Long a part of her practice, Small Landscapes, marks the gallery’s first show to focus on Lauren Luloff’s small scale paintings. Made in tandem with her silk and fabric-based works, Luloff’s acrylic on raw canvas paintings hold the same mastery of color, composition and playfulness on a more intimate scale. While still rooted in nature these paintings draw more from Luloff’s imagination than observation.
Lauren Luloff, born 1980, in Dover, New Hampshire, received her MFA from The Milton Avery College of Art, Bard College and her BFA from Pennsylvania State University. Recent solo exhibitions have been with Ceysson and Benetiere, New York; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; Gal- erie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg and Geneva, Switzerland; Marlborough Chelsea, New York; The Hole, New York; and Annarumma Gallery, Naples, Italy. Notable group exhibitions include Galerie Lelong, New York; CANADA Gallery, New York; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York; The Queens Museum, Queens, NY; Marlborough Gallery, Madrid, Spain, and Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy. Her work has been featured and reviewed in The New York Times, Vogue, T Magazine, Art in America, the Huffington Post and the Village Voice among others. She has been awarded residencies by The Bau Institute, in Cassis, France, The Macedonia Institute, in Chatham, NY and DNA Residency in Provincetown, MA. Luloff lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.