Tina Kim announces Wook-Kyung is in Women in Abstraction at Centre Pompidou.
Caroline is a multidisciplinary artist from Outaouais, Quebec who recently was a Hopper Prize finalist (like Osamu and Amy).
You know you look at a lot of art when you get excited about seeing an artist you think is new to you in another artist’s feed and then you search them on IG and you already follow them.
Is, like Gemma and Kudditji, an Australian icon of abstraction.
I’ve followed Audrey’s IG feed for some time- the recently completed dyptich below is cleverly (and appropriately) title “No Touching.”
Nanda gets a shout out from Artforum (unfortunately because her six decade career as a conceptual and installation artist came to and end this month).
The online edition of Artforum points to Kaveri’s newest which inspired me to look for more.
I can see why Ron Linden paired Katy’s paintings and Coleen’s sculptures at Los Angeles Harbor College Fine Arts Gallery (as does Two Coats)- if meticulously flippant isn’t a phrase it should be.
Structure and Imagery notes Jeanne’s newest at #courttreegallery.
Diana is Syrian-born and NY-based. I first encountered her work at the Armory Show.
Artsy notes Candida’s newest work, which has left the wall- like Lien she is a Joan Mitchell foundation alumn.
Artforum- rightfully- notes Flora’s newest from her time in Venice in a space set up by #victorimiro “for invited artists to spend extended time in the historic city and make new bodies of work“. These are definitely abstractions although not clear she would call them nonrepresentational. Reminds me of Erin’s brushwork.
I’ve been glad to know about Prosaic’s IG feed. My most recent “find” there is Pen.
A few pages after learning about Ann Cathrin, I ran across the image below. Reading and looking more reveals she works through concepts as distinct bodies of work, changing her compositional strategy from time to time.