|Reed Anderson at Pierogi. Gallery Link
|The press release speaks of flags, sports logos and Peter Halley's studio, but the notion of over and under prevails.
|The hanging banners more a way to view space through layers, much like the paintings themselves.
|At Brennan and Griffin, LA painter Pamela Jorden, new to me : Artist website
|A beautiful Steve di Beneditto from 2015.
|Bill Saylor from 2016.
|Tracy Thomason, updating Auerbach's use of white as a color within saturated fields, not to mention wonderful textures, touch.
|And a fine Louise Fishman work on paper from 1973, beautiful!
|Doron Langberg at 1969 Gallery. This painting is a knockout. Gallery Link
|A few of the moves.
|Lovely portrait for a larger painting. Such a pleasurable fusion of techniques!
|A favorite from Jennifer Coates' exhibition at Freight & Volume. Gallery Link
|A beautiful big painting holding multiple perspectives. The branch forms hark back to late Paul Klee, petroglyphs and oracle bone scripts in a way that feels just right.
|Earlier in the evolution, I suspect. The markings really beautiful.
|In the back a suite of pencil drawings, long a strength and foundation in Coates' work.
|The landscapes fuse the earlier foodstuffs and sparkles from early 'aughts with new maturity.
|Steve di Beneditto. Gallery Link
|He too, returning to an archaic sensibility. It's in the air. This painting is one of the most beautiful paintings I've ever seen.
|The color, flayed surfaces and worked, yet also spontaneous construction is rewarding.
|Teri Hackett. Gallery Link
|Spatial over and under, earth mixed with pigment, sanded and built surfaces, ...
|Cracks, textures, additions (these are small paintings in the back)
|And pustules, alternate worlds, icons and fetishes built and protruding from the paintings in literal form. The palette is cold, electronic; stained colors in a field of titanium buff like a bleached out desert from LA.