Tag: abstract painting

A visit with Justin Adian, Bushwick, New York

Justin Adian’s work is influenced by artists such as Richard Tuttle and other sculptors of the 1960s, but he creates something that is completely his own.

Yayoi Kusama: Obliteration Room

Wendy attended the private opening of Yayoi Kusama’s new interactive sculpture, Obliteration Room, currently on view at David Zwirner gallery. Kusama has many obsessions, among them visions of a dot-covered universe. These hallucinations have both bedeviled and inspired her, serving as source imagery for her paintings, performances and sculpture since the 1960s. Now 86, Kusama… Read more »

Studio Visit: Dean Levin

Wendy visited the studio of New York painter Dean Levin, who is about to have his first solo show with Marianne Boesky Gallery.  Dean comes to painting through architecture, which was his original field of study. He uses architectural syntax and strategies as his inspiration for tightly conceived, rigorous paintings that appear as Minimalist objects…. Read more »

Studio Visit: Dean Levin

Wendy visited the studio of New York painter Dean Levin, who is about to have his first solo show with Marianne Boesky Gallery.  Dean comes to painting through architecture, which was his original field of study. He uses architectural syntax and strategies as his inspiration for tightly conceived, rigorous paintings that appear as Minimalist objects…. Read more »