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).
Artforum notes that Erik’s …”incorporation of anonymous found surfaces as compositional elements in painting has occupied a central place in his work…” and that “… Lindman states, his practice and methods are the most efficient means he has discovered to create a space of reflection and contemplation for viewers to generate their own meanings.“
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).
Artforum notes an online solo exhibition at White Cube of recent jute sack paintings by Ibrahim Mahama. “In these works, Mahama continues his interrogation of the principle that by engaging with the failures of the past it is possible to ignite new value systems for the future. By so doing, there is the potential to engender economic change that would lead to labor reforms. Produced in his native Ghana with the help of “collaborators,” the jute sacks from which the paintings are created point to histories of trade and commerce and the personal stories of their handlers…”
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…”
Recent (to me) IG hashtag find.