Andrew Jensdotter reviewed by Hyperallergic and Westword


Hyperallergic's Kealey Boyd wrote an extensive review of Andrew Jensdotter's exhibition "Reading Color: Artforum 1965 - 2015" which has been extended through April 23rd. In her article she writes:

"Jensdotter’s abstract paintings are not pure, there is content and subject matter at every layer. By cutting into those layers, he destroys the authority of the individual, social, and historical context until all that remains is color. With a wink at art theorists, Jensdotter produces imitations of imitations, medium from content, and the result is a superior visual and analytical experience. The new formalists are delightfully cerebral."

Read the full Hyperallergic article

Michael Paglia of the Westword also calls Jensdotter's show "A Must See" and "sublime".

Read the full Westword article