Ryan McGinness talks showing your work, exploiting the analog glitches, pure geometry and the burden of communication.
Prolific | Approaching Fifty | Creating an Immersive Environment | Miles McEnery Gallery | Make a Statement | One Grand Singular Statement | Street Signs | One Grand Painting | The Black Holes | Narrative Elements | A System Started to Emerge | Systematic Approach to the Work | Why 72? | Site Specific |Easily Reconfigured to Any Other Space | Many Details to Discern | Macro and Micro Compositions | Taking in the Work | No Overarching Narrative | No Linear Way to Read the Work | Discreet Units of Meaning | No Stories | Interpreting | The Burden of Communication | Art that Invites You | Pure Geometry | Finding Truth in Geometry | Real World vs Simulation | Brush Work | Even Crosshatching | Communication Through Art | Art vs Graphic Design | Took the Pursuit of Art Very Seriously | Stickers and Zines | Silk Screening | That Takashi Murakami Interview | Beauty as a Trojan Horse | Universal Icon Aesthetic | Original Drawings | Hobo Signs | Henry Dreyfuss | Who is Bozo Texino | Fight for your Time | The Studio of the Mind that you Can’t Escape | Isotopes | Marcel Duchamp | Most of our Offenses are Language Based | Exploiting the Analog Glitches | The Process Informs the Finished Painting | The Cologne Progressives | Jori Finkel | Simulation of Mindscapes Book | No Fear of Sharing | Show Your Work | Driven by Logic
Ryan McGinness lives and works in New York, NY. His work is included in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA and Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, among others.
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