Archives for posts tagged ‘painting’

Amanda Curreri

Amanda Curreri Work from COUNTRY HOUSE_ at Romer Young Gallery. “Curreri currently resides in a purple state in a city imprinted with the socio-geography of American racism. Cincinnati, OH is nestled along the Ohio River, which in antebellum times signified the dividing line between the North and South. Teaching and making art in this context […]

Alex Gardner

Alex Gardner Work from RomCom at The Hole. “Welcome to Alex Gardner’s 1st solo show in New York, “RomCom”, featuring fourteen new acrylic on linen paintings by the Long Beach-based artist. His entangled ink-black bodies are draped with dramatically folding white cotton separates and posed in pastel environments where the reflections of color produce subtle […]

Lucas Knipscher

Lucas Knipscher Work from his oeuvre. “…Second Mouse’ (2012) is a collection of paintings made using photographic emulsion slathered onto sewn fabric, haphazardly folded and slung over stretchers like poorly stapled, casual paintings. Exchanging canvas for two swatches of fabric sewn down the middle, these art works channel the cotton and wool wall pieces of […]

Vera Kox and Dag Erik Elgin

from s Vera Kox and Dag Erik Elgin Work from Temporary forms and permanent doubts @ Gallerie Opdahl.

William Pope.L

William Pope.L Work from “Gold People Shit In Their Valet” at Catherine Bastide, Brussels. “Pope.L’s new exhibition at Galerie Catherine Bastide Gold People Shit In Their Valet, titled after one of the new paintings featured in the show, will present five large-scale paintings on canvas and twenty smaller ones on paper closely related to the […]

Johnny Abrahams

Johnny Abrahams Work from his oeuvre. “On first encounter with Abrahams’ work one lets oneself slide comfortably into comparison with known oscillators of our viewing pleasure… Riley, Albers, Vasarely, Stanczack, Biggs and Collings and Cruz Diaz amongst others. There is a continuity of tradition evident, however, with each successive artist having the advantage of hindsight, […]

Mary Weatherford

Mary Weatherford Work from her oeuvre. “Mary Weatherford was sitting in the middle of Los Angeles’s David Kordansky Gallery the day before the opening of her show “Los Angeles” (extended through June 28), her first with the gallery, inspecting her new paintings. Hanging on the walls were large color-driven abstract paintings, each with a neon […]

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance Work from “No Aloha” at Rachel Uffner, New York. “Rachel Uffner Gallery is pleased to present No Aloha, its first solo exhibition with Strauss Bourque-LaFrance. Bourque-LaFrance’s interdisciplinary practice combines painting, sculpture, and performance, and merges disparate fields and influences, from interior and stage design to film and comics, exploring desire, memory, and estrangement in […]

Mike Womack

Mike Womack Work from his oeuvre. “In his fourth exhibition with the gallery, Mike Womack presents 14 works of sculpture that act as mnemonic mausoleums. This body of work was conceived in the winter of 2011, while the artist was caring for his ailing mother, who was struggling with long and short term memory. Having […]

Megan Francis Sullivan

   Megan Francis Sullivan Work from “Dropping Syllables” at Matthew, Berlin. “On the exterior of Mathew, the colors of the Jamaican flag wrap the side window, projecting to the surrounding neighborhood. In the moment of the FIFA World Cup, flags call messages throughout the cityscape.   Based on a version of artist Tom Burr’s Screens, […]