Interplay features Ruth Pastine’s Primary Red, Blue, and Yellow Series paintings and pastel works on paper that engage the iconic structure of the canvas, predominantly the Suprematist Square, to reaffirm the internal architecture of the work. With the introduction of soft edges between hue and value separations within the square, vertical, and horizontal canvases, the parameters and margins, both structural and ephemeral, present a subtle yet complex shifting geometry. The exhibition is accompanied by a 44-page full-color catalog with essays by Peter Frank and Scott White, and was reviewed in Art Ltd. magazine by Amy Galpin, Curator of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (CFAM) at Rollins College, FL.
Scott White Contemporary Art
989 West Kalmia St.
San Diego, CA 92101
September 14 to November 2, 2013