Jay Shinn’s Square Cube x4, woodcut, 36 x 36 in.
A line, simply, takes on a multitude of meanings: division, horizon, object, space, movement, shape, frenzied activity, structure, edge, to lead, to follow, a beginning and an end. Marty Walker Gallery presents an exhibition of prints by Ted Kincaid, Tom Orr, Jay Shinn, and more – artists who question the physical sense of boundary by using line, drawn or implied, to break the surface plane and extend beyond flat space to activate a palpitating openness. The exhibition vacillates between rigidly structured investigations that recall Sol Lewitt and the free-flowing Duchampian randomness of chance.
Billy Zinser
Marty Walker Gallery
2135 Farrington Street, Dallas, TX 75207
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