Saturday, August 17, 2019

thomas pathé

Thomas Pathé’s paintings strike an electric balance between the technological and the sublime.

caleb duarte

In graduate school, Caleb Duarte was advised that his socially conscious artwork was “not art-schoolish”- that it was more appropriate for art centers than for galleries or museums.

Sutton/Beres/Culler

The trio of artists is proving that, taken in small enough doses, what doesn’t kill you might just make you stronger.

alex couwenberg

Paintings created by Alex Couwenberg smudge the boundaries of modernist and post-modernist practice.

kimberly brooks

The paintings in “Technicolor Summer,” Kimberly Brooks’ latest solo show at Taylor de Cordoba, are shot through with vibrant bolts of color: jade, ultramarine and magenta course through the highlights and support the shadows in these paintings that feel like pages from a family album.

william lewis

William Lewis has never been a painter in a hurry. In the eleven years since moving to Boise, Idaho he has quietly worked away in his studio, taking in his new surroundings,
and excavating a complex of vernacular, esoteric and fine art sources.

siddarth parasnis

Contemporary artists have a complex, fraught relationship with art history...

roland reiss

Abstract painting has had plenty of passionate, articulate champions over the years, but few have exercised as much material inventiveness as Roland Reiss.

lauren davies

The work of San Francisco artist Lauren Davies harks back to her childhood visits to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museums, old-fashioned emporia of art, natural history, and science.

gronk

As a politically engaged artist, Gronk evolves projects with context as a constant consideration, and the manner of the two artists’ original meeting became integral.

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