Film by Eric Minh Swenson.

CULVER CITY, Calif. – June 10, 2013 – Hinge Modern gallery, a full-service art advisory and collection management company located at 8545 Washington Boulevard in Culver City, made its public debut with a grand opening reception on the evening of Saturday, June 8, 2013. Hinge Modern’s inaugural exhibition – “Marks” – features a new body of work by painter Zhenya Gershman. “Marks” remains on exhibition through July 13, 2013 by appointment only with Hinge Modern’s director and curator, Caspar Martin.

Gershman’s “Marks” is a living portrait changing over time. Centered around Snyder as a human specimen, the ability to look at each of the multiple sittings spanning more than a decade not only allows the viewer to be a part of the aging process of the body, but to experience a type of travel through time, space, and the many states and dimensions of the human soul.

For “Marks,” Martin has created a special installation that supports Gershman’s art by draping the gallery walls with translucent fabric and suspending the artworks. Because Gershman added the element of wings to her most recent paintings of Snyder, resulting in a true metamorphosis of his anatomy, Martin’s objective is to amplify their sensation of levitation.

About Hinge Modern

Located in a high-ceilinged, beautifully lighted space in the heart of the Culver City Art District, Hinge Modern is a unique art gallery dedicated exclusively to solo exhibitions by contemporary artists, both emerging and established, working in all mediums. Inspired by the practical and elegant creation, the hinge, Hinge Modern’s vision is to offer a space that connects each artist’s full body of work to the audience that fills it. Hinge Modern is also a full-service art advisory and collection management company that works with both novice and savvy collectors through a genuine and ambitious sense of discovery. For more information, to book an appointment and to see a complete list of upcoming exhibitions, please visit the Hinge Modern website.

About Zhenya Gershman

Zhenya Gershman was born in Moscow, Russia. She held her first solo exhibition in St. Petersburg, Russia at age 14, and was a subject of the TV Documentary “Our Generation,” a project dedicated to searching for the five most talented teenagers in Russia. The youngest student to be admitted to Otis Art Institute, Zhenya graduated with honors and later received her Master’s of Fine Arts from Art Center College of Design. Today, Zhenya’s work is featured in such preeminent, and private and public collections as Donald Simon (Chagall, Picasso and other 20th century masterworks), The J. Paul Getty Research Institute (collector’s archives) and Richard Weisman (American modern and contemporary art).

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