Was checking out Mimi at Carvalho Park and saw Guillaume and Derrick were in Order and Vertigo together.
Two Coats gallery guide (which I love to read and feel jealous of all of you who live in NYC) notes The Subsuming Ellipse at Carvalho Park. The work is fiber-based.
Artsy says if you like Cy you’ll like Joanne and Arturo and Bryan.
is an Anonymous Was A Woman grant winner (along with Virginia)
Caught in #minute16 ‘s IG feed.
is in Triple Play at with Erin and Paolo
More (he also has content on SoundCloud)
Structure and Imagery has an interview with the Brooklyn-based painter titled Let the Painting Build Itself.
Reading about Tamina made me think about other artists that have exercised figurative and abstract modalities simultaneously (in Gerhard’s case with high visibility).
Lydia has been a fav for a while. I’ve thought of her as related to Light and Space with work like below, and much of her work is also minimalist as Sophie Haigney at Artsy notes when calling our attention to the rich history of women artists whose work is of this modality.
Xavier Hufkens at Artsy has words about Tracey’s newest. Known for more literal work, these newest are abstractions if not abstraction (“…rather than painting literal depictions of precise events, Emin captures the emotions they awaken”).
Two Coats has words about Ventura’s latest one-person exhibition at Proto Gomez
When Juxtapoz pays attention so do I. Since I wasn’t familiar with this legend by name (though we all have likely seen some of his production- I know I’ve listened to Psyence Fiction a lot), I did some more reading as well.