Catalogue essay: Jennifer Riley’s Machine Series Paintings

Contributed by Sharon Butler / When Brooklyn artist Jennifer Riley began making large-scale abstract paintings using discarded laser-cut pieces of steel, she connected with a century of artists preoccupied with the deconstructed machine. They ranged from post-World War I Dadaists like Raoul Hausmann and Francis Picabia whose images of humans were crafted from machine parts, … read more… “Catalogue essay: Jennifer Riley’s Machine Series Paintings”

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Jennifer Riley, Rachel Sumpter, and Robin Dash in Boston

“Jennifer Riley: Do You Remember . . .? New Paintings,” OH+T Gallery, Boston, MA. Through Sept. 29. Cate McQuaid reports in the Boston Globe: “Riley’s message is all about subtle tones and patterns, the collision of geometry’s clarity with the more organic and mystical qualities of color and space. It’s all about painting.” “Robin Dash: … read more… “Jennifer Riley, Rachel Sumpter, and Robin Dash in Boston”

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