Subjectivity in Painting curated by Carrie Moyer with works by Nadia Ayari, Ginny Casey, Geoffrey Chadsey, Sharon Madanes, Julie Ryan, Michael Stamm and Peter Williams. Motivated by the enduring interest in figuration Me, My, Mine zeros in on the potential of commanding subjectivity in representational painting. Through their work, these seven painters generously extend an invitation to experience the prickly anxieties, obsessive self scrutiny and extravagant fantasies that exist in the privacy of their own brains.


Lavish patterning, seductive surfaces and meticulous detail give an optical and tactile immediacy to the selected paintings while disorienting perspectives, subjects depicted from above or very, very close up, place us literally in the painters’ “shoes.” Running interference between the physical world and the brain, hands and eyes are central subjects, the primary receivers of the data overload particular to our time.

Start Date

June 20, 2016

End Date

June 20, 2016


10:00 AM - 06:00 PM


DC Moore Gallery, 535 W 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011

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