Jeremy Glogan

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

LED

oil on canvas 112 x 76 cm 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Fearless

oil on canvas 112 x 76 cm 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Red Mist

oil on canvas 112 x 76 cm 2002

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Sister Mabel's Way

oil on canvas 135 x 105 cm 2002

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Wingspan of The Nike Swoosh

oil on canvas 76 x 112cm 2002

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Victim Backdrop (by Merlin Carpenter & Jeremy Glogan)

acrylic on canvas approx 400 x 300 cm 2002

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

When in Doubt Blame The Victim

Galerie Bleich-Rossi, Graz 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

When in Doubt Blame The Victim

Galerie Bleich-Rossi, Graz 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

When in Doubt Blame The Victim (works left and centre by Merlin Carpenter)

Galerie Bleich-Rossi, Graz 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

When in Doubt Blame The Victim

Galerie Bleich-Rossi, Graz 2003

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

When in Doubt Blame The Victim

Galerie Bleich-Rossi, Graz 2003

Press Release / Poster

Merlin Carpenter / Jeremy Glogan. It comes, from the sublime it comes, the wind comes. Two painters scream at the void. Locked in combat, furtive and figurative, abstract and obscene. What kind of job is this anyway? Forget and bark at the moon – whose moon – yours, mine? Only one name never alerts the spellchecker and he’s still a boy. From boys to men…the two artists will create a living body of work consisting both of individual efforts and collaborations. The width of their ability will become distilled into a toxicity, exposed and deliberate. Throughout the production period the pair will attempt some difficult manoeuvres. If these don’t work out then they’ll try something else. To date their mutual concerns have included heavy metal, hard-edged abstract painting, eyes, splashy painting and ceramics. They are staggered to be sharing in Graz’s big moment as European City of Culture, a culture under attack from racists entering government across Europe as well as by corporate onslaught. Jeremy Glogan’s father was born in Vienna in 1923. Since 1989 Glogan has worked predominantly in London. He last showed at Bleich-Rossi in Jewels in Art, 2001 together with Merlin, Josephine Pryde and Sarah Staton. He has recently exhibited at The Trade Apartment, Brixton and WhiteCube, Bergen. He runs a space in East Dulwich called The Top Room which has put on shows by Michael Krebber, Nils Norman, Johnny Spencer as well as the mythically definitive 21st Gear. Merlin Carpenter is widely known in Styria for his work at Bleich-Rossi: Volvo in 2000, Jewels in Art and an earlier appearance in Fallen und Fallen Lassen, a show by Martin Kippenberger and his studio assistants in 1991. He has repeatedly exhibited in Europe and the US over the last fourteen years and had a major solo show at the Vienna Secession in 2000. He also occasionally writes and has been involved with the collaborative project Poster Studio. www.glogan.com www.merlincarpenter.com


exhibition by Jeremy Glogan