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Frank Stella

Frank Stella is one of the most well-regarded postwar American painters still working today. He is heralded for creating abstract paintings that bear no pictorial illusions or psychological or metaphysical references in twentieth-century painting. Frank Stella’s work is a teacher I routinely come back to his work for guidance and perspective. I am particularly drawn Read more

Bridget Riley

“To follow very closely Riley’s work is to see that sameness is courted – because repetition is crucial to an artistic practice – but sameness is also avoided, because it is in the character of a true artistic practice to create change. So, to follow her work is to see that the continuity of artistic Read more

Johnathan Lasker Paintings

Johnathen Lasker makes paintings I want to look at again and again… Jonathan Lasker was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, 1948 and currently lives and works in New York City. He studied at the School of Visual Arts, New York (1975-77) and California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (1977). “A critic once wrote that my Read more

Martin Creed

I feel excited about art when I look at Martin Creeds work. The simple, clever and playful nature of his work reminds me that – yes it’s ok to have fun with it, art can be a playground of the mind. – K.I.S.S. (keep it simple stupid) Read more

Olivier Mosset

Olivier Mosset’s astute and often provocative approach to painting has kept him at the cutting-edge of contemporary art since he first came to prominence in Paris in the late 1960’s alongside Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier, and Niele Toroni. After relocating to New York in 1978, Mosset’s body of monochrome canvases were a key influence on Read more