has a piece up at the Renwick in This Present Moment. I love ceramics and her work foregrounds chance in this media in a way I haven’t encountered in a minute (plus- obviously- they are very painterly)
is featured in Wild Pigment Project. Founded by Oregon artist Tilke Elkins in 2019, the project sprang from a question: What does it mean for artists of all kinds to work with materials that they gather themselves in wild places.
recently put together Almost Everything is Going Well as the Painting Center.
contributes Abstraction by the Numbers over at Two Coats, a perspective piece that begs a question about representation of non-representative work.
Parker Gallery, who champions under-recognized artists, presents What Is It which is a fantastic show title.
Chemists call glass an amorphous solid. Positioned between states of matter, it features a slightly tweaked, irregular molecular fabric that deviates from the crystalline compositions forming other types of hardened material. Like plastics and gels, glass is defined by a structural ambiguity at the most granular level, one split between strict organization and total disorder.In Kristi Cavataro’s current exhibition, the artist seems to have taken her signature material’s idiosyncratic makeup as a cue for her sculptures’ beguiling forms.
has new work at Pamela Salisbury Gallery through 11/27/22.
I first ran across Jaime on Abstraction in Action, a broad and dynamic platform dedicated to the promotion and research of contemporary abstract art from Latin America.