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Li Trincere, 1991, black-and-white drawing, 12 × 12 inches. Courtesy Berland Hall Gallery.
Casseine on canvas over wood, titled Ohne Titel (Totem), by Blinky Palermo, 1964. Part of the Köln portfolio.
“Every time you remember something, it’s not like you’re being teleported to the past—you’re actually physically experiencing it in the present.”
A painter colleague, Fabian Marcaccio, uses a phrase to describe a certain kind of artist. He says that they are “long runners.” Stanley Whitney is a long runner.
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I’m very interested in completely losing a sense of time and scale with my images.