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EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLVIII, 2020

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLVIII, 2020
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12059
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLVIII, 2020

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLVIII, 2020
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12059
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CL, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CL, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12058
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CL, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CL, 2021
 

 

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EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLVII, 2020

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLVII, 2020
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12060

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLVII, 2020

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLVII, 2020

 

Detail

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLIX, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLIX, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in.
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12053
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CXLIX, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CXLIX, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 90 in.
274.3 x 228.6 cm

 

JCG12053
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLV, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLV, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
96 x 120 in
243.8 x 304.8 cm

 

JCG12054
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLV, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLV, 2021

 

Detail
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLIV, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLIV, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
120 x 120 in.

304.8 x 304.8 cm

 

JCG12052
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLIV, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLIV, 2021
 

Detail

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLVII, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLVII, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 132 in
274.3 x 335.3 cm

 

JCG12055

 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLVII, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLVII, 2021
 

Detail

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 132 in
274.3 x 335.3 cm

 

JCG12056

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021
Mineral paint and flashe on linen
108 x 132 in
274.3 x 335.3 cm

 

JCG12056
 

EAMON ORE-GIRON Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021

EAMON ORE-GIRON
Infinite Regress CLVI, 2021

Mineral paint and flashe on linen

108 x 132 in
274.3 x 335.3 cm

 

JCG12056
 

Press Release

TEXT

James Cohan is pleased to present The Symmetry of Tears, an exhibition of new work by Eamon Ore-Giron, on view at 48 Walker Street from May 1 through June 5. This is Ore-Giron's first exhibition with James Cohan.

 

Appointments are recommended but not required. Please click here to book an appointment to visit the exhibition in person.

 

To explore the exhibition in our Viewing Room, please click here. 

 

Multiplicity and simultaneity are central to Ore-Giron’s wide-ranging practice. Across his interconnected pursuits in painting, music, and video, he synthesizes formal histories to explore the visual, auditory, and experiential possibilities of cross-cultural influence. With The Symmetry of Tears, Ore-Giron presents new paintings from his ongoing Infinite Regress series, continuing to expand his investigation into abstraction.

 

The exhibition will be accompanied by two musical tracks. The first, “Past Yesterday,” was created by the artist and his long-time collaborator and friend Christopher Avitabile and was conceived as a separate, but complementary, element to the paintings. The music—an ambient mix of rhythmic drone—grows out of a similar approach to creative production that prioritizes the possibility of disparate elements finding synthesis and harmony. Ore-Giron and Avitabile remotely developed, remixed, and produced this track, working from different locations while in quarantine. The second piece, “Fuego Lento,” is an unreleased track from the artist’s archive. Working as DJ Lengua, his moniker as solo music producer, Ore-Giron composed it in 2012, as an accompaniment to a video work by the artist Julio César Morales using samples from the 1962 album "Exotic Suite of the Americas" by Pérez Prado and LeRoy Holmes.

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