Wednesday, January 14, 2009

A few of my favorites from James Jeans exhibition at Jonathan Levine Gallery



"Jean uses exquisitely contoured line work to form the spatial relationships between his paint and canvas, resulting in a harmonious balance which can—at times—be experienced as if set to music. Several of his large-scale paintings are divided into multiple panels, echoing motifs from Chinese silk scroll paintings and Japanese wood block prints; two traditions which are sources of inspiration for the works in this show. "

What an amazing show! James Jean has got to be one of the best living artists of our times!
See the whole show here on Joanthan Levine.
The show will be up until Feb. 7th.

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