Grace Weaver

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The long-limbed figures in the paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Grace Weaver exist “halfway between reality and fable,” depicted in vivid colour palettes of pink and red as they engage in everyday activities: painting their nails, braiding their hair, making avocado toast. In an age so concerned with “relatability,” Weaver’s paintings are playful and self-aware, resulting in work that is reflective of quotidian realities while avoiding cliché. This is the first monograph of her work.
ISBN 9783735606532. Kerber Verlag.
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The long-limbed figures in the paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Grace Weaver exist “halfway between reality and fable,” depicted in vivid colour palettes of pink and red as they engage in everyday activities: painting their nails, braiding their hair, making avocado toast. In an age so concerned with “relatability,” Weaver’s paintings are playful and self-aware, resulting in work that is reflective of quotidian realities while avoiding cliché. This is the first monograph of her work.
  • Publisher
    Kerber Verlag
  • Release
    March 2021
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    160 pages. 54 colour, 47 b/w ills. 24 x 32 cm
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