Rachel Shipps reviewed Ana Guerra’s exhibition at Cade Tompkins Projects.
“Work of artist Ana Guerra displays great technical restraint, yet the impact of her paintings is personal. The entrance to her show at the Cade Tompkins Gallery provides a well-chosen primer in Guerra’s style, which here hovers between illustrative and affective. The small work local space summer introduces a grouping of four paintings each representing a season. The thickness of paint and graduations of color in these diminutive works suggest moisture and light, but their titles also prepare visitors for an exploration of time. This effect of diffused illumination mimics the blur of light through foliage, but layers resolve into broad horizontal bands of color.”
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