Lisa Kinzelberg produces drawings and paintings that include large-scale abstracts, portraits, and figurative works. Coming from a long line of prominent musicians and percussionists, Kinzelberg paints like a drummer or conductor, focusing on rhythm and movement. She intentionally interrupts lines, sculpts and composes the surface of her compositions, strategically covering and revealing markings to produce a highly evocative composition, color field, texture, and energy. Many pieces evoke urban buildings or natural surfaces, like water, stone, rock, pavement, sky, and brick. For more information, contact Catherine ([email protected]) from Virgil Catherine Gallery or visit lisakinzelbergart.com.
LOOKING AHEAD TO NEXT SUMMER, MARK YOUR CALENDARS TO PURCHASE TICKETS THIS AUGUST FOR THE CLEVE CARNEY MUSEUM OF ART AND THE MCCANINCH ARTS CENTER AT COLLEGE OF DUPAGE’S ANDY WARHOL EXHIBITION JUNE 3 – SEPT 10, 2023
Notable works from the College of DuPage Permanent Art Collection include Warhol’s 1980 screen-printed portrait of Joseph Beuys as well as his iconic $ (1983). The exhibition will also present over 100 photographs by Warhol from the college’s permanent collection, comprised of both black-and-white gelatin silver prints and color Polaroid prints featuring unidentified figures and celebrities alike. These photographs offer a rare and intimate glimpse into Warhol’s New York of the 1970’s and 80’s. The exhibition will encompass both the CCMA and the MAC, unfolding across roughly 10,000 squarefeet of exhibition space. Educational and interactive elements will include a historical timeline, video archive installation, interactive mural, children’s print factory area, Studio 54 experience and Central Park-inspired outdoor café, creating an immersive, multifaceted exhibition focused on the life and work of one of the most influential artists of the past century. Tickets go on sale Aug. 6, 2022, to purchase or learn more, visit Warhol2023.org.