New York Estonian House is delighted to host a two-person exhibition of art work by Amanda Means and Jaanika Peerna. Taking over the spaces of the Great Hall and the Blue Room in the East 34th Street building, the artists will present works in photography and drawing.
Together, the artists share an interest in transparency and luminosity; in her Undulations drawings, Peerna employs the semi-translucent material of mylar to foreground the glides and elisions of her pencil lines, while Means engages the varyingly frosted opacities of her Light Bulbs to create photographic works in which translucency and radiance become the subject matter.
The artists’ explorations of line and form, rhythm and repetition, set serial presentation in play with unfolding development in works that approach the musical in their deft command of theme and variation.
More information about the artists please contact JHB Gallery.