Susie Rosmarin, Danese Gallery, New York, NY

danese-rosmarin

  Susie Rosmarin, (#412) Spectrum #9, 2008 Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches  January 9 – February 7, 2009 Meticulously crafted, Susie Rosmarin’s paintings defy the limitations of two-dimensionality and pulsate with charged matrices of color and light. Rosmarin uses an intricate gridded system inspired by fractal geometry, and Diophantus’s Arithmetica, the renowned third century text on numerical equations. While mathematics play a central role in Rosmarin’s work, she is also influenced by Op Art, hard-edge abstraction, and […]

Read more »

Michael Brennan interviewed by Michael Zahn

    View of Gowanus Canal from MINUS SPACE project space Michael Zahn: I’m looking at your new Knife Paintings, and they’re quite unlike anything you’ve done previously.  The intersecting black diagonals are visually pretty swift.  The drawing has a striking, highly stylized movement to it, and this palette has a gruff quality that feels like a quick crack in the chops.  These two yellow and orange color planes are fairly terse and down to […]

Read more »