Downshifting - Group Exhibition by Ramon Irwin Bonilla


Exhibition: June 30 - July 23, 2017
Public Reception: June 30, 6-9 PM

Curated by Ramón Bonilla

Curated by Ramón Bonilla, Downshifting is a group exhibition that calls attention to the meditative quality of reductive art, which encompasses minimal, post-minimal, hard edge and geometrical work. Reductive art work is typically explored in terms of formal qualities like medium, rarely conjuring conversations that respond or reflect on political realities. For many artists around the globe, however, reductive work can provide a sanctuary from the hyperactivity and sensory-flooding that has come to be our everyday reality.

Working with 12 internationally-based abstract and minimalist artists, Downshifting will transform RedLine’s 6,000-square-foot exhibition hall into a sanctuary of abstract works with programming that explores sensory deprivation rather than spectacle and provocation.

Participating Artists:
Eltono (France)
Louyse Blyton (Australia)
Ramón Bonilla (Puerto Rico)
Sandra Fettingis (USA)
Andrew Huffman (USA)
Kristofer Hultenberg (Denmark)
Michael Mork (Denmark)
Gary Andrew Clarke (England)
Ashley Frazier (USA)
SEIKON (Poland) 
Hyland Mather (USA)
Frank T. Martinez (USA)

Image: Ramon Bonilla


UPDATE 2016 by Ramon Irwin Bonilla

Three of my pieces are included on

Accepted invitation from Hyland Mather of Andenken Gallery to become part of the Direction/Instruction - a traveling group exhibition showcasing an international group of artists who are focused on challenging uses of Geometry, Color, Composition, Text, Form and Ad Hoc materials.

Participated of Direction/Instruction group show at Paradigm Gallery + Studio in Philadelphia (August 26, 2016 – September 17, 2016).


Honored by with 1st 2016 Artslant Prize Showcase Winner - Installation Category

Curated show titled "(R)evolver" for Redline's 6th Annual Reach Studio Exhibition.

Participated with murals for Artopia 2016 and Doors Open Denver 2016.

Successfully participated of Redline's Annual Resident Art Show curated by Marisa Lerer and titled "Monumental". Received a compelling review by Michael Paglia of Westword