Two Coats says (about Bethany’s newest at Massey Klein), while resolutely abstract from a strictly visual standpoint, Czarnecki’s work metaphorically zones in on human contact and cognitive limitation.
Juxtapoz has some images up of Scott’s work process for below as well as an interview.
Konvergenz (article by Boooom) shows Rots has some formalist tendencies.
(From above- Tachisme “is often considered to be the European equivalent to abstract expressionism, although there are stylistic differences (American abstract expressionism tended to be more “aggressively raw” than tachisme). It was part of a larger postwar movement known as Art Informel (or Informel), which abandoned geometric abstraction in favour of a more intuitive form of expression, similar to action painting.“)
has new work up at NOMA (through the end of the year) that examines the legacy of plantation economies and their relationship to the environmental and infrastructural issues of our current age.
Leonardo Drew is a contemporary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. He creates sculptures from natural materials and through processes of oxidation, burning, and decay, Drew transforms these objects into massive sculptures that critique social injustices and the cyclical nature of existence.
I saw one at the Perez in Miami a few years ago and was blown away.