Green Kill 2021 April Exhibition

The Green kill presents "Three," an exhibition currated by Joel Silverstein, featuring Tine Kindermann, Joel Silverstein and Miguel Trelles.

The Green kill presents "Three," an exhibition currated by Joel Silverstein, featuring Tine Kindermann, Joel Silverstein and Miguel Trelles.

The opening party is on Saturday April 3, 2021, from 5 to 7 PM. 

The exhibition runs from Saturday, April 3, 2021 to Saturday, April 24, 2021. Exhibition hours are from 3-5:30 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. You may make special appointments by calling 347-689-2323.


New Normal health concerns are a primary. The customary Green Kill opening of beverages with finger foods will be covered for protection. If you wish to come on opening day, please understand that 10 people are permitted in the gallery at one time, that all attendees must were face masks, and we will us a “Non-Contact Infrared Digital Thermometer” and “Pulse Oximeter Blood Oxygen Level Monitor” for screening. There were be outside seating for your convenience. Green Kill is equipped with a heat pump so the air is constantly refreshed and the space is, as always, sanitized. 


Three

Three offers the art of three individual painters, whose work informs each other in startling, poignant and expressive ways. Tine Kindermann’s new series re-affirms her commitment to direct observation, German Weimar Republic era art, silent cinema, and a dark gothic sensibility. Her aesthetic focus is on the figure, using broken dolls and much- loved stuffed animals as stand-ins for human beings, emphasizing our shared fragility, humanity and vulnerability. Miguel Trelles fuses the structures and iconography of Modernist Spanish abstraction, Aztec and Incan figurative motifs, and themes from popular 20th Century fantasy illustration to examine complex contemporary identities. Finally Joel Silverstein is a figurative artist using direct observation, photos, movie stills and comic books to create portraits and intricate studio scenes that comment on the nature of self-portraiture, Phenomenology, popular culture, heroism, the monstrous and the transcendent. 


Tine Kindermann

Tine Kindermann is a visual artist and musician from Berlin, Germany, who has been living and working in New York City since 1993. She holds a diploma in Scenic Painting from the Paritätische Prüfungskommission, West-Berlin, 1986. A figurative artist working in various media, her work, which includes  painting, miniature tableaux and dioramas, video and sculpture, has been shown at Stephen Romano Gallery, the Governors Island Art Fair, RePop, Mark Miller Gallery and other galleries in New York City, as well as Neurotitan Gallery and Gallery Kurt im Hirsch in Berlin. Together with Deborah Ugoretz, Tine curates exhibitions for Yiddish New York, an annual cultural festival in NYC.


Joel Silverstein

Joel Silverstein was born in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BFA, and an MPS, from Pratt Institute, 1979, 1982, and an MFA from Brooklyn College, 1992. He has shown nationally and internationally at JADA, Art Basel, Miami, the Van Leer Institute, The Mishkan Le'Omanut Museum, the Amstelkirk Gallery in Holland, The Kraft Center, Columbia University, and the Jerusalem Biennial, 2015 and 17. The artist/ curator is a Founding and Executive Member of the Jewish Art Salon, NY and has curated or advised on 15 exhibitions including: Through Compassionate Eyes; Artists Callfor Animal Rights at the Charter Oak Center, POW!!! for Jewish Comic Con, and The Dura Europos Project, at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art and UJA NY.


Miguel Trelles

Miguel Trelles Hernández is a Puerto Rican artist with Cuban roots who lives and works in New York City’s Lower East Side. An Adjunct Professor at Baruch College, Trelles holds a B.A. in Art History and Studio Art at Brown University and an M.F.A. (1995) from Hunter College. He has shown in San Juan, Rio de Janeiro, Lima, Santo Domingo, Havana, Tegucigalpa, Buenos Aires, Paris, Chengdu (Szechuan) and New York.  Trelles’ paintings have been acquired by several permanent collections such as those in El Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña (San Juan), El Museo de Arte de Ponce, La Fundación Gabarrón (Valladolid), as well as El Museo del Barrio and Deutsche Bank (New York).