Frank Badur: Mostly Red + Works on Paper, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY


Frank Badur, #11-10, 2011 Oil and alkyd on canvas 16 x 20 inches May 12 – June 25, 2011 Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the opening of Mostly Red + works on paper, an exhibition of new work by Berlin-based artist Frank Badur. Badur’s gracefully intuitive minimalist compositions draw his viewers into their subtlety with a delicate interplay of surface and color. Veils of reds are laid down in bands of varying widths […]

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Treffpunkt, Hamish Morrison Gallery, Berlin, Germany


Installation view. January 28 – February 26, 2011 Hamish Morrison Galerie is delighted to start its 2011 programme with the group exhibition Treffpunkt. The show brings together several of the gallery’s artists, drawing overlooked connections between them and illustrating the ways in which different traditions and ideas collide within their practices. Judy Millar’s (NZ) paintings seem, at first glance, to have their roots in Abstract Expressionism. However, Millar’s gestural marks are in fact a means […]

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Tim Stapel: A3, Galerie Andrieu, Berlin, Germany


Installation view June 26 – July 25, 2009 Recently graduated from the UdK Berlin, where he studied at the side of the Pr. Frank Badur, this young artist develops his works in the tradition of the Concrete and Constructivist art. In his drawings, paintings, sculptures, the geometry based-composition modulates the outlines, structures and colours to create infinite variations of the original motifs. Conceived especially for the exhibition, this project includes a huge wall painting running […]

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Interview with Kevin Finklea, by Matthew Deleget

The following interview was published on MINUS SPACE in October 2004 in conjunction with Kevin Finklea’s spotlight exhibition.   Matthew Deleget: Let’s begin by talking about color, the central concern of your paintings over the past decade. You’ve worked in a pharmacy for over 20 years now, which you acknowledge has greatly affected your color sensibility. In fact, every time I see a television commercial for the acid reflux medicine, Prevacid, I think of your […]

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