From May 2 to June 2, Andrei Roiter will present his third solo exhibition with the Jack Hanley Gallery, the first to be held in the gallery’s new Manhattan location. The exhibition will include paintings, sculptures, and photos by Roiter all relating to the theme of travel as it pertains both to escaping the real world and discovering and exploring new things. Roiter admires images and ideas with great longevity, affecting their viewers and listeners long after their creation. In this exhibit, he approached these age-old images and thoughts with the demeanor of a tourist, looking to collect, to create meaning and, eventually, a selfhood out of the amalgamation of fragments or souveniers. It has been two decades since Roiter’s previous exhibit for the Jack Hanley Gallery in San Francisco, and since then the artist has traveled and exhibited internationally cultivating his nostalgic aesthetic.
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY, May 2 – June 2
Emily Kirkpatrick for The Untitled Magazine