During this time when physical exhibitions are closed, galleries and museums are on-hold, and everyone is staying indoors, we are launching a new digital online presentation series entitled Working from Home. Each presentation uses digital storytelling to realize projects that have not yet been done, debuting new histories and works by individual artists.
This series begins with Anton Ginzburg: Viewing mode, which runs online from May 1 - May 15. This will be the first digital presentation devoted to a comprehensive overview of Anton Ginzburg's recent works. Over the past four years, he has produced five series of paintings, and this online presentation coincides with the upcoming publication of the third monograph on Ginzburg, entitled Blue Flame: Constructions and Inititatives. Published by Hatje Cantz, this monograph will be released in the summer/fall 2020.
Vibrant, bold, and dynamic, paintings are at the core of Ginzburg's new works. Defined by their emphasis on sharply delineated shapes, planes of color, and geometric abstraction, Ginzburg's paintings are inspired by color theories developed by the Eastern European Constructivists, the interplay of color and space, and observation techniques. In later iterations, Ginzburg's works incorporate new geometric vocabulary suggestive of abstract metaphysical landscapes.
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