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John Zurier

October 3 (Yellow), 2017

Soft grounbd etching
24 4/5 × 18 1/10 in
63 × 46 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
location
Berlin, Copenhagen
About the work
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Signed and numbered by the artist
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BORCH Editions
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John Zurier
American, b. 1956
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John Zurier paints abstract, near-monochrome paintings whose colors range from muted tones to vibrant hues. Concerned with capturing qualities of light and weather effects, Zurier employs a range of brushstrokes and surface treatments, revealing the texture of the canvas or obscuring it with layers of thick impasto. Zurier’s work has been described as transcending the gestural and material to evoke the emotional. “I think the Japanese painter Ike No Taiga [1723–1776] was right,” Zurier has said; “the most difficult thing to achieve in painting is creating a space where absolutely nothing has been painted.”

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About the work
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Print
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Signed and numbered by the artist
Publisher
BORCH Editions
Image rights
The artist & BORCH Editions
John Zurier
American, b. 1956
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John Zurier paints abstract, near-monochrome paintings whose colors range from muted tones to vibrant hues. Concerned with capturing qualities of light and weather effects, Zurier employs a range of brushstrokes and surface treatments, revealing the texture of the canvas or obscuring it with layers of thick impasto. Zurier’s work has been described as transcending the gestural and material to evoke the emotional. “I think the Japanese painter Ike No Taiga [1723–1776] was right,” Zurier has said; “the most difficult thing to achieve in painting is creating a space where absolutely nothing has been painted.”

John Zurier

October 3 (Yellow), 2017

Soft grounbd etching
24 4/5 × 18 1/10 in
63 × 46 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
location
Berlin, Copenhagen
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