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William LaChance’s studio process involves sourcing and deploying a wide range of imagery, figurative and abstract, from high and low culture. Like work by David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, and Amy Sillman, William LaChance’s paintings, with their broad planar passages, colorful patterns, and representational imagery, give the simultaneous impressions of overtly flat abstraction and the shallow, artificial space of stage sets. Interested in modernism’s gestalt simultaneity and vernacular visual languages, William LaChance always conveys a sense of modernist formality and provisional composition.
Image: Apotheke, oil and enamel on mounted paper, 12″ x 14″, 2017
|Opening||12th October 2017|
|Closing||7th November 2017|