Another IG find, also courtesy of Martha.
gets a mention in this Artsy article along with Thomas.
More (about his non-abstract work)
made the work that is the featured image for this good read on the history of psychedelia in the arts.
BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981- read on to learn about Jordan’s diasporic landscapes (which are abstractions if not abstraction).
Posting about Rosie recently made me realize that I should look into the quilting “movement” from Gee’s Bend. This article has some more context on the medium’s recent impacts.
(also, and, for those interested in movements in material art here’s the post I did on the women of Bauhaus)
Caught below in Curator Kate’s IG feed thanks to Martha.
Karen Schifano at Two Coats notes Kim participating in Side to Side with Emily.
Hyperallergic notes about Joan’s newest “ …few artists unlock black’s buzzing potential better than Joan…” (I also think of Pierre when I contemplate the use of the chroma black).
Merrill- like Irene– is in Blurring Boundaries.