Dashiell Manley, Ruairiadh O’Connell, Hugh Scott-Douglas
December 4 – 7, 2014
For the NOVA section of Art Basel Miami Beach 2014, Jessica Silverman Gallery will feature new works by Dashiell Manley, Ruairiadh O’Connell, and Hugh Scott-Douglas. The works will explore the ways that images mutate and become abstracted as they travel between mediums and contexts.
Dashiell Manley (b.1983 Fontana, California) received his MFA from UCLA in 2011. Most recently his work was included in a group exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) as well as the Whitney Biennial, 2014. He has also exhibited in Brazil, Sydney, Torino, Vienna, San Francisco, Houston, and New York. His second solo exhibition with the gallery “Time seems sometimes to stop” opens January 9, 2015. Manley lives and works in Los Angeles.
Ruairiadh O’Connell (b.1983 Aberdeen, Scotland) attended the Städelschule in Frankfurt. He recently had a solo exhibition at Jessica Silverman Gallery and his work has been shown at Project Number (London), Landings (Oslo), Mark and Kyoko (Berlin), and Laura Bartlett Gallery (London). O’Connell will show a new body of work with Jessica Silverman Gallery at Miami Basel in December 2014. He lives and works in London.
Hugh Scott-Douglas (b.1988, Cambridge, UK) has a BFA in sculpture from OCAD University (Toronto). His work is currently on view at Mass MOCA (Boston) and will be featured in upcoming exhibitions at the Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio), Florida Atlantic University Galleries (Boca Raton) and the Museums & Galleries of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). Scott-Douglas’s work has been acquired by museums such as SFMOMA, MCA Chicago, the Dallas Museum of Art, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum and Sammlung Goetz. He lives and works in New York.