Crisp shapes and a whiplash of color create visual dissonance in Margaux Ogden’s painting It’s All Fleeting (2014). There’s more than meets the eye; tucked in amongst the eccentric shapes are short non-sequiturs, including the eponymous title. Ogden lives and works in Brooklyn, and in the past year has had solo exhibitions at ltd los angeles and Freight + Volume, New York.
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Image rights: Courtesy of the artist and Johannes Vogt Gallery