Logan T. Sibrel

Beach Beer

, 2018
  • Material
    Oil on canvas
  • Production Method
    signed and dated on the back
  • Edition Size
  • Measurement
    45 x 36 cm
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About his work

The stories that Logan T. Sibrel tells are universal. One picture is all the artist and musician needs in order to tell us a whole story — no matter how small it may be. “I like making the small drawings because of their size relation to snapshot photography,” says Sibrel. Here, his drawing and painting style is as gentle as is his gaze. “I examine the fragmented nature of identity through rendering and erasure, inclusion and omission,” is how the artist describes his creative process. Sibrel shows us moments of bliss, desperation and obsession. And every time, we wish the story could continue...

About the artist

Logan T. Sibrel’s works emit one thing particular: intimacy. Yet, we don’t perceive ourselves as voyeurs, for no stranger would be permitted to approach somebody this closely. In other words, the yearnings, disappointments and emotions of the portraits seem to concern us directly. They are the alter egos of the 32-year old artist; they are friends, lovers, characters taken from books or made up entirely in his imagination. “I’m interested in mixing up this 'recipe' so that my relation to the subject is never totally clear, but that some degree of closeness is evident,” is how he puts it himself. Sibrel studied painting at the Indiana University and at Parsons School of Design in New York. His work is exhibited internationally, at MOM Art Space in Hamburg, Underdonk in Brooklyn or Hume Gallery in Chicago.

Latest Exhibitions (Selection)

2019, Pack den Badeanzug ein, Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin (27. Juni ‒ 31. August)
2019, In the Summertime, Danese/Corey, New York (17. Mai ‒ 9. August)
2019, Better Loser, Leslie-Lohman Project Space, New York
2019, Tabula Rasa, Shelf Life, Calgary; Personal Spaces, Danese/Corey, New York
2018, Now I’m in That Place Again …, The Captain’s Daughters, Provincetown;
2018, ja! ok. ‒ / Soft and Low, MOM Art Space, Hamburg
2017, Underdonk & Friends, Underdonk, Brooklyn, New York
2016, Sister Outsider, Underdonk, Brooklyn, New York; Tender Space, Hume Gallery, Chicago
2015, Underdonk & Friends, Underdonk, Brooklyn, New York; Lemme Be You, Underdonk, Brooklyn, New York
2014, Deep Trash Italia, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, London
2012, Thick of It, Minibar, Brooklyn, New York
2011, 2084: A Vision of the Future, Cameo Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2011, MFA Thesis Show, The Kitchen, New York

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