The eye of the viewer zig-zags in space from overlapping plane to plane, neoclassic style.
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The grainy, opaque paint surfaces and austere earth palette bespeak an unfashionably non-ironic desire to produce ‘quality’ paintings. And there are learned references and quotations from art history and photography.
The author celebrates the audacious, austere, muscular canvases by the 90 year old veteran of Abstract Expressionism.
Tibor deNagy Gallery 724 Fifth Avenue New York City 212 262 5050 October 4 to November 10, 2007 In Phillip Geiger’s painting “A Different Shirt” of 2006, on display at Tibor deNagy, we look beyond a tabletop display of deliciousness, cake, sunflowers, etc to a young woman, her head turned completely away from the viewer,…
Salander O’Reilly Galleries 20 East 79 Street. 212 879 6606 June 1, 2006 to June 23, 2006 The United States in the mid-twentieth century produced a wider range of artistic styles than is generally acknowledged in the art history books, and the critical preference for abstraction obscured the achievements of many good artists who did not…