Liam Considine

“Supports/Surfaces”

CANADA

July 2014

Supports/Surfaces, the radical painting movement that began in the South of France in the late-1960s, comprised a group of artists that opened works to the spaces around them by decoupling or merging painted surface and physical support. … READ ON

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Michael Fullerton

Greene Naftali Gallery

January 2014

Michael Fullerton’s latest exhibition describes a network of corporate and state power—which the artist associates with statements of aesthetic formalism—by presenting oil portraits interspersed with wall texts, lasers, and large-scale … READ ON

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Peter Young

Algus Greenspon

November 2013

This exhibition continues the revival of Peter Young, whose intricate abstractions were shown at MoMA PS1 and Mitchell Algus Gallery in 2007, and at Algus Greenspon in 2012. While his 2012 exhibition featured paintings of looping gestural … READ ON

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Jon Pestoni

Real Fine Arts

October 2013

Of late, Jon Pestoni has layered successive marks, figures, and scrims of oil paint on canvas, and for this exhibition—which includes seven works, all created in the past year—he applies the same technique to a new support of paper mounted… READ ON

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