Jan Razauskas “Gigantic Brain”

“Gigantic Brain” features new mono prints and paintings by Sophie Grant and Jan Razauskas (Baltimore Artist and friend). Curated by Natalee Cayton and Amanda Turner Pohan. Opening January 12, 7-9 pm, through February 11, 2018. From press release: In the paintings by Razauskas, color fields appear to be caught in tectonic shift. In the charged moments where haptic color-forms meticulously overlap, conflict, breed, or barely touch, these tightly choreographed surfaces intimate a longing for making contact. Evolving out of geometric abstraction andRead more

Anne Truitt at the National Gallery till April 1, 2018

  . From the National Gallery website: “Anne Truitt was one of the leading figures associated with minimalism, the sculptural tendency that emerged in the 1960s featuring pared-down geometric shapes scaled to the viewer’s body and placed directly on the floor. Born in Baltimore in 1921, Truitt grew up in Easton, a town on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.” “Truitt’s art is unique within the field of minimalism; she alone remained a traditional studio artist. Whereas artists such as Donald Judd (1928–1994)Read more