Jill Moser Exhibition

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc.

poster for Jill Moser Exhibition

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Working within this diverse range of printmaking methods fostered an intuitive parsing of structure and process. In Moser’s words: To work on a print is to strip down the constructive parts of an image, slowing down and revealing the performative aspects of it’s making. I'm intrigued by how the process records both the structure and the event and makes the process of becoming visible. Hand in glove ⎯ the gesture in cahoots with the machine.
These prints and a contemporaneous series of drawings called Sixteen Street led Moser to introduce a new dynamic into her new paintings. She establishes a dialogue between the tracery of wide metallic brushstrokes and her characteristic fine line graffito. She has set aside the deep prussian blue that defined the prior body of work for a range of saturated color, here too playing off a relationship between neutral tones and vibrant hues. In her newest canvases ⎯ Slipstream, Mary Mary and House of Cards ⎯ a larger formheart of her work.



from February 18, 2010 to April 03, 2010

Opening Reception on 2010-02-18 from 18:00 to 20:00


Jill Moser

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