Lot 16 - John McAllister - Vaunting Run Riot Wait
Lot 16 - John McAllister - Vaunting Run Riot Wait

Lot 16 - John McAllister - Vaunting Run Riot Wait

Brush Markers on paper

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard

ARTIST INFO

About 

John McAllister (b. 1973, Slidell) lives and works in Northampton, Massachusetts. McAllister, deeply drawn to the enigmatic play of light, immersed himself in its exploration through the medium of painting. His journey from California to New York proved pivotal, especially his encounter with Post-Impressionist masters at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The works of Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse drew him into the tradition of twentieth-century artists who strive to capture the immemorial elements of light. McAllister’s works are included in public collections such as The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; The Rubell Family Collection, Miami and Le Consortium, Dijon, FR. 

 

Solo Shows 

2023 

Sometimes symphony clatter calm, Wentrup, Berlin, Germany 

2021 

Some rhapsodies radiant, Almine Rech Gallery, London, UK 

Calm clamor ringing sonorous, James Fuentes, Online Exhibition 

 

Group Shows 

2023 

Art Geneve, Almine Rech, Geneve, Switzerland 

Wentrup at Art Brussels, Wentrup, Brussels, Belgium 

2021 

Salon de Peinture, Almine Rech, New York, US 

Marcia Hafif and John McAllister, Parts & Labor, Beacon, New York, US 

EXPEDITION, Brattleboro Museum of Art, Brattleboro, Vermont, US 

 

Education 

2007 

MFA, Studio Art from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena 

1998 

BFA, Studio Art from University of Texas  

 

Gallery Representation 

James Fuentes Gallery 

Almine Rech Gallery 

Wentrup Gallery 

Massimo De Carlo Gallery

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