Co-curated by Mark Moore Gallery, “L.A./Tex” at Dallas’ Circuit 12 Contemporary opened last Friday to a positive audience. Featuring work by gallery program artists Tim Bavington, Dimitri Kozyrev, Julie Oppermann, and Feodor Voronov, “L.A./Tex” focuses on four abstract painters that grapple with duality. Says the gallery:
“While each painter exemplifies a kind of hybrid experience in his or her work, they differ vastly in their execution, aesthetic, and biography – creating an eclectic commentary about the nature of modern amalgamation. As Tim Bavington fuses his love of guitar melodies with hard-edge abstraction, Feodor Voronov weds his bilingual abilities with an Ab-Ex tradition of mark making. Ali Smith escorts the viewer on a journey between the macro and micro in the same way Julie Oppermann manipulates the perception of the digital and analog, while Dimitri Kozyrev translates a lineage of Russian constructivism into globalized abstraction.”
“L.A./Tex” remains on view through November 18th, 2013. For more information, please contact Circuit 12.