I first encountered Irene’s mathematically-inspired work when looking at a write up about
Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists, 1936 – Present on view now at South Bend Museum of Art (which also includes Alice and Esphyr).
says about his newest which Artforum notes that “these paintings have been made through a pandemic, through a civil unrest in my country, and now through fires ablaze all around me. The title “Nobody’s Baby” eludes to a longing for guidance, and a need for stablity and intimacy…”
I first encountered
Edwin’s work through Prosaic (which you should be following on IG if you aren’t). Looks like he’s a Beep Prize winner.
Edwin is a Beep Prize winner.
Hyperallergic choses Dan for their newest
beer with a painter.
More (older work)
Artforum has an
interview with Gabriel(who doesn’t always practice abstraction, like Sanford and Myra) up in the context of his newest (which they’ve also written about)
shows at Vielmeter in LA along with Amy. I’ve been enjoying the works on paper from his IG feed of late.
Recent (to me) IG hashtag find.
has a nice write up about a retrospective of Latiff’s Pago Pago series from the ‘60s which are as you can see top shelf modernism.
A colleague suggested
Katherine to me recently.
shows at David Richard along with Andrew and Matthew and others.