Ula Einstein is a multi-disciplinary maker with an expanded art practice, living and working in NYC. Her work has been widely exhibited in galleries, museums and non-profit exhibition spaces.
“everything we touch leaves a change” – Ula Einstein
With a gesture, drawing out, and layering, material and process, revelatory of each other; making is part of the content. Drawn to the potential of tools and materials beyond their original function, my practice is inspired by chance, control and uncertainty.
The particular works on ARTSY are available only through Spotteart.com
September 11 – ExTENDED Through Dec 11, 2016 Chewing Tar – Industrial Materials in the Service of Art, curated by Linda Griggs exhibiting at Lichtundfire, 175 Rivington St., New York City OPENING RECEPTION: September 11th, 5:30 – 8:30 pm Catalogue included. Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm, Sunday 1-6pm
(below is one of the works I presented at the interview)
Materialness and self-invented techniques of mark and making
are significant in my endeavors;
I plan to continue to engage in my alchemy of abstraction, collaborating with the dichotomy of destruction / creation, re-metabolizing / transformation.
*The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF) is committed to bringing together artists, collectors, and curators through the development and presentation of innovative contemporary art programs and exhibitions based on private collections … the Studio Program will also facilitate meetings between artists and collectors, as well as dealers, critics, and the greater public.