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Dudley’s work represents a historical dialogue between the minimal practices of the East and West Coasts in the 60s & 70s in the U.S. and simultaneously speaks to a new generation of globally-connected artists who are re-examining perfectionist surfaces and minimalist practices.

Press Release

Magenta Plains is pleased to present Don Dudley: Recent Work, an exhibition of eight new panel paintings and eight works on paper made during the past two years by the New York-based painter.

Born in Los Angeles, California in 1930, Dudley lived and worked on the West Coast for thirty-eight years before relocating to New York City in 1969. Dudley is a crucial, historical link between the optical …

Magenta Plains is pleased to present Don Dudley: Recent Work, an exhibition of eight new panel paintings and eight works on paper made during the past two years by the New York-based painter.

Born in Los Angeles, California in 1930, Dudley lived and worked on the West Coast for thirty-eight years before relocating to New York City in 1969. Dudley is a crucial, historical link between the optical and surface oriented “Cool School” or “Finish Fetish” generation of California artists who came into prominence in the 1960s (largely revolving around the Ferus Gallery scene) and the more cerebral, …

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Location

94 Allen Street
New York, NY, US
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–6pm