Monthly Archives: January 2013

Jackie Gendel

                Jackie Gendel Born 1973 in Houston, TX Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY “Much of her recent work makes contradictory use of two of modernity’s most common conventions of image production; she … Continue reading

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Tilo Baumgärtel

        Tilo Baumgärtel (1972 Leipzig / Leipzig, Saxony, Germany) “Is painting not a battleground between industrial managed imagery and most private spheres and thoughts… ?” “Tilo Baumgärtel’s paintings have an air of fairytale about them. Suspended in … Continue reading

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Patrick Michael Fitzgerald

        From an interview at Studio Critical blog: “My process has become very organic; reworking things, interweaving things… paintings can have their origins in the history of my own work or the wider history of art. Some … Continue reading

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Tony Urquhart

          I wonder if anyone has heard of the Canadian painter Tony Urquhart? Yesterday he gave a short talk on his work at Conron Hall on UWO campus. For those of you who are working within … Continue reading

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Questions for Bob Nickas essay

Our reading discussion for the Bob Nickas text ‘The Persistence of Abstraction’ is happening January 29th. Here are some questions I want you to try to answer when reading this text – start earlier rather than later, as it will … Continue reading

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Richard Tuttle

                Some of you may already be familiar with Richard Tuttle’s work, but I’d like to point out how influential his work has been (particularly to many of the painters featured on this … Continue reading

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Eli Bornowsky

            This past Thursday I was able to visit G Gallery in Toronto, which is currently showing new work by Eli Bornowsky. Some of you who are exploring sculptural aspects in your work may be … Continue reading

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