Liliana Bloch Gallery

Liliana Bloch Gallery

http://lilianablochgallery.com

214 991 5617

2271 Monitor St.

Dallas, Texas 75207

CURRENT

Christian Fagerlund: Unmade

Liliana Bloch Gallery

May 12 - June 16, 2018

"Unmade consists of two recent series of oil paintings by artist Christian Fagerlund. The first is a group of back portraits. Using a relatively consistent setting, composition, and scale, these paintings collectively explore themes of self, specificity, and vulnerability. The second series represents a departure from Fagerlund’s figurative realist approach and its focus on naturalistic drawing and form. These paintings are distillations of complex visual moments—records of a specific time and location, scrupulously observed and represented as ratio, value, and color."



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