Contributed by Jason Andrew / Whatever strategies an artist employs to express their art intellectual, psychological, or mythological it must be first and foremost visually striking. In his first solo exhibition in New York, painter Zachary Keeting clears a high bar with a stunning set of ten paintings, on view at Underdonk through March 27.
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A conversation: Becky Yazdan and Zachary Keeting
Abstract painter Becky Yazdan, who earned her MFA at the NY Studio School studying with painters Bill Jensen and Graham Nickson, recently had a solo show at Fred Giampietro in New Haven. Zachary Keeting met her at the show, where they talked about painting, narrative abstraction, the relationship of art […]
Art and politics: “Broad Stripes and Bright Stars� in New Haven
Aicha Woods and Dave Coon�have co-curated “Broad Stripes and Bright Stars,��a thoughtful group exhibition�on view at the Ely Center of Contemporary Art through August 13�that�focuses how artists are using�the American flag as image, object, and symbol. Zachary Keeting, artist and co-founder of Gorky�s Granddaughter, sat down with co-curator Aicha Woods […]
Tuning in: Clint Jukkala and John Newman on animism, spirituality, sensory experience, and consciousness
On the occasion of their current show at FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery in New Haven, Zachary Keeting (co-founder of Improvised Showboat and Gorky’s Grandaughter) interviewed Clint Jukkala (on left) and John Newman (right) about their work. “Many of my paintings have forms that suggest heads, eyes, etc., but I’m less interested in […]