Art In America

Israel Lund

at David Lewis,
88 Eldridge St.

His abstract paintings appearing like blown-up photocopies, Israel Lund has produced for his first solo exhibition at David Lewis 14 free-standing works in photo emulsion on acrylic mesh, in aluminum frames of various colors. The human-sized works are a departure from the artist's earlier, smaller, canvas-based paintings. Lund uses a PDF-making application on his phone to create distorted images which he then silkscreens, manipulating screen, ink and squeegee to create pixelated paintings.

 

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