Posts Tagged ‘ painting ’

Miriam Cahn’s Alluring, Angry Art

Miriam Cahn, “ohne titel, 11.5.17” (2017), oil on canvas, 17.32 x 13.4 inches

If some of Cahn’s images are unexpected or unsettling, it is because, quite simply, they are the expressions of a very self-aware woman’s unapologetic point of view.

Source: Miriam Cahn’s Alluring, Angry Art

Liu Xiaodong Interview: We Humans are Strange Animals – YouTube

Zeitgeist Spam: Sandow Birk, “The Triumph of Fear”(2017) acrylic on canvas; 46 x 54 inches

Sandow Birk, “The Triumph of Fear”(2017) acrylic on canvas; 46 x 54 inches

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: Sandow Birk, “The Triumph of Fear”(2017) acrylic on canvas; 46 x 54 inches

New Work: Etel Adnan – with Interview · SFMOMA

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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Artist Dana Schutz Takes Back Her Painterly Name

The Visible World, 2018. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Petzel, New York.

Her canvasses are hyper-assertive, full of operatic grandeur, self-mocking turbulence, disfigured hideousness and the psychopathology of her figures.

Source: Artist Dana Schutz Takes Back Her Painterly Name

Jorge Costa, “Hypha – Spitzenkoerper #1” (2018) – from Open Call NXNE 2019 on view at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center January 12 – March 2, 2019

Jorge Costa, “Hypha – Spitzenkoerper #1” (2018), acrylic and ink on Yupo paper, 76 inches x 100 inches.

from Open Call NXNE 2019, on view at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center January 12 – March 2, 2019. www.brattleboromuseum.org

Demotic Abstraction with a Twist

Barbara Takenaga, “The Edge” (2018), acrylic on linen, 54 x 45 inches (all images courtesy DC Moore Gallery)

By concentrating on detail, which is a central feature of Barbara Takenaga’s work, she has gone against the reductive tendencies of Minimalism that still haunt painting.

Source: Demotic Abstraction with a Twist