Markus Amm: Subtle Minimalism

Markus Amm: Subtle Minimalism

David Moxon blogs about the exhibition Markus Amm at David Kordansky Gallery, Culver City, CA.

The press release notes that in Amm’s paintings “Relative speeds of painting and looking are played against one another, and the eye slows down in places where it is accustomed to speeding up.” Moxon adds: “There is a subtle touch with these works, they are more than just minimalist explorations but interesting evocations in paint…”

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Markus Amm: Subtle Minimalism

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