Aria Dean • Parker Ito • Jacqueline de Jong

September 16 – October 28, 2017

PARKER ITO
Olivia reading

2017
Oil on linen
32 x 24 in / 81.3 x 61 cm

On plane air

Installation view
Château Shatto at Air de Paris, Paris

ARIA DEAN
Dead Zone (3)

2017
Cotton branch, polyurethane, bell jar, wood, signal jammer
13.25 (height) x 12.5 (diameter) in / 33.7 x 31.75 cm

On plane air

Installation view
Château Shatto at Air de Paris, Paris

JACQUELINE DE JONG
Chemin Perdu de la Chasse Frustrée

1987
Oil on canvas
78.69 x 114.13 in / 200 x 290 cm

On plane air

Installation view
Château Shatto at Air de Paris, Paris

JACQUELINE DE JONG
Off Season

1986
Oil on canvas
78.69 x 114.13 in / 200 x 290 cm

PARKER ITO
The Bathroom Keys

2017
Oil on linen
32 x 24 in / 81.3 x 61 cm

On plane air

Installation view
Château Shatto at Air de Paris, Paris

PARKER ITO
Orchids

2017
Oil on linen
16 x 12 in / 40.6 x 30.5 cm

JACQUELINE DE JONG
Passage de Paysage

1987
Oil on craft paper and raw canvas
39.31 x 27.5 in / 100 x 70 cm

Château Shatto is delighted to be hosted by Air de Paris at 32 rue Louise Weiss for our next exhibition, On Plane Air, opening September 15 from 6–9pm. Aria Dean, Parker Ito and Jacqueline de Jong will be presented alongside Rob Pruitt’s exhibition, You Get the Face You Deserve

ARIA DEAN
Aria Dean, born in 1993, lives and works in Los Angeles. Dean is an artist, writer and assistant curator of net art at Rhizome. Graduating from Oberlin College in 2015, Dean’s contributions have since been published by The New Inquiry and Artforum. Recent prominent essays include Closing the Loop and Poor Meme, Rich Meme. She runs the Los Angeles project space As It Stands.

PARKER ITO
www.parkerito.com

JACQUELINE DE JONG
Jacqueline De Jong, born in 1939 in Hengelo, Netherlands, lives and works in Amsterdam. In 1962, she left the Situationist International and became more closely involved with the German-based Spur group. At the same time, she commenced editing and publishing the magazine The Situationist Times (1962-67). Her oeuvre, mostly deployed in painting, has been the subject of a solo exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, and has been included in exhibitions at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen, and the University Museum of Contemporary Art, Amherst. FromSeptember 15th, she will present a solo exhibition of her jewelry titled You Say Potato at Mini Masterpiece Gallery in Paris, and will participate in Sie sagen wo rauch ist, ist auch feuer at Kunsthalle in Bern, from August 12th to October 1st, 2017.

Image: Jacqueline de Jong, Off Season, 1986. Oil on canvas. 200 x 290 cm