Juxtapoz says that many people would argue that replicating the views of reality is a waste of paint as a medium, which I feel glad to say excludes me. Regardless you should (always) read their content and check out Jarvis whose abstracted images aren’t necessarily abstraction and worth the look.
Dorothy shows with Gallery Gondwana– below is on exhibit currently at SAM.
(Artoforum says) Paul’s sculptures and light installations unite the handmade and high-tech.
First saw Shinique on Artsy.
Has a solo show up at The Shed. Below is older work and see her site for more.
(who is no longer with us) is featured in Expanded Painting at the Philly Museum of Art.
Artforum notes that Galerie Lelong & Co. is presenting “Throughlines: Assemblages and Works on Paper from the 1960s to the 1990s,” a selection of works by the late artist. Her Wood Pictures began in New York and further developed in Düren, Germany during Thompson’s self-imposed exile.
Is one of the artists featured in Artsy’s Portrayals of Black Community (I first saw her at the last Armory Show)
I have known about Jason Moran’s work as a jazz musician and written about what I see as a major similarity between abstract paintings and jazz (that modality and content are one and the same). Apparently he feels that in some sense, since he makes abstract paintings himself.