Recent Oil Paintings
David Zwirner is pleased to present recent paintings and works on paper by Suzan Frecon in concurrent exhibitions in New York and London, marking the artist's first show in London and her fourth overall solo presentation with the gallery.
For almost five decades, Frecon has created abstract paintings that address issues of horizontality and verticality, asymmetrical balances, and interacting arrangements of color. Each composition is the result of a deliberative process guided by careful attention to spatial relationships. Working slowly, she accrues paint gradually, allowing the process of arriving at a given configuration to take ultimate precedence.
Information about the concurrent London exhibition can be found here
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"I think the truth of a painting is the paint itself. All the explanations can’t change what that truth is."—Suzan Frecon. Tell Me Something Good: Artist Interviews from The Brooklyn Rail brings together 60 of the New York-based journal's most important interviews with artists. The book includes an extensive interview with Suzan Frecon by John Yau, conducted at the artist's studio in New York in 2005.