Like Suzanne, Eten probably doesn’t consider herself a formalist. The textual richness of her subject is belied by the image in the article above so see more…
Although I don’t paint an interpersonal iconography I am perpetually fascinated by those who do. So glad the pictures in the article above were crap because it lead me to read more about this quite interesting #blackartist.
The exceptional #lizziecheathammcnairy at #matronsandmistresses has a great interview up in the context Claire’s last show at #sococharlotte, which includes some really sublime, new abstract pieces.
Carol’s work at Biennale was some of my favorite- she now has a new monograph! Would love to see her and Anna collaborate!
Two of my faves from undergrad, didn’t realize they had a show together in the late ’90s.
I hope I get to see one of Sarah’s installations soon (she shows with Tanya Bonakdar). Her paintings are pretty fantastic also.
Interesting to see how some artists’ work evolves off the canvas/paper into a physical form. I hope I get to see one of these up close at some point.
Those of you who drive past North Hills in Raleigh on the reg have seen Donald’s piece in the NCMA’s Art Window in the BOA building. As someone who loves Fabian Marcaccio’s paintants and Roy Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes, these make me super super happy. Check out more of them!
Ran across this artist because I follow the tag #hardedgepainting on Instagram*, and was not surprised to find we like a lot of the same color field painters. I encourage you to visit his website and peep some of the videos that shows the work over time. *He also has an Instagram feed.
Ran across a piece by this Chicago artist while Tumblr’ing. He has a show up right now in Portland, as well as an Instagram feed that has a video of one of these assemblages up close.