VIEWLIST: Ted Stamm in Context, Conceived by Bryan Granger

Frank Stella, Black Adder, 1967, Color lithograph, 16 x 28 inches, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, California

Our fifth VIEWLIST exhibition is conceived by MINUS SPACE assistant Bryan Granger.

With his work, Ted Stamm draws as much from a Minimalist, hard-edge legacy as it does from the randomness and arbitrariness of his own life.  Seeing as Stamm sought to “eliminate any physical boundary in time or space” between his life and his work, we must look at the two as inseparable.  His sleek manipulations of baseball diamonds and high-speed trains offer a glimpse into some of his passions, and his Wooster paintings preserve specific spatial memories from his time in New York.

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Eye to Eye: Joseph Marioni at the Phillips, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC


Organized as part of The Phillips Collection’s 90th anniversary, Eye to Eye features a group of paintings by modern American artist Joseph Marioni in the context of the museum permanent collection.

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Jason Middlebrook: A Break from Content, DODGEgallery, New York, NY

jason middlebrook - dodge gallery

Middlebrook’s long-standing interest in abstraction, intersecting disciplines and nature are the cross-currents of his most recent exhibition. For the first time, Middlebrook is presenting an in-depth investigation of a singular body of work: his planks. The exhibition also marks the artist's most abstract body of work to date.

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Cathy Choi: Recent Paintings, Pushing Paint, Brooklyn, NY

cathy choi

Cathy Choi: Recent Paintings is the culmination of a decade long study depcting the elusive, prismatic qualities of water. In this lateest series, Choi employs a combination of liquid resin, hot-glue forms, and oil paint capturing an otherwordly topography of electric color and physical depth symbolic of her personal views on nature.

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ENP2 Monochrome Paintings, Everything Nothing Projects, Canberra, Australia

everything nothing projects

The continuing tradition of monochrome (one colour) painting in western art began in the early 20th century. American curator, critic and writer Barbara Rose describes monochrome painting as: ‘simultaneously fullness and void, a moment of silence in a world of noise. It goes nowhere and everywhere, it is specific and universal, tangible and immaterial. It is the ultimate paradox.’

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Conceptual Tendencies 1960s to Today, Daimler Collection, Berlin, Germany

martin boyce - daimler

The exhibition showcases works representing varying conceptual trends from the 1960s up to the 1990s alongside pictorial and media statements by more recent exponents.

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Ruth Campau: Pearl, PS Projectspace, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ruth campau

With pride we announce the exhibition Pearl of the Danish artist Ruth Campau. In 2007 she has already shown her work at PS, with Michael Mørk in the exhibition Young Blood. In the current exhibition Pearl Ruth Campau shows three paintings consisting of characteristic parallel lines acrylic on transparent, colored or reflective acrylic sheet.

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