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Autodidact: The new self taught artists

January 22 – February 27th, 2022
Featuring Yool Kim, Jacob Gerard, Louis Sarowsky and Sandra Giunta.

*Opening reception February 12th 3 - 5pm.

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Yool Kim


Seoul-based artist Yool Kim navigates ideas of identity and subconscious mind through mixed media artwork. Her paintings focus on figures expressing a form of disorder. This is seen not through just facial expressions, but extends throughout the painting to express dissatisfaction and dizziness that come from the human experience. Kim’s work often highlights self expression that have not yet matured, an expression stunted in growth. Her desire is to organize these emotions through her artwork.

Kim was born in 1982 and graduated from Hongik University Graduate School of Industry in 2015 with a degree in Color Studies.

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Louis Sarowsky


Louis Sarowsky is part of a new generation of "self-taught" artists. Not necessarily an Outsider. As it's almost impossible to go on without any knowledge of how things work directly at our fingertips. With YouTube, Instagram, Tik Tok, these new types of self taught artists are fearless and ambitious. Creating granite sculptures is no easy task for even the most seasoned sculptor. With only a few years under his belt in doing so, he is creating images that speak his language. As seen here in the "Stone VX1000", the most influential camera in skateboarding cinema. Known in the skateboarding community as Lurker Lou. His skateboarding and personality has always been his own. We are excited to be exhibiting perhaps his next chapter in super creative life. 

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Jacob Gerard

Jacob Gerard is a true outsider artist with no formal training. His work is powerful, brilliant in creativity, and rich in humor. His colors, brightness, attention to details, emphasize a scale of production usually found in a well seasoned educated artist. In less than 2 years of painting exclusively he has amassed a small arsenal of paintings that would be considered a full career for many. Whether this is an attempt to never go back to construction or years of pent up creativity the current results will last a lifetime. At this moment in time all signs point to this being the beginning of a flourishing artistic career.

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Sandra Giunta


Sandra Giunta is a self-taught Brooklyn based sculptor. Her most recent work focuse on the impact of global warming on coral reefs. A dual relocation move, with a 6 month split between Brooklyn, NY, and Belize, offered the corals of the Mesoamerican Reef as a research and an inspirational work environment, and the community of the arts and artists in the New York metropolitan area.

Initially she focused on figurative sculptural work. Her Belize experiences moved he focus to sculpting corals, which then led to conjoined figurative and coral works. This symbiotic relationship emphasizes human impact on global warming and ree destruction. Bringing the underwater world above the surface, to keep it visible an increase awareness of its precarious balance, is a major speaking point of her art. The possibility that these incredible natural structures and life forms could be destroyed by a 2° rise in ocean temperatures is our reality and we’re losing time for intervention.





Court Tree Collective was established in 2013 by a group of artists and creatives with the primary purpose of representing and supporting the work of emerging and established contemporary artists. Since its opening Court Tree Collective has been a staple to south Brooklyn’s emerging art scene and in a short time has exhibited a number of important exhibitions. In addition they have curated a number of exhibitions at satellite locations throughout the states and abroad. ︎




Location

Industry City
51 35th Street,
BLD #5
2nd FL, Suite B236
Brooklyn, NY 11232


Mailing Address

Court Tree Collective
728 41st Street #1F
Brooklyn, NY 11232


Contact

info@courttree.com
718.422.7806
Gallery Hours

Fri - Sat 12 - 6pm
Sun 12 - 5pm
*and by appointment



The 36 St subway station {D, N, R, trains} is the nearest one to Industry City in Brooklyn






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