Rudolf de Crignis / MATRIX 245
Rudolf de Crignis' first solo museum exhibition in the United States, MATRIX 245 brings together fourteen paintings and a series of graphite-and-wash works on paper from 1991 to 2006. De Crignis would begin with a smooth white gesso ground, then over weeks add as many as forty layers of semitransparent paint in glazes. The finished paintings coalesce as radiant veils of color interwoven with light reflecting back from the white gesso ground through the sequenced hues and tones.
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