Jill Nathanson: The Air We Swim In

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Mary Negro blogs about the exhibition Jill Nathanson: The Air We Swim In at Messineo Art Projects/Wyman Contemporary, New York, on view through December 20, 2012.

Negro writes: "These ethereal paintings seem weightless in the way they evoke slow, sliding movement. She paints “the world of things,” in her own words, but her abstraction is assuredly non-objective. Bowtie (2012) has the closest visual connection between an object’s tangibility and Nathanson’s depiction of it. Two triangular orange planes converge at a minute point. She is fond of such compositional devices, allowing a mixture of soft and energetic colors to develop into a heightened moment of alluring tension."

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