Tag: Abstract painting


Last chance to see “Colorfield Remix” in DC

CBSnews.com reported: “A city-wide celebration called “Colorfield Remix” features some 30 different exhibits honoring the homegrown Washington Color School. The Washington Color School was in it’s heyday in the 1960s and was comprised of a small group of painters who were making big, bright works known as Color Field paintings: […]


Abstract painting in NYC: two group shows open tonight

Late Liberties, John Connelly Presents625 West 27th Street, 212-337-9563; July 12 – August 24, 2007Late Liberties is organized by artist and curator Augusto Arbizo in collaboration with John Connelly. �Much maligned and critiqued – and often used as strategy for conceptually based work – abstraction has been largely banished to […]


Blood paintings

In the Hartford Courant, Matt Eagan writes about the new show at Real Art Ways: “Jordan Eagles uses animal blood from slaughterhouses to create his art. He knows how this sounds, but those expecting the art equivalent of the “Saw” movies will be disappointed. This is not a horror show. […]


Wrangling over Rudolf Stingel

Leslie Camhi in the Village Voice: �Zigzagging between figuration and abstraction, his disparate oeuvre is filled with conceptual antics, optical pleasures, and abject traces of his melancholy presence…. At times visually dazzling, his work is also strangely off-putting�flirting on the one hand with decay, and on the other with pure […]

Solo Shows

The accumulated weight of experience

Richard Rhodes on the new abstraction: “Painting has regained its relevancesocially and professionally. It has re-established a life for images beyond photography and the mass media. It stands as an alternative to conceptualist artmaking. Once buried by art theory, it has returned to reconnect with centuries of art and to […]