Informal Relations: Contemporary Works on Paper, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN

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December 3, 2010 – January 15, 2011 Informal Relations: Contemporary works on paper curator Scott Grow selected 32 artists from the United States, Germany, Spain and Japan to focus on the diversity of practices within painting and abstraction today. The exhibition’s title refers to kind the “informal relations” artists have with one another, their predecessors, with the modernist tradition, the future, and even with their own work. While works on paper may stand as finished […]

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Where One Aligns: An Interview with Connie Goldman, by Brent Hallard, Visual Discrepancies blog, February 12, 2010

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“Brent: In “Treble II” you have an envelope-proportioned structure that has a fold but not like an envelope. There is a corner missing from one side: And a corner protruding from the other. The whole thing is one sheet of color, and of two forms… how did that come about? Connie: In the “Treble” pieces I’m working with parts of a whole, hence the single color. As to whether these parts become a single entity […]

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Edge of Abstraction, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas

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Work by Connie Goldman July 5 – September 27, 2009 Edge of Abstraction is a permanent collection exhibition that explores the 20th century’s fascination with abstraction. It is an attempt to question what abstract art is and why it is important to art history. Many recent EPMA acquisitions are included in this exhibition. Featured Artists: David Bates, Kim Bauer, Peter Bialick, Lydia Bodnar–Balahutrak, Paul Henry Brach, Nicholas Conbere, Nancy Conrad, Susan Davidoff, John Davis, Steven […]

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