Tag: Thomas Nozkowski


Thomas Nozkowski has died

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Last week news spread through the New York art community that Thomas Nozkowski had died after a long fight with pancreatic cancer. Nozkowski was known for his colorful abstractions, often made on small canvas boards. His intimate, anti-heroic approach influenced a generation of abstract artists […]


Thomas Nozkowski describes a good day in the studio

At Gorky’s Grandaughter, watch Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy attempt to discuss Thomas Nozkowski’s work in progress during a recent studio visit. CJ: That one is pretty crazy! TN: Thank you! And later Nozkowski tells some funny stories about fat cats and curators. Another priceless interview from the guys at […]


Mothers’ Day linkfest: Bloggers on painting

Check out Joanne Mattera’s post on Thomas Nozkowski, Tomma Abts, and Roberto Juarez. She’s chosen to report on these three artists as a group, because “the constancy of elements in their work, as well as the range of expression within their self-imposed parameters, bring greater depth to their painting, and […]