Josh Sperling draws on the language of minimalist painting from the 1960s and 1970s, primarily working with shaped canvases. He crafts intricate plywood supports over which canvas is stretched and painted in a signature palette of saturated, sometimes clashing colors. In their three-dimensionality, his works blur the lines between painting and sculpture, image and object. Mining a wide range of sources, from design to art history, Sperling has crafted a unique visual vocabulary remarkable for its expressive quality and irrepressible energy.
MILLENNIALS22 Apr - 2 May 2021Visit the Viewing Room Digital art investments platform ARTCELS launches a new blue-chip art portfolio 'Millennials'. Available to investors as share-based ownership using non-fungible tokens, it is backed by its own revolutionary Swiss-based cryptocurrency - ARTEM. Millennials marks a major step up for ARTCELS, which is looking to build on...Read more