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Episode 4: Two Weeks/Two Works: Grier Edmundson

Two Weeks/Two Works: Grier Edmundson

Fourteen30 Contemporary

By Daniel J Glendening

The final episode of Fourteen30 Contemporary’s four-exhibition series, Two Weeks/Two Works, features the work of Grier Edmundson: an oil on canvas diptych, “Hans Blix and Pink Mittens,” from 2006, hung on a wall papered with screen printed newsprint, “Optimum Expansion (After Iain and Ingrid).” “Hans Blix and Pink Mittens” is just that: two paintings, one 48″ x 48″ depicting a pair of nearly red gloves on a white ground, hands crossed at the wrist right over left, the other a small 10.5″ x 7.5″ portrait of an aging man, presumably the titular Hans Blix, a Swedish politician. 411 more words


Five Art Fairs in Eight Days...Really?...Really!

Art Fairs really do a number on your eyes! Counting Photo LA the previous weekend I’ve attended five “art” fairs in 8 days. That really is verging on visual gluttony. 1,345 more words

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Grier Edmundson, "Looking Around Looking"

Grier Edmundson. Looking Around Looking.

Fourteen30 Contemporary

by Daniel J Glendening

In Looking Around Looking, Grier Edmundson presents a body of work that addresses, to some degree, the difficulty of being human. 495 more words