1 edition of John Zurier found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||Gallery Paule Anglim|
|LC Classifications||ND237.Z87 P38 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
John Zurier - Reykjavik Book (1), Watercolor on paper, 15 3/8” x 21 1/8”, Fr. 19 1/4” x 25”. - Explore hamboko's board "John Zurier", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Contemporary paintings, John, Abstract painting pins.
John Zurier, Summer Book, Niels Borch Jensen, Berlin John Zurier and Friends, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, CA Recent Watercolors, Lawrence Markey, San Antonio, Texas East, Galerie Nordenhacke, Berlin John Zurier: Watercolors, Galleri Gangur (The Corridor), Reykjavik, Iceland. John Zurier (American, b) is a Contemporary artist best known for his abstract, luminous canvases that use hand-mixed colors. Born in Santa Monica, CA, Zurier received his BA and MFA from the University of California, Berkeley. He employs a range of brushwork and surface techniques to highlight the various textures of the canvas, often using distemper (a tempera paint made with dry.
Opening: 24 November , 6 – 9 pm With artist talk between John Zurier and Mark Gisbourne (art historian and curator) at pm Exhibition: 24 November – 2 February “What I like about etching is that it is a mental and physical construction involving both a direct and an indirect process. [ ] Even haphazard incidental lines, random scratches, and the most delicate wavering. John Zurier is a painter whose abstract almost monochrome paintings are informed by Abstract Expressionism, Post-War French painting, and Japanese aesthetics. His .
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JOHN ZURIER: Paintings The first comprehensive overview of the artist's practice, published by Peter Blum Editions in conjunction with the exhibition "West of the Future".
This book contains 97 full-color reproductions of his paintings with an essay by Robert Storr and foreword by Lawrence Rinder. Installation Views. Texts. John Zurier, Paintings Gallery Paule Anglim. Paperback. 3 offers from $ Next. Customers who bought this item also bought.
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In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate Author: Robert Storr. John Zurier is a contemporary American painter who employs a range of brushwork and surface techniques to highlight the various textures of the canvas. View John Zurier’s 65 artworks on artnet.
Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available paintings, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the ality: American. John Zurier paints abstract, near-monochrome paintings whose colors range from muted tones to vibrant hues.
Concerned with capturing qualities of light and weather effects, Zurier employs a range of brushstrokes and surface treatments, revealing the texture of the canvas or obscuring it with layers of thick ’s work has been described as transcending the gestural and material to.
John Zurier. John Zurier was born in in Santa Monica, California and lives and works in Berkeley, California and Reykjavik, Iceland. Recently he presented solo exhibitions at The Club, Tokyo (), New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe () and UC Berkeley, Art.
John Zurier. John Zurier's reductive, near-monochrome paintings offer renewed testimony to the artist's dedication to color, the material fact of painting and painting’s history. His soft-hued abstract printings play at crossing the line into representation. Filled with the sensation of nature, they evoke the silence of luminous weather and.
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He came to Zurier in as a territory sales manager, currently, he is responsible for the financial aspects of the daily business and Zurier’s ESOP. John Zurier. In John Zurier’s works, seemingly monochromatic surfaces evolve into visual poetry. His language is minimal and at the same time very distinct: Linear elements build up space through an interaction of presence and absence.
John Zurier, "Summer Book blue sugarlift",spit bite aqzatint, sugar lift aquatint, 35,5 x 27 cm, edition of 12 John Zurier, "Green softground",soft ground etching, 57,5 x 40,5 cm, edition of John Zurier’s work has been moving toward a sturdier sense of individuality, complicating his frequent categorization as a monochromatic painter.
The works in his current show—the Berkeley-based artist’s fourth at Peter Blum—assert themselves as a cast of characters. InZurier collaborated with poet Bill Berkson on the book Repeat After Me. Zurier made watercolors on Japanese notebook paper to complement poems by Berkson.
John Zurier has exhibited in the United States and Europe, and his work is in permanent collections including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Microsoft Corporation Art.
American Prints An exhibition in honor of the donation of John P. Axelrod. Catalogue by Richard S. Field, Sara D. Baughman, Debra N. Mancoff, Lora S. Urbanelli and Rebecca Zurier. May-Aug. by New Haven.
Yale University. Art Gallery. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Zurier: 'Once I get there, I Know Where I am' 07/26/ pm ET Updated Painter John Zurier -- whose exhibition A spring a thousand years ago was recently on view at Peter Blum Gallery -- is attracted to the idea of spareness.
John Zurier “Summer Book blue softground” Medium: Soft ground etching. Paper: 35,5 x 27 cm., 14 × 10 3/5 in.
Image: 20 x 14 cm., x in. Edition of 12 + 3 AP. Published by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery and Editions. Condition: Mint. Price: EUR: request info.
John Zurier and Friends, Crown Point Press, San Francisco John Zurier: Summer Book, Niels Borch Jensen, Berlin. Stars Without Distance, Peter Blum Gallery, NY At the very end of the blue sky, The Club, Tokyo John Zurier, Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger, Norway Dust and Troubled Air, Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco.
John Zurier remembers Bill Berkson and reads three short poems by him, at the Bill Berkson Memorial Tribute, Saturday, Septemat. Get this from a library. John Zurier: paintings, [John Zurier; Robert Storr; Lawrence Rinder]. John Zurier has said that one of his first painting problems was largely a failure: “I tried to paint the sky seen between two buildings so that the whole of my painting would be nothing but an empty blue space…I thought it would be very easy to do, but found it nearly impossible.” His reductive, near-monochrome paintings, watercolors, and prints evoke the ephemeral quality.
John Zurier was born in Santa Monica, California in Zurier lives and works in Berkeley and Oakland, CA. Zurier has exhibited extensilvely, including: the 30th São Paulo Biennial in São Paulo, Brazil inthe California Biennial at the Orange County Museum.
John Zurier • Summer Book • While working at the print studio in the summer ofZurier investigated the technique of line etching as a way of drawing on the plate: ‘What I was looking for in these prints was a slow and variable light.This book contains 97 full color reproductions of his paintings with an essay by Robert Storr and foreword by Lawrence Rinder.
Book size: 8 1/4 x 11 7/8 inches (21 x 30 cm) pages, hardbound with linen First Edition: PublishedEdition of Second Edition: PublishedEdition of $ There is a 1st edition signed by Zurier.
John Zurier’s abstract, nearly monochrome paintings are spare in form and substantial in presence. The true beauty of the works lies in their subtlety. Zurier’s pieces quietly demand that one looks and looks again to see all that is there - past the uniform tones of backdrop, the creases of canvas, the intention of marks and gestures, then pans back to the whole of what is there - to.