Volta New York (2018)

Julian! You’ll Never Believe It (2018), Oil, oil stick, acrylic, enamel, found U.S. Postal sack & fabric on canvas, 206x183cm
Shredder, Where’s My New Body? (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel, spray, found feed sack & fabric on canvas, 173x140cm
The Ballad of Bebop & Rocksteady (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel, gouache, found Campbell’s Soup bag & fabric on canvas, 173x140cm
I Got Some Crows Feet That Need Stomping (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel, gouache & fabric on canvas, 173x140cm
Let the Boy Spin! (2018), Oil, oil stick, acrylic, enamel & fabric on canvas, 152x122cm
Help Me, Elvis! (2018), Oil, oil stick, acrylic, enamel, leather & fabric on canvas, 173x140cm
Congrats Prince Harry & (mumbles a name) (2018), Oil, oil stick, spray, acrylic, enamel & fabric on canvas, 152x122cm
I’m All About Roy Orbison & Crown Moulding (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel & fabric on canvas, 127x107cm
Those Meddling Turtles (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel, found feed sack & fabric on canvas, 152x122cm
Retreat to Dimension X (2018), Oil stick, acrylic, enamel & fabric on canvas, 127x107cm
Volta New York (2018)
New York, NY / Pier 90
Solo: Jonni Cheatwood 
7-11 March 2018
Booth D-19

We are excited to be exhibiting at Volta New York for the 5th year in a row. This year, we will be exhibiting a solo presentation of new work by BEERS artist Jonni Cheatwood. More information will be forthcoming; however, in the meantime please visit the Volta New York website here and for any inquiries kindly email info@beerslondon.com. 
Jonni Cheatwood  is a Brazilian-American visual artist working across many different disciplines including painting, photography, graphic design and fashion. Cheatwood’s work describes the broad visual ideas stemming from still life, abstraction and minimalism. The graffiti-like scribbles, scratches and primitive colours of Cheatwood’s work is the controlled chaotic work of an erudite, expressionist. Beginning with direct marks, squiggles and doodles Cheatwood reacts and builds compositions over time, working with the studio and the detritus that can build up as a result of working on the floor. Intuitively embracing, repeating and then responding to the marks, both intentional and accidental, that can occur all the while drawing on references to still life, interactions of color, text and graffiti Cheatwood stitches together an autobiographical reflection of his perceived experience of the city in which he lives.

JONNI CHEATWOOD [b. 1986, Thousand Oaks, CA]  graduated from Arizona State University. Solo Exhibitions include: ‘Strange To Meet You’, Tappan, LA (2017) and ‘Don’t Lift Your Heroes Up So High’, Palabra, Phoenix (2015). Selected group exhibitions include: ‘Pop-Up at the Refinery’, Mika Gallery, New York (2017) and ‘Rema Hort Foundation’, Nicodim Gallery, LA (2017) and has recently exhibited with BEERS in a group show, entitled, '75 Works of Paper' in Nov/Dec 2017. Cheatwood currently lives and works in LA.