What a Feeling: Justin Liam O’Brien at Monya Rowe Gallery
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What a Feeling: Justin Liam O’Brien at Monya Rowe Gallery

Built into the layers of figures, there are folds that forage something deeper than the inspiration of illustration or the relics of cubism. The flesh of Justin Liam O’Brien’s paintings is bestowed with deep hues of mindful depression that is associated with intimacy and rejection. The forms are inoculated with the instruction of abstraction and … Continue reading

You Really Got A Hold On Me: Louis Fratino
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You Really Got A Hold On Me: Louis Fratino

The flesh of men is confused in the fascination of color and surface in Louis Fratino’s paintings, which were recently on display in an exhibition So, I’ve Got You at Thierry Goldberg Gallery. Convex limbs fill space and plastique air—full, flush, and broad. All these parts abound with certain illustrative and anthropomorphic qualities in the works … Continue reading