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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Carrie Moyer: Canonical, Canada, New York, NY

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Carrie Moyer, Stroboscopic Painting #1, 2011 Acrylic and glitter on canvas 60 x 72 inches September 14 – October 16, 2011 Carrie Moyer’s new paintings are the most lyrical and personal works to date in her ever-evolving painting practice. “Canonical” displays a confidence in expressive power of pure abstraction. These paintings are simultaneously stripped down and filled up, full of surprising interplay between figure and ground, and enlivened by a brightly nuanced and carefully considered […]

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Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

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Georgia O’Keeffe, Series I—No. 4, 1918 Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich Gift of The Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation September 17, 2009 – January 17, 2010 Although Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986) has long been celebrated as a central figure in twentieth-century art, the abstract works she created throughout her career have remained overlooked by critics and the public in favor of her representational subjects. In 1915, O’Keeffe leaped into abstraction with […]

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Fisk University to Sell Georgia O’Keeffe and Marsden Hartley Paintings to Raise Funds

  Marsden Hartley, Painting No. 3 Fisk University in Nashvillle, TN, is planning to sell two works from its collection — Georgia O’Keeffe’s Radiator Building – Night, New York and Marsden Hartley’s Painting No. 3 — to raise funds.  The works were part of Alfred Stieglitz’s personal collection and were donated to the university after his death in 1949 by Georgia O’Keeffe with the intent to challenge segregation by making the collection accessible to African-Americans […]

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