Carrie Moyer: Belladonna Treatment

Carrie Moyer: Belladonna Treatment

Sutphin writes: ” Moyer’s in-your-face compositional structures influenced by her engagement with agitprop and interest in Constructivist design give way to a kind of ambiguous space that feels extra terrestrial. These paintings are slow reads, petri dishes of biomorphic form suspended in agar. They reward patience and curiosity, no one-liners here.”

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Carrie Moyer: Belladonna Treatment

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