Shadowy Things…

Sam Cornish of Abstract Critical has included Shadowy Things and the Pulpit of Modernism, recently published in the Maximilian, in his summation of three posts that discuss recent issues facing abstract painting.

“The main tensions that the articles create – between an abstract art that aspires to a radical lack of context, and one which is understood in relation to contemporary modes of vision; and between an abstraction released by the visual, and one grounded in the physical – seem to have a lot of potential to generate interesting discussion, and perhaps new ways of considering the current possibilities for abstract art.”

Check out Sam’s intelligent rundown of the developing discussions and be sure to check out the other articles discussed and linked in the post! Highly enjoyable!

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