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RATS RECONSIDERED | Erica Linnemann

“RATSRECONSIDERED” | Drawings by ERICA LINNEMANN

Saturday, September 24, 2022 ~

AG Gallery is pleased to announce “RATS RECONSIDERED,” Erica Linnemann’s second and largest solo exhibition, is opening on Monday, September 19, 2022. This collection of over 80 original drawings, of varying sizes and presented in rare vintage frames, will be exhibited in the gallery space downstairs along with the gallery window space.

“RATS RECONSIDERED” is a tribute to Bruce Nauman’s 1988 piece titled, “I LEARNED HELPLESSNESS FROM RATS.” This exhibition begs onlookers to delicately ruminate on the City’s loathsome, formidable, underground cohabitants and concede to man’s parallels with such vermin. Erica Linnemann is a Brooklyn-based line illustrator whose characters embody some of the tender, embarrassing, turgid and uncomfortable intimations of urban existence. Please contact the staff with purchase inquiries.

ABOUT ARTIST

Erica Linnemann is an illustrator based in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Her work attempts to render, both gently and satirically, some of the routine, yet unspoken, labors of urban existence, at times unveiling feelings of bruised resolve, disarming chagrin and unquenched desperation. The brute, turbulent quality of one drawing might provoke troubling musings, while the unapologetic simplicity of another churns the comforts of ignorance.

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“ENTANGLEMENTS” by Erica Linnemann

AG Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition ENTANGLEMENTS by Erica Linnemann is opening tomorrow on Monday, November 8, 2021. Erica Linnemann is a New York based artist who creates ink line drawings. This will be the second time for AG Gallery to present her drawings since the one-window exhibition “Drawings by Erica Linnemann” earlier this year. The exhibition takes place both in the gallery space downstairs and the gallery show window space. Her drawing subjects are collected from her everyday life, imagination and inner emotions, altogether, she creates the narrative line drawing of figures. The miniature figures in her work are the thoughts, ideas and feelings. All artworks are framed in vintage frames selected by the artist. Please ask the staff inside to purchase the drawings.

Please be one of the first people to visit AG Gallery to check out the show as at the last show her work quickly sold out. if you acquired her work last time, this might be good timing to collect another one. 

About Artist

Erica Linnemann is an illustrator based in Upper Manhattan. Her drawings attempt to playfully capture mental struggles and everyday experiences. The miniature figures seen in some works represent thoughts, ideas or feelings, depending on the concept or situation.

“I Think That Belongs To Me” by Erica Linnemann
Oops” by Erica Linnemann
Enchanted” by Erica Linnemann
“Buddy System” by Erica Linnemann

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Drawings by Erica Linnemann

One-Window Exhibition:

Drawings by Erica Linnemann

May 21, 2021 ~ June 20, 2020

AG Gallery is pleased to present one-window-exhibition “Drawings by Erica Linnemann”, opening on Friday, May 21, 2021. This exhibition features Linnemann’s recent original imaginary figurative ink drawings. This time we present 15 pieces of her original work in the gallery show window where the guest can view them from the street which makes one of the best show to check out any time of day and in this post Covid-19 lockdown time in New York City. All drawings are installed in vintage frames by selected by artist. Please story by at AG Gallery and enjoy her world. Please contact natsumi@aboutglamour.net for inquiries for the artworks.

Drawings by Linnemann are available on the AG Gallery’s official online store. AG Gallery is also having an ongoing exhibition by Ken Brown at the downstairs gallery space, please make sure to check both exhibitions if you haven’t already.

About Artist

Erica Linnemann is an illustrator based in Upper Manhattan. Her drawings attempt to playfully capture mental struggles and everyday experiences. The miniature figures seen in some works represent thoughts, ideas or feelings, depending on the concept or situation.

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