Denise Bibro Fine Art

Linda Lippa: Fleeting Moments

Linda Lippa: Fleeting Moments

night by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Night, 2009

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carousel by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Carousel, 2010

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mardi gras by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Mardi Gras, 2010

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cafe by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Cafe, 2010

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love act by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Love Act, 2009

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taxi by linda lippa

Linda Lippa

Taxi, 2010

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Thursday, October 21, 2010Saturday, November 20, 2010


New York, NY USA

Opens October 21 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Denise Bibro Fine Art is pleased to present Linda Lippa: Fleeting Moments, on view in our adjunct gallery, Space 4, October 21 – November 20, 2010. Lippa’s new series of oils examines contemporary culture’s state of continuous motion. She posits the notion that we have lost the ability to punctuate time, and that our individual experiences are no longer distinct, but instead blend into the miasma that is the passage of time. Juxtaposing highly rendered backgrounds with blurred subjects in the foreground, the artist conveys the sense of speed and perpetual motion that is our present day reality. Many canvases depict night scenes, providing the added drama of neon, and the luminous glow of car and street lights.

Lippa’s recent group exhibitions include Zimmerli Museum, New Brunswick, NJ, which acquired a painting for their collection; UBS Art Gallery, NYC; Dana Gallery, Newark, NJ; Longview Museum, Longview, TX; Belskie Museum, Closter, NJ; Traveling the Carolinas, National Association of Women Artists, NYC; Cambridge Art Association, MA; Cornell Museum, Del Ray, FL. Recent solo exhibitions include the Museo de Arte Acariqua-Araure in Venezuela; Gallery Galou, NYC; Gallery on the Vineyard, Martha’s Vineyard, MA; Gallery Magritte, Tucson, AZ; Edward Williams Gallery, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and John Harms Center for the Arts, all in NJ. Lippa’s notices include Art News, The New York Times, Gallery and Studio, Forbes Magazine, and The Bergen Record of NJ. Her work is included in both private and public collections.