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Lucy Bull at David Kordansky

Lucy Bull: Piper

Igniting the senses of her viewers, Lucy Bull’s visionary abstractions toy with space, texture, and gesture through the artist’s potent palette of colors and effectual markings and brushstrokes. On view at David Kordansky, the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York, “Piper,” is open from September 10—October 15, where Bull is introducing a new series of painted canvases. Leaving out an imposed narrative and opting instead to allow her viewers to create their own by association, the show features compositions that allow the scale to impact the viewing experience—like the 84 x 68 inches tie-dye-reminiscent Criss and the work titled Key, which appears as though it could hold some mystical horizon within its 54 x 94 1/4-inches of oil paint on linen. 

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