Christine Gray’s failed geometry, failed architecture, and failed illusionism

Christine Gray’s paintings depict models she creates using common craft materials, the works become fantastically abstracted scenes based on objects domestic and kitsch. “I represent landscape through several degrees of mediation (first by building modest micro-sculptures, then through painting) using themes of failed geometry, failed architecture, and failed illusionism.” Gray explains. “This removal from the … read more… “Christine Gray’s failed geometry, failed architecture, and failed illusionism”

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Amy Sillman’s couple fixation

In the Washington City Paper Maura Judkis reports that the “he” and “she” of Amy Sillman’s solo show at the Hirshhorn Museum, “Third Person Singular,” describe the couples Sillman sketches and then, on a separate canvas, reduces to abstraction. “These black-and-white drawings inspire her bold-hued paintings with touches of cubism, color field, and strong lines … read more… “Amy Sillman’s couple fixation”

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