Galerie Mourlot presents a solo exhibition of new work by Judith Seligson
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Galerie Mourlot presents a solo exhibition of new work by Judith Seligson
Installation view.

NEW YORK, NY.- Galerie Mourlot is presenting The More You Look The More You See, a solo exhibition of new work from the last two years, featuring paintings, a 3D sculpture painting, flower pigment prints, and recycling collages by Judith Seligson. The artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery opened on May 4 and remains on view through June 26, 2022.

The More You Look The More You See features Seligson’s hard-edged, geometric abstract paintings, in which she explores her interest in the interactions of colors, patterns, and space that all push the boundaries of the pictorial plane and create a sense of spatial tension—a style The Washington Post called “reminiscent of Stella and Albers.” Her paintings are influenced by music and are known for their rhythm and movement, for Seligson sees shapes as notes in a composition.

With these new works, Seligson continues to make a powerful impact through scale. She sees the painting’s size as itself a feminist statement. For her, paintings a few inches in each dimension prompt the question: How large must a painting be to be as important as any other painting? She calls her work Intimate Geometry. The graphite line is drawn with a straight edge, the painted line simply with a brush and her eye. The More You Look The More You See comprises some of Seligson’s most daring work, including a 3-D painting/sculpture developed over a period of seven years.

Judith Seligson (b. 1950) received her BA from Harvard/Radcliffe and studied painting with Flora Natapoff, Philip Guston, Leo Manso, and Victor Candell. Her work has been the subject of exhibitions at Galerie Mourlot, Anita Friedman Fine Arts, New York, NY; the Athenaeum, Alexandria, VA; Art 3 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC; and the Schlesinger Library at Harvard/Radcliffe, Cambridge, MA. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at A.I.R.Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Heidenberg Fine Art and Gary Snyder Fine Art, both in New York, NY. She is the author of the recently released book, Gaps and the Creation of Ideas: An Artist’s Book (Cambridge Scholars, 2021), which is a synthesis of twenty years of research on the space between things in art, science, and literature. She is based between New York City and Alexandria, Virginia.

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