Rosemarie Trockel

at Gladstone Gallery

+ Gladstone Gallery

The exhibition features a series of new wool paintings and wall sculptures, both of which demonstrate an ongoing interest in juxtaposition and allusion, themes that pervade much of Trockel’s work. With a nod to the formal compositions of twentieth century abstract painting, the wool works convey a non-figurative painterly surface, but, upon closer inspection, the “brushstrokes” reveal themselves to be carefully placed pieces of yarn...A new series of wall sculptures made of acrystal, Perspex, and acrylic paint are also on view. Applying casts of different cuts of meat to transparent, curved, carrier panels, Trockel wryly acknowledges the gravitation towards the use of unconventional materials in twenty-first century art practice.
Gladstone Gallery

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