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Chris Martin : paintings

Author: Chris Martin; Trinie Dalton; Glenn O'Brien; Nancy Princenthal; Dan Nadel
Publisher: Milano : Skira, 2017. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Drawing on inspirations ranging from Buddhism and American modernist painting to psychedelia and Amy Winehouse, Brooklyn-based painter Chris Martin (born 1954) "lets the paintings make themselves," with often generously scaled canvases characterized by flat yet textured planes of bright, saturated color, frequently incorporating found materials and highly personal paper ephemera. The emphatic geometries of his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Named Person: Chris Martin; Chris Martin
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Martin; Trinie Dalton; Glenn O'Brien; Nancy Princenthal; Dan Nadel
ISBN: 9788857234748 8857234746
OCLC Number: 1013456096
Description: 319 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: To come to be what you are not you must go by a way in which you are not: Chris Martin's paintings / Nancy Princenthal --
Plates --
Chris Martin, as I recall / Glenn O'Brien --
Long distance operator / Dan Nadel --
Plates --
Bringing it all in / Trinie Dalton --
List of works.
Responsibility: essays by Trinie Dalton, Glenn O'Brien, Nancy Princenthal ; compiled and with an essay by Dan Nadel.
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Drawing on inspirations ranging from Buddhism and American modernist painting to psychedelia and Amy Winehouse, Brooklyn-based painter Chris Martin (born 1954) "lets the paintings make themselves," with often generously scaled canvases characterized by flat yet textured planes of bright, saturated color, frequently incorporating found materials and highly personal paper ephemera. The emphatic geometries of his paintings, which indicate his attachment to Piet Mondrian, are another signature touch, conveying a genially brash New York energy (Martin's practice came of age in 1980s New York, which saw the explosion of the East Village art scene, led by Keith Haring). This first full overview on Martin collects essays by Glenn O'Brien, Nancy Princenthal, Trinie Dalton and Dan Nadel.

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