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Mary Weatherford's exhibition "Neon Paintings" is on view at the Aspen Art Museum.
December 18, 2020 - May 2, 2021
Now on view at the Aspen Art Museum is the artist Mary Weatherford's exhibition "Neon Paintings." For its presentation, the Los Angeles-based painter—who's incorporated neon lights into her large-scale works since 2012—is showing pivotal pieces from the past decade. Since the 1980s, Weatherford's works have spanned a wide variety of subjects and techniques, but all communicate scenes she's personally associated with. In each, she challenges the idea of abstract painting with methods like screen printing and collage. In "Neon Paintings," we see works that reference specific circumstances of time and place—like Blue Cut Fire from 2017, an emotional depiction of the fires in the San Gabriel Mountains of California the year before.
“The Chastened Cowboy,” by Will Cotton is on view at Baldwin Gallery.
“Worship Works,” an exhibition of new works by Genesis Tramaine, is on view at Almine Rech through August 1.
“Second Nature” is on view at the pop-up space by Lehmann Maupin and Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
“Aspen Drift" is on view at Aspen Art Museum through October 10.
Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s “In the Valley” is on view at Almine Rech in Aspen, CO, through June 20.