Héloïse Chassepot (b. 1995, Paris; lives and works in London) completed studies at Haute école d’art et de design, Geneva; University of Geneva, Switzerland; and gained her MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2022. She shows work with Downs and Ross.
Jeane’s paintings suffuse immediacy and wild vitality, recording her process of integrating perceptions, imaginal experiences, and emotions into the picture plane. The high-energy compositions and swirling pictorial conglomerates move into and out of abstraction, at times densely filled, reading as a painterly continuum, and at others, as clusters of marks set in somewhat barren surroundings.
Hyperallergic uses the occasion of a new book on Manoucher to discuss how this Iranian Poet became an American action painter.
Hyperallergic featured a fantastic write-up recently on the great lie which is still too prevelant that the “important” AbEx painters were all male. Perle’s contribution is noted and like Jay she is (posthumously) included in Women and the Void.
is one of several artists who is (posthumously) featured in Women and The Void: Abstract Expressionism on Paper at Huxley-Parlour Gallery. Like Michael and Bingo, Mary Joan Defoe used a male-gendered nickname during the male-dominated era in which she began making work.
Messagier is often associated with Lyrical abstraction, Tachisme (like Oliviér and André), Nuagisme, Art informel and paysagisme abstrait, though the artist himself had never accepted any labels, and had always refused the distinction between abstraction and figuration.