Gallery artist Allison Schulnik, along with 11 other artists, was interviewed by i-D on which art shows first stimulated her creativity.
“It’s hard to remember the first exhibition that moved me, since there must have been many. I do have a clear memory of seeing a German Expressionist painting show at the San Diego Museum of Art sometime in high school (maybe 1995?). I remember, in particular, standing in front of Woman Knitting by Chaim Soutine and feeling a swell of something heavy. I’m not sure I could explain exactly what I felt or how it impacted me. I just knew it was a perfect painting. It solidified something inside of me.”
Read the entire interview here.
Schulnik’s solo show, Hoof opens tomorrow at Mark Moore Gallery.