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Andrea Marie Breiling, "Where's the Lie (America)," 2020; © Andrea Marie Breiling, courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery.

Andrea Marie Breiling: BIG MOOD

Katy Donoghue

23 September 2020

Night Gallery presents “BIG MOOD,” an exhibition of new paintings by Andrea Marie Breiling. The artist’s practice is animated by a spirit of reverent defiance, engaging the history of abstract painting while she resists a singular mode of inquiry. This new body of work invites the viewer to dispel with convention and experience each piece on its own wholehearted terms.

The works in the exhibition subvert the conventions of painting. In some places the canvas is dyed instead of primed, creating vivid foundations for dizzyingly saturated compositions. By combining a myriad substrates, Breiling allows violent chemical reactions to appear on her paintings. She approaches each painting with a unique set of solutions, showing a masterful understanding of color and a spirit of discovery.

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