KYLE FIELD in Group Show at New Image Art

June 21st, 2008

Kyle Field has two new pieces on exhibit in the group show “Ginger,” at New Image Art Gallery . Also on display: new work by Tauba Auerbach, Sean Cassidy, Nico Dios, Keegan McHargue, Devendra Banhart, Cleon Peterson, Leigh Ledare and Antti Laitnen.

The show is up through July 12.


March 26th, 2008

Taylor De Cordoba presents:


featuring new work by:
Kimberly Brooks, Frohawk Two Feathers, Kyle Field, Charlene Liu & Jeana Sohn.

Saturday March 29
Sunday March 30

Le Parker Meridian
118 W. 57th St.
New York, NY 10019

To schedule a viewing appointment contact Heather Taylor

Kyle Field Exhibition Opens in Paris

January 22nd, 2008

Kyle Field: Old Spirits
January 19 – February 16, 2008
Cardenas Bellanger
43, rue Quincampoix, 75004 Paris, France
t/f. +33 [0]1 48 87 47 65


December 4th, 2007

Taylor De Cordoba is thrilled to be participating in Aqua Art Miami 2007 at the Aqua Hotel.

Fair dates:
December 6- 9

Exhibiting works by…
Sasha Bezzubov + Jessica Sucher
Kimberly Brooks
Ryan Callis
Frohawk Two Feathers
Kyle Field
Timothy Hull
Charlene Liu
Melissa Manfull
Claire Oswalt
Jeana Sohn

Aqua Art Miami

November 27th, 2007

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to be participating in the Aqua Hotel Art Fair next week in Miami. The gallery will be featuring new work by Kimberly Brooks, Jeana Sohn, Kyle Field, Claire Oswalt, Sasha Bezzubov + Jessica Sucher and Melissa Manfull. Fair dates: December 5, 12-4PM, December 6/7/8, 11am-8pm, December 9, 12pm-5pm.

KYLE FIELD: There Are Two Eyes in Daetime

July 1st, 2006

Kyle Field : There Are Two Eyes in Daetime

July 1 – August 12, 2006

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to present There Are Two Eyes in Daetime, a new body of work by the musician and traveling artist, Kyle Field.  The exhibition will run from July 1 – August 12, 2006.  The gallery will host a reception for the artist on Saturday July 1 from 6-9PM.

Kyle Field’s world on paper is composed of images both familiar and utterly abstract.  Organic shapes coexist with primal figures in an expanding island of lines. His palette of deep browns, rich ochres, light pinks, sky blues, and emerald greens floats within a graphic network of pen and ink.  Sometimes we’ll see an amalgamation of images; abstract trees, faces, and shapes of nothingness, each emptying into the next. Everything seamlessly connects, implying a harmonious balance amidst imagery that is both elegant yet chaotic.  Field’s narratives lack a beginning, middle or end. They are simultaneously ordinary and utterly fantastical.  Is this a forest or is this Emerald City?  Are we on the beach or within a Candyland board?   It is most likely because Field himself is a wandering poet and highly talented musician (he is at the helm of the group Little Wings) that he is able to create worlds of such beauty that feel so completely of the moment.  There is nothing our eyes would rather feast on than the confections created by Kyle Field.