George Condo Studio Visit

Art Privee
Feb 27, 2013 8:13PM
Reclining Blue Form, 2011
Simon Lee Gallery

I visited George Condo's studio last night—he was so articulate and warm as he explained his process and answered questions. In his new works, he draws and paints beautiful figures on the canvas. He uses acrylic paint and pastel crayons because it dries faster than oil. The colors are truly glorious—lavender, purples, periwinkle blues—they look like Easter egg colors... The painting at right is from 2011, and as Condo continues to evolve, I think his work is getting better and better!

Linda Fischbach is a former librarian at the Library of Congress and a dedicated art lover—involved with the Guggenheim Museum's International Director's Council and a member of MoMA's Contemporary Arts Council. She has been visiting and researching private museums for more than a decade, and has compiled a list of the world's finest private art museums and collections. In October 2012, she founded to enable art enthusiasts to easily locate and uncover essential information on contemporary art collections and exhibitions worldwide.

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