I call this one: broken cracker on a plate 🐷If You Know You Know
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@brianormond_x I’m so touched to receive a copy of #ofnoabode — so amazing 💫 already cherishing it and i can’t wait to take closer 👀s. Pictured here hanging with its brethren, two recent photo books by #christopherwool
Paintings by Christopher Wool will be on view in “Abstraction: Aspects of Contemporary Art” at the National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan, opening Saturday, May 25th.
Following the supposed “death” of painting in the 1970s came a renewed interest in the medium and its relation to abstraction in the 1980s. This international group exhibition focuses on the versatile engagements with abstraction, in both painting and sculpture, to have emerged in the last 40 years.
Pictured: Christopher Wool, Untitled, 2014. Silkscreen on linen.