Painting

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    “Julianne Montague: A Composition in Six Parts”

    New Work by Mike Zahn Gesso ArtspaceMaria Lassnig Straße 33 1100 Wien January 2023 MZ_JM:1.17.22 “Julianne Montague: A Composition in Six Parts“, 2023Detail of gallery viewGesso Artspace “Julianne Montague: A Composition in Six Parts” presents the work of one artist by…

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    Fett auf Mager

    Jean-Frédéric Schnyder Mike Zahn23 January 2023 Jean-Fréderic SchnyderDetail from the exhibition Jean-Frédéric SchnyderVienna SecessionJanuary—May 2023 https://secession.at/ausstellung_jean_frederic_schnyder_en Contemporary art risks fatigue through repetition of and familiarity with that which is seen. Furthermore, given the ubiquity of the Internet, suspicions are harbored that everyday…

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    Mit Jai Inn, Rudolf Polanzky, Andreas Reiter Raabe

    Mit Jai Inn, Rudolf Polanzky, Andreas Reiter Raabe Gesso Artspace33 Maria Lassnig Straße 1100 Wien January 2023 www.gessoartspace.com www.instagram.com/gesso.artspace The mantle of abstraction specifies certain processes which articulate presence through repetitive engagement with stuff. Its sectarian lineage is traced to…

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    George Hofmann – Dialogue

    In Painting, gesture is language…. George thought it would be interesting to start a discussion about painting, about this moment in time for painting, and so, he gives us a loaded topic that still resonates with painters today. What is…

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    The Technological Sublime @ Pazo Fine Arts

    Mike Zahn continues to brilliantly reassess the implications of the complicated legacy of late Modernist abstraction for this new show @ Pazo Fine Arts. “These three artists [Rockne Krebs, Beverly Fishman and Ruth Pastine] each calibrate finely-tuned qualities of light…

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    Seriously?

    “How could I have done this???” Throughout this hot and stifling summer the late works of some of the Modern masters have been a focus – particularly their later works. What has been important over this time has been Picasso…