Lauren Luloff

Lauren Luloff: Drawing (with bleach) from life
Two Coats of Paint

Eileen Jeng Lynch reviews the recent exhibition Lauren Luloff: The Evergreens at Ceysson & Bénétière, New York. Lynch writes: “The title of the show, The Evergreens, derives its name from the eponymous nineteenth-century cemetery in the artist’s Brooklyn neighborhood. Luloff used bleach to paint flora – including sunflowers, hollyhocks, hydrangeas, and blue spruces – in […]

Lauren Luloff: Interview
Hamptons Art Hub

Pat Rogers interviews Lauren Luloff on the occasion of Luloff’s exhibition Sun Drawn at Halsey Mckay Gallery, East Hampton, NY, on view through July 24, 2017. Rogers’ introduction notes: “Created from bedsheets that are ripped into sections, painted and suspended, [Luloff’s] new works are inspired by landscapes, nature and natural forms found in the Brooklyn […]

Painting Expanded @ Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
16 Miles of String

Andrew Russeth blogs installation images from the exhibition Painting Expanded at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. Painting Expanded "brings together work by 17 painters, most of them young and closely watched… curated by Renee Coppola, Phyllis Lally, Emily Ruotolo, and Scot Surdez."