Thursday, September 20, 2012 at DC Moore Gallery, New York
On the occasion of the exhibition Paved Paradise
JOHN ZINSSER is an abstract painter who lives and works in Brooklyn and teaches at the New York Academy of Art and The New School.
RACKSTRAW DOWNES is a British-born realist painter. His oil paintings are notable for their meticulous detail accumulated during months of plein-air sessions. In 2009 he was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship or “genius award.”
JOYCE KOZLOFF is an artist commonly associated with the Pattern and Decoration movement she co-founded in the 1970s. She has been active in the feminist art movement as well as the peace movement throughout her life.
ETHAN RYMAN explores geometric forms and tests perception by disrupting boundaries between dimensions and employing the sensory phenomena of color theory.
Hanging behind the speakers is Ann Agee's Orange Room 2, 2010. Flashe and acrylic on mulberry paper, 148 x 150 inches.