Posts tagged Diebenkorn
An Interview with the LA-based Artist Tahnee Lonsdale at De Buck Gallery, New York

Tahnee Lonsdale is an LA-based, British painter known for her bold, eye-catching canvases. We found each other on Instagram and later met at the Victoria Miro gallery in East London to see the Yayoi Kusama retrospective before following up with an interview at De Buck Gallery, New York where her exhibition Pipe Dreams and Rabbit Holes has been met with critical acclaim. I fell for Tahnee's work, because of the subdued pastel palettes, her innovate use of negative space and of course its raw energy.

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Highlights of the Frieze Masters Art Fair in Regent's Park, London

As always, Frieze Masters in Regent's Park, London was an elegant affair. Each stand was carefully curated and painted in delicate hues of charcoal, dove grey and white. Despite the regulated colour palettes of the walls, the fair couldn’t be accused of monotony given the juxtaposition of classical and contemporary works. With immersive installations like Gallery Hyundai’s Untitled (TV and Stone) and Helly Nahmad’s Mental Asylum...

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The Richard Diebenkorn Exhibition at The Royal Academy, London

Richard Diebenkorn is an American modernist whose current retrospective at the Royal Academy has been declared a “blast of fresh air” by the Telegraph. Last exhibited in London at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1991, the time has come for his work to be reconsidered by a new generation. Moving between abstract expressionism, abstraction and figuration, we are swept up in the oeuvre of an artist who embodied the stylistic progression of twentieth-century American art.

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