L & G Projects is proud to present a female-centric spring group show exhibiting the dynamic and diverse female artists within its program. Artist highlighted in this show include;
Multi-talented Israeli artist Orit Fuchs is known for her stunning minimalist portraits of women. Orits hyperpigmented works are a refreshing combination of old meets new. An exciting merge of Hollywood golden era glam with sophisticated Pop minimal colors and silhouettes. A former advertising art director Orit creates across a range of mediums including painting, sculpture, video, knitting, and photography.
Iranian-born Sepideh Ilsley, now settled in Australia after many years in Sweden, Ilsley brings influences from this varied background into her remarkably serene work. Simple and soulful Sepideh’s minimalist approach invites contemplation and introspective to any space.
Artist critic Peter Frank says of Raskins work “At present Raskin works in two modes, both of them readily recognizable as couched in modernist formal language and thinking. One mode in effect reconsiders the late work of Henri Matisse from the other side of Abstract Expressionism; the other looks back at the Bauhaus from the “position” of Pop Art. The modernist reach, spanning decades, collapses in Raskin’s approach into a visual experience that indeed feels hybrid, but also feels integral: she draws out the visual essences of high-modernist phenomena by finding their echoes in late-modernist practice.”