Corridor Contemporary debuts Anthony Rondinone’s first solo exhibition, “Sunny Days & Lonely Nights”.
Anthony Rondinone showcases his works of art in his very first solo exhibition at Corridor Contemporary gallery. The artist dives into his experiences of being a kid from the Bronx, New York, and being able to understand life from different perspectives through the depiction of his paintings. Growing up, Rondinone witnessed the lives of people from two completely different worlds but were actually way closer to one another than thought. The theme of his collection on display, “Sunny Days & Lonely Nights” portrays the dynamic between classism and how this distorts our view of one another, and perhaps even ourselves.
A former musician, Anthony Rondinone uses his art as another outlet of expression and as a way to talk about the real struggles of real people, no matter who they are or where they come from. We are all characters in our own life stories, with so much life. We are often judged by things that appear on the surface but in reality, we all want to be understood, longing to connect and belong. The artist’s message to the world is simple: “Love each other.”
Celebrate Rondinone’s first solo exhibition and get lost in his work, pondering its meanings and then find a little bit of yourself in it.
Anthony Rondinone’s “Sunny Days & Lonely Nights” will be on exhibit at Corridor Contemporary from July 8 through August 28. The gallery is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.