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Current + Past Exhibitions

5 June - 26 July 2014

In Ruins: Work by Julian Montague

exhibited as BT&C Gallery

Julian Montague is an artist and graphic designer known for his photography, design and installation work. In Ruins presents work that is an extension of Montague’s ongoing project entitled Secondary Occupants, which explores the relationship of insects and animals with architecture and ultimately how their observed behaviors conceptually relate to psychological, human models. Montague’s latest...

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6 February - 1 March 2014

BLOW

exhibited as BT&C Gallery

Blow is BT&C Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, featuring work by Amanda Besl, Millie Chen, Dennis Maher, and Julian Montague. The exhibition will be on view in the gallery’s temporary project space at 429 Rhode Island Street, Buffalo.

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Current + Past Exhibitions

11 April - 10 May 2019

Here We Are: Katherine McMahon, Gordon Shadrach, Adam Weekley

Here We Are, a show of painted portraits by Katherine McMahon (New York, NY), Gordon Shadrach (Toronto, Ontario), and Adam Weekley (Buffalo, NY).

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artwork hung on white gallery wall
21 February - 5 April 2019

Millie Chen: Matter

Millie Chen: Matter focuses on a body of work created in the past year, following the death of Chen’s mother. Included are works on paper and clayboard with abstract and figurative imagery created entirely of partially used cosmetics found in Chen’s mother’s home during the process of organizing and clearing her belongings. Chen has created...

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Acrylic painting, white space above geometric abstraction of black forms with a little bit of blue
12 JANUARY - 15 FEBRUARY 2019

Semi-Fictions: Recent Painting by Julian Montague

The paintings included in Semi-Fictions are pure geometric abstractions— bold, simple, compositions that no longer reference anything in reality. Montague has taken a cue from the hard-edged painters of the 1960s, while his palette often recalls two of the pioneers of geometric abstraction, Piet Mondrian and Kasimir Malevich. At the same time, Montague’s forms feel...

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