Is in The Subject is the Line at Thompson Giroux Gallery with Holly and Mark and others.
Is in Front Burner along with George and Ashlynn and Barbara and Donald
I felt like I’d seen Carlos’s work before seeing the first piece below in #surmoderno. A little internet searching turned up some things that… yeah, I’m sure I’ve seen these in popular culture, definitely the ones in Houston. His work focused (he’s no longer with us) on the kinetic energy of color particularly the #moiré effect.
Like Suzanne, Etel 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…
One of the most compelling facets of abstract painting for me are formally similar but conceptually dissimilar works. Martina paints an urban energy where Gunther seeks to emote the experience of being a German.
The feature image for this Artforum announcement caught my eye since it’s new to me, although I’m familiar with Judd’s 2D work. I am inspired to spend some time reading this week some of what Judd “wrote extensively on the importance of land preservation, empirical knowledge, and engaged citizenship.”
I’ve told you all repeatedly to read Hyperallergic on the reg- see why?
Hashtags plus IG is a fun way to meet new work (new to me- if you’re hip to these already, you know what’s up).
I’ve followed Kathryn on IG for a while (I’m not alone with 39k follows)- she’s shown with Heather Day and recently made below as part of a residency at Pada Studios.
Discovered Stephen while reading Two Coats review of Gary Peterson’s newest work. Check out his site.
I think it’s interesting to post two artists side by side some time- in this case because they use a similar approach to mark making with different results.
Found Louise’s Instagram profile via a hashtag and she has of course has a site.
Rusty is in both places, too.