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Article by Julia Finnegan

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WHY PAINT? OKWA

JUNE 24TH-AUGUST 7TH, 2021


In this show OKWA artists address the question(s):  What does paint do for you in your expression?  Why do you choose it rather than another medium?  

OKWA paints: Group Exhibition

June 24th-August 7th, 2021

Tim De Rose: New Works August 12 - September 18, 2021

Sticks and Stones: A Collaborative Installation 

September 23 - October 30, 2021

A Show of Smalls: Group Show 

November 5 - December 24, 2021

PAST EXHIBITIONS.

PHILEEN DICKINSON - COVID STUDIES 2020: EXTROSPECTION

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ArtBook - Josef Albers in Mexico

Albers in "the promised land of abstract art”: the little-known influence of Mexico

“Mexico is truly the promised land of abstract art,” Josef Albers wrote to his former Bauhaus colleague Vasily Kandinsky in 1936. Josef Albers in Mexico reveals the profound link between the art and architecture of ancient Mesoamerica and Albers’ abstract works on canvas and paper. With his wife, the artist Anni Albers, Albers toured pre-Columbian archeological sites and monuments during his 12 or more trips to Mexico and other Latin American countries between 1935 and 1968. On each visit, Albers took black-and-white photographs of pyramids, shrines, sanctuaries and landscapes, which he later assembled into rarely seen photo collages. The resulting works demonstrate Albers’ continued formal experimentation with geometry, this time accentuating a pre-Columbian aesthetic.

Josef Albers in Mexico brings together photographs, photo collages, prints and significant paintings from the Variants/Adobe (1946–66) and Homage to the Square (1950–76) series from the collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Anni and Josef Albers Foundation. Two scholarly essays, an illustrated map and vivid color reproductions of paintings and works on paper illuminate this little-known period in the influential artist’s practice.

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