Lorna Simpson merges classical beauty and provocative politics. A multimedia artist best known for photography and video, Simpson explores race, gender, and African-American identity in her powerful work.
Gray Ribbon, 1990
PRINT – Screenprint - Edition of 30
One of the artist’s many portraits of striking women, Gray Ribbon is an exemplary work—in this color silkscreen print, Katz’s clean lines and minimal approach to portraiture are displayed, and the solid dark background, which is typical of his compositions, offsets the model’s deep brown hair, dark eyes, and curious expression.
Perrine is proud to display several works by renowned local contemporary artists. Curated by ArtSpace, each piece represents different yet complementary aesthetics.
Un Poco Más, 1987
PRINT - Lithograph on Arches - Edition of 60
American abstract expressionist painter Helen Frankenthaler is known for her watercolor-like “soak stain” technique, which involved painting with turpentine-diluted oils on untreated canvas.
Curvas Opticas I, 2015
ALBERTO GONZALEZ VIVO
PAINTING - Acrylic paint on canvas
Alberto González Vivo works on the vital energy, the impression that stimuli produce in his senses is the source of inspiration for his work. His work ranges from geometric abstraction to pop art.
Dreams For The Recruit 101, 2016
PRINT - Lithograph, Handmade Okawara Paper
Carey Maxon uses dots on lines to form compositions emblematic of a proposition to meditate. The overall impression is of a well ordered group, yet the black dots show the minor differences characteristic of any organic repetition.
For Richard, 2014
PAINTING - Oil on canvas
Elaina Sullivan is a self-taught visual artist, spending years carefully dissecting old master and impressionist paintings. Most recently, Sullivan has taken inspiration from graffiti and street art.