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Rachel Foullon

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De-Nature at Jolie Laide, by Daniel Gerwin  
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Brian Belott, Paul DeMuro, Rachel Foullon, Liz Markus, Sarah Peters, Lamar Peterson, Bill Saylor at Jolie Laide November 5th, 2010 - December 10th, 2010
Posted 11/24/10
The artists included in De-Nature, curated by the painter Wendy White, are concerned with dismantling what might be considered “natural” in painting, i.e. a coherently painted canvas stretched over a rectangular wooden frame and displayed on a wall.  Disassembling and reconfiguring the elements of painting is a project that has been ongoing for at least a century, but White offers insight into how a new generation of artists is attacking the problem.  In the absence of consensus painting norms to... [more]
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A Meandering Reading of Rachel Foullon   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Rachel Foullon at ltd los angeles March 11th, 2010 - May 7th, 2010
Posted 3/15/10
      Rachel Foullon thinks about rural spaces: the dank packed dust of a barn tack room, horse harnesses and halters hanging from the ramshackle hooks, the dark holes of a musty hay loft. This rural poetry has haunted poets and thinkers for centuries, some idealizing those spaces and making them the symbol of lost innocence, others finding them quaint and beautiful. Foullon has another take on the countryside and rural, namely as the platform and backbone of economies. Whereas som... [more]
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