Chris Martin’s multi-media paintings are influenced by rock music, philosophy and religion, and the tradition of an entire generation of American abstractionists. This exhibition will feature a new series of smaller-scaled versions of his visionary and diagrammatic works.
The small, candy-colored oil paintings created by Andrew Masullo are defined by their obsessive, yet endearingly imperfect, geometry. Daniel Weinberg Gallery recently presented Masullo’s twenty-fifth solo show, and this exhibition will feature a group of his recent works.
James Siena’s enamel paintings on aluminum are comprised of systems of repeating markings and linework. The individual brushstrokes combine to create complex abstract designs based on algorithms and patterns.
At first appearing to be blocks of heavily-painted color, Michael Tetherow’s paintings actually function as highly abstracted portraits. This selection of paintings, completed in the 1970s, brings humanness and humor to formality.