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In-between: Abstraction and Figuration

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Lidl Rising, 2011 Oil On Canvas 20 X 24 Cm © Caetlynn Booth
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Death in Vegas, 2012 Acrylic On Canvas 20.3cm X 25.4cm © Chris Camperchioli
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Stone Grey, 2011 Oil On Canvas 26 X 20 Cm © Arja Hop
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Yellow Flowers in a Mason Jar, 2010 Acrylic On Mdf 32 X 24 Cm © Amy Lincoln
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India series: view 4 (Obelisk) , 2011 Watercolor And Ink On Paper 9 X 10 Inches © Kate Temple
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Unknown Site (No. 9), 2011 Oil On Linen 30.5 X 23cm © Viktor Witkowski
In-between: Abstraction and Figuration
Curated by: Katie Hornstein

20 Rue Muller
75018 Paris
France
March 24th, 2012 - April 7th, 2012
Opening: March 24th, 2012 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://nouvelorganon.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
18th Arrondissement
EMAIL:  
katie@nouvelorganon.com
PHONE:  
(+33) 9 52 59 13 39
OPEN HOURS:  
Wed-Sun 1-8 and by appointment
TAGS:  
figurative

DESCRIPTION

When asked about the relationship between his abstract and figurative paintings, Gerhard Richter once remarked, "I don’t see such a big difference. Both show something." While often conceptualized as distinct languages of visual expression, the boundary that seemingly separates abstraction and figuration also offers painters endless possibilities. "In-between: Abstraction and Figuration,"  which features the work of nine emerging and established artists,  responds to this quandary and locates the fluid area somewhere in-between the categories of abstraction and figuration as an area of investigation, conflict, and provocation.

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