KwangHo Shin – New Works

We posted up KwangHo Shin a little while ago and here we go again. Shin’s thick, texturized and abstract paintings leave you sitting and ogling the paintings for extensive periods of time. Though no real features, it’s probably best to interpret the paintings as portraiture.

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Andrew Dadson – Waited

“[Andrew] Dadson has developed a practice in which the traditional limits of the canvas are crossed, blurred, and questioned. This iconoclastic stance, however, is not merely a formal one, or a way of simply making the next move in the chess match of endgames that has come to define painting as a historical genre. Rather, the driving force of the work posits that the objects and discourses that we have come to associate with painting are not nearly as familiar or discrete as we think.” – FabrikLA

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Robert Davidovitz – Woven Paint

Robert Davidovitz is a Canadian artist based in Toronto working in painting and textile art. In his ongoing series, “Woven Paint,” he uses the traditional technique of hand weaving to create optical and geometric paintings that explore abstraction, structure and space.

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Aaron Smith – Texturized Portraiture

Aaron Smith is an artist based out of Silver Lake, California. His beautiful, colourful and texturized portraits depict the traditional western masculine ideal. Smith’s use of thick texture and colour creates wonderful layers and detail in his portraits.

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