A conversation with Jeremy Mann about his final U.S. exhibition, and his decision to stop painting cityscapes

Jeremy Mann’s 2019 solo exhibition opening August 30th is the gallery and the artist’s largest exhibition to date, featuring 55 works including the Mann’s signature cityscapes, Compositions and portraits, as well as his photography and film work. The show also marks a shift in Mann’s creative career as his last solo U.S. solo exhibition for... Continue Reading →

Looking Closer: MANN vol. 1.7 The Sketchbooks

Observing one of Jeremy Mann’s paintings is witnessing a moment in time through the artist’s eyes. The painting exists not as a single image but as an experience in its entirety, whether it’s standing on a busy street corner studying blurred brake lights in the midst of a city storm or watching the afternoon light... Continue Reading →

Jeremy Mann: Experimentations, Process and Emotions

  Experimentations, Process and Emotions opens April 28th as a compelling new body of sensuous portraits and moody cityscapes by California painter Jeremy Mann. Each concept in the exhibition’s title speaks to a fundamental ingredient in the painter’s life and artistry, which exist simultaneously as Mann’s personal observations define his actions in the studio. Experimentations.... Continue Reading →

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