White Space Interview by Rosecrans Baldwin
Cézanne couldn’t tell you what an apple looked like, not empirically (who could?), but his paintings shocked audiences by conveying what apples looked like to him. Painter Silke Schöner turns landscapes on their heads with extraction, paving fields and sky with empty plains of space that we can fill in. A new exhibition of Schöner’s work opens this week, May 14, 2009 at Dillon Gallery in New York, and will be on view through June.
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