Artist: Eliot Greenwald
Title: Night Car (Confrontation)
Medium: Acrylic on Shaped Canvas
Size: 10 x 8 Inches
Notes: Hand Signed, Dated and Titled on Verso of Shaped Canvas. Originally exhibited at Taymour Grahne Projects.
Eliot Greenwald's artwork revolves around the harmonious and symbiotic relationship that unfolds between 'Night Car' and 'Dweeby Dimlight.' Within this artistic narrative, 'Night Car' is personified by the iconic image of a car, while 'Dweeby Dimlight' finds its representation in the form of two planets enveloped by their shared celestial environment. This captivating narrative not only explores the connections between objects but also delves into the profound interplay between narrative and its subjects.
'Night Car,' with its autonomous agency, propels itself forward and extends an open invitation to any willing passenger. Once its doors close, it continues its journey without interruption, refusing to halt or reopen. As the night unfolds, a continuous, almost hypnotic hum resonates in the background, setting the tone for the narrative.
On the other side of this cosmic narrative, 'Dweeby Dimlight' presides, its celestial bodies radiating a gentle glow in close proximity. Serenely silent yet deeply nurturing, 'Dweeby Dimlight' occasionally opens its cosmic maw, swallowing 'Night Car' whole, passengers and all, with a sense of contentment. Remarkably, 'Night Car' resurfaces unfailingly, each time reborn and empty, yet ever willing to offer its services once again. 'Dweeby Dimlight' maintains its role as the silent cosmic guardian, ready to embrace 'Night Car' anew with each cycle of their eternal narrative.
In this evocative interplay between objects and their narrative, Eliot Greenwald's work not only highlights the harmonious relationship between 'Night Car' and 'Dweeby Dimlight' but also delves into the profound interplay between storytelling and the elements within the narrative itself."
Eliot Greenwald, born in 1983, originally hails from the vibrant city of Portland, Maine, where he spent his formative years nurturing his artistic vision. Later, he found his creative haven in the charming town of Ashfield, Massachusetts, where he currently resides, passionately pursuing his artistic endeavors.
As a self-taught artist of exceptional talent, Greenwald's work has transcended geographic boundaries, gracing galleries not only across the United States but also on the international stage. He takes immense pride in his association with Harper's in the iconic art hub of New York City, where his artistic journey has found a dedicated home. His solo exhibitions have graced renowned venues such as Harper's (NYC), Taymour Grahne Projects (London), and Hesse Flatow (NYC), underscoring his artistic prominence on the global art scene.
Greenwald's artistry has been prominently featured in a multitude of prestigious events, including the 'Reflections: Human/Nature' exhibition at Gana Contemporary in Seoul, South Korea. His work has also been thoughtfully selected as part of curatorial showcases at Art Central HK, further cementing his influence in the international art sphere. Excitingly, his upcoming shows will include solo exhibitions with Best Western/Marvin Gardens and Harper’s in New York City.
Eliot's artistry has been widely recognized and celebrated, earning him a distinguished place in the art world's spotlight. His work has been prominently featured in publications such as Art Maze Magazine and Let’s Panic, and he has received accolades and acclaim from esteemed platforms including Juxtapoz, It’s Nice That, and Art News.
Artist: Eliot Greenwald