TURN is pleased to inaugurate our Parlour Room with Scenes from the Park, a solo exhibition by Paul Inglis.

Scenes from the Park shares with the viewer a grouping of recent sculptures by Inglis which he knows as urban forms. Inglis’ daily practice includes walking his native Boston observing, sketching and abstracting the landscapes of parks and seaports. Exploring the liminal space between reality and memory he transforms his reflections of boats, buildings, and fountains into small scale geometric color-wrapped wooden structures. These forms are then housed inside painted boxes which create a stage for each performer drawing the observer into a minimalistic microcosm forged by Inglis’ delicate hand. Through his reductive process and by employing the psychological effects of color Kandinsky defined, each work by Inglis extends the offer of a collaborative experience by beginning a story the spectator finishes.

Scenes from the Park will open January 14th from 12–7pm along with our group exhibition Nostalgia in the main gallery space with artists Hiroya Kurata, Karyn Lyons and James Ulmer. Both exhibitions will be on view until February 27th. We are located on the 2nd floor of 32 East 68th street, New York NY 10065. The gallery is open Wednesday- Saturday 12- 6pm. All visitors must wear a mask and maintain at least 6 feet distance from others while in the gallery and its corridors. For further information or appointments contact Annika at ap@turngallerynyc.com