Fabien Castanier Gallery is excited to announce their latest limited edition print sale event, featuring a giclée by artist, Jan Kaláb. The print, "Cold Sky", is released in conjunction withKaláb's solo exhibition in their Miami Wynwood gallery, currently on view.
The print is sized 24 x 20 in. (61x51cm) and priced at $150 + free domestic shipping.* It will be signed and numbered on 300g cotton fine art paper, and with a certificate of authenticity. It will be made available for purchase for only 48 hours this coming weekend, Saturday April 20th through Sunday April 21st.
This print release will have a total number of editions based on the number of pieces sold during the 48 hour sale, guaranteeing everyone who purchases during the event gets a print. The print will be limited to this one time release, and the design will not be re-printed.
Visit the Castanier Gallery Store to see the piece, from 12:00am (EST) Saturday April 20 to 11:59pm (EST) Sunday April 21.
* Because edition size and thus production begins AFTER the sale, please allow for 4-8 weeks for delivery.
Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition for Prague-based urban contemporary artist Jan Kaláb, Shape & Tone, held in their Wynwood gallery location from April 6 – 27. This is the artist's second solo exhibition with the gallery and his first solo outing in Miami.
For this show, Kaláb presents new vibrant and dynamic compositions that meld the versatility of his canvas medium with the layered depth of sculpture. Incorporating studies in structure and mood, the artist delivers paintings resplendent in organic form.
Playing with variations in geometry, Kaláb paints on constructed canvases of various shapes and combinations. The evolution of his style has led to a distillation of ephemeral color. He captures light and shade that seem to move with the curves of the substrate, becoming one. For Shape & Tone, his pieces are harmonious and minimalist studies – immersive works that reflect his complex understanding of the fluidity in the signs and symbols of abstraction.
Jan Kaláb was born in Czechoslovakia in 1978, during a time when urban art was not seen in the Eastern world. In the 1990s, when the country began to open itself up to Western influences, Kaláb became one of the pioneers of graffiti art. Since 2007, he has focused on the abstraction of form and color in his studio work, and studied formally at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. For a decade the artist has explored this depth and motion with a vibrant chromatic energy, exhibiting in institutions throughout Europe, and North and South America.
A catalog of work is available, please contact the gallery for more info.