Nick Mauss


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One of the striking aspects of Mauss’ work is how it embraces this anachronism without falling into the trap of nostalgia.
His drawings – whether the marginalia of One Season in Hell or the odd, scratchy aluminium leaf panel works – seem to come from the art academies of another era. Figurative forms drift in and out of focus – a line in a drawing could be someone’s arm and back, or it could be a huddle of abstract doodles – yet, no matter how provisional they look or how fragmented the bodies they represent, they are executed with a confident and economic sense of draftsmanship.
Dan Fox | frieze

Untitled . 2003

You Can't Leave Your Body Now . 2003

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