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NYC-based artist Joan Reutershan's abstract streetscapes are a hybrid of painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage. Surfaces can appear thin and transparent, or rough and opaque; they reveal gestural and schematic lines, brayer marks, directional brushstrokes, drips, raised resin and ink residues, and a sometimes casual, sometimes careful paint application. Found objects, acrylic resin, glitter, and foil shapes are collaged onto the canvas. This array of treatments relates to the variety of textures in the BKNY (Brooklyn, New York) urban landscape. These pictures evoke conflicts between chaos and design, the real and the digital, solidarity and transparency, but also themes of dissociation and connectivity - sense and nonsense.
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