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by Erik Lindman



Erik Lindman (born in 1985 in New York, USA) uses found surfaces in his paintings. The found surfaces incorporated an objective correlative into the painting: a pre-made element from which to begin. Through editing, these surfaces are reshaped and orientated on the canvas. The aim is for the found surface to read as visually integrated, not dimensionally separated.

Features text by Alex Bacon.

This book is published in conjunction with Erik Lindman’s exhibition Blanks held at Almine Rech Paris, from March 21st to April 20th, 2015.

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Quantity First edition of 1000
Dimensions 29 x 20,5 cm 11,4 x 7,6 Inch
Language English
Publisher Almine Rech Editions
Contributors Alex Bacon
Pages 95
ISBN 978-2-930573-16-8
Publication Date 2016


Erik Lindman

’My work often uses anonymous found surfaces as compositional elements: found sheets of painted luan, fragments of plastic armatures, or marred shards of stainless steel are joined, glued, and screwed together, initiating a cascade of decisions that ultimately articulate value and attention.

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