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In the Summertime

May 17 – August 16, 2019

Jacob Patrick Brooks, Muscle Beach, 2018
Deborah Brown
Deborah Brown
Deborah Brown
Carlo D'Anselmi, Why Not The Right Way The First Time, 2018
Carlo D'Anselmi, For The Sea II, 2019
Carlo D'Anselmi, Bottoms Up, 2019
Carlo D'Anselmi, Swimming With Glasses, 2019
Hank Ehrenfried, Earnest Attempt, 2018
Hank Ehrenfried, Josh: Labor Day Weekend, 2019
Ian Faden, Smirkey the Chickadee, 2019
Ian Faden, Smirkey the Sparrow, 2019
Ian Faden, Smirkey the Falcon (sm), 2019
Ian Faden, Smirkey the Finch (sm), 2019
Juan Fontanive, Ornithology M, 2018
Dylan Hurwitz, Untitled (rolling), 2018
Chason Matthams
Chason Matthams
Grace Metzler
Grace Metzler
Dominic Musa
Dominic Musa
Logan T. Sibrel, Drawstring, 2019
Logan T. Sibrel, Portrait of Annemarie Schwarzenbach, 2018
Logan T. Sibrel, Reciprocal Shimmy, 2018

“Yes, summer was rituals, each with its natural time and place. The ritual of lemonade or ice-tea making,

the ritual of wine, shoes, or no shoes, and at last, swiftly following the others, with quiet dignity, the ritual

of the front-porch swing.” –Ray Bradbury, Summer Rituals



Danese/Corey is pleased to announce the opening of In the Summertime, curated by Associate Director Brent Auxier. Included in the exhibition are eleven artists who depict the psyche of the season; each capturing the fleeting moments of anticipated vacations, energetic family reunions, and poolside afternoons, as well as the quiet introspection uniquely offered by beach havens, country homes, or flower gardens. Whether one’s experience is shaped by annual destinations, thrilling and hopeful in their rarity, or in the sweltering city streets that are familiar and destined to grow cold again, the season sets the stage for the activities, energy, and rituals that are distinctly “summertime”.


Participating Artists:


Jacob Patrick Brooks

Deborah Brown

Carlo D’Anselmi

Hank Ehrenfried

Ian Faden

Juan Fontanive

Dylan Hurwitz

Chason Matthams

Grace Metzler

Dominic Musa

Logan T Sibrel