Selected by Clare Lilley, Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Frieze Sculpture (4 July–7 October 2018) features works by 25 contemporary and modern artists in Regent's Park.
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“When I came to New York City I knew nothing. Nothing about being an artist, nothing about selling or exhibiting, really nothing. This isn't unusual because I believe a lot of people come here thinking one thing and finding something else entirely.”
“I began developing my own contemporary mythologies, continuing to paint scenes that told a story about the characters and personal relationships in my everyday life but also referring to the painting traditions.'“
“When I look back at my work from past few years, I would say, that it was nearly a natural consequence, regarding the vocabulary I use, to focus on the simple things – the common things.”
“I’ve just finished a fully illustrated book, The Spirit Almanac, which will be published in Autumn of this year with Penguin Random House, New York. It’s written by Emma Loewe and Lindsay Kellner. It’s very healing in content and visually the illustrations toe the line between the mystical and the surreal.”
“Working the colors is always the hardest for me - how to combine the shades, how to have them interacting, how to keep the composition balanced - it's a challenge every time. In my paintings, I seek for a strong visual effect where colors play a big role.”
“I do control the process and I know how they will all interact but there is also some part of the process that is then open, left to chance so to say. As if there is something unresolved.”