Skylar Fein

Red Seven Up

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

27" x 24" x 5"

2015

Skylar Fein

Prepare Yourself for a  Bright Future (interior)

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

26.5" x 18.5" x 5"

2015

Skylar Fein

Prepare Yourself for a  Bright Future

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

26.5" x 18.5" x 5"

2015

Skylar Fein

Draw Spunky (side)

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

25" x 24" x 4"

2015

Skylar Fein

Draw Spunky (Interior)

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

25" x 24" x 4"

2015

Skylar Fein

Draw Spunky

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

25" x 24" x 4"

2015

Skylar Fein

Auto Mechanics Needed

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

24.5" x 24" x 4"

2015

Skylar Fein

Kendall Motor Oil (Interior)

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

24.5" x 24" x 4.5"

2015

Skylar Fein

Kendall Motor Oil

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

24.5" x 24" x 4.5"

2015

Skylar Fein

Bunghole Liquors

painted aluminum, homasote, rubber

27" x 24" x 5"

2015

Backfire

Skylar Fein - Room 2

December 9, 2015 – January 10, 2016

Skylar Fein was born in in 1968 in the Greenwich Village, New York and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a gay film festival in Seattle, stringing for The New York Times and as pre-med student at University of New Orleans where he moved one week before Hurricane Katrina hit.

In the wreckage of New Orleans, Fein found his new calling as an artist, experimenting with color and composition of the detritus of Katrina. His work soon became known for its pop sensibility as well as its hard-nosed politics.Fein unveiled his “Giant Metal Matchbook” series in his 2014 solo exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery. Since then, the series has been exhibited nationally at art fairs such as, VOLTA NY, Miami Project for Art Basel Miami Beach, Texas Contemporary, artMRKT San Francisco, and the Seattle Art Fair - and has continued to gain momentum in rave reviews and collector acquisitions.

Skylar Fein was the recipient of a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and his work is in several prominent collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, The Louisiana State Museum, The Birmingham Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, curators Dan Cameron and Bill Arning, and collectors Beth Rudin DeWoody, Lance Armstrong, Lawrence Benenson, Brooke Garber-Neidich, Stephanie Ingrassia and Thomas Coleman.