Marc Straus


February 11, 2017 Back To News

Liliane Tomasko Featured on ArtLyst

Lizanne Merrill talks to Liliane Tomasko on her first exhibition with Marc Straus Gallery in New York:

“I would argue that the hardest thing to do, for a seasoned, well-trained, and technically savvy artist, is to paint like a child. After an impressive education at London’s top art academies, how on earth do you find the faith to follow an innocent impulse? For artist Liliane Tomasko, it was motherhood that forced the new phase in her art practice. “Watching my young son draw with such direct expression of emotion had a profound impact on me. Having a child opened me up, and made me more carefree, experimental and ultimately more willing to push boundaries.” All the paintings in her exhibition at New York’s Marc Straus gallery were made in 2016 with raw, joyous, confident and deeply felt flair.”

Read the full article here.

Download PDF Artist Page

Artist Related News
Five Booths Not to Miss at Volta NY This Year
Critic Charles Riley of Hamptons Art Hub picked Liliane Tomasko's paintings as one of the five not to be missed at Volta this year. The sweeping gestures and fearless colors of Liliane Tomasko’s stunning paintings are the lure, but once I engaged with the work I found myself trying to unravel some of the skein… Read More...
VOLTA NY 2017 – Booth A08
We're proud to return to the 2017 edition of VOLTA NY. This year we showcase the works of Liliane Tomasko and Todd Murphy. Please visit us at Booth A08, Navy Pier 90, West 50th Street 12 Avenue. Download the preview of available works from the link below. Read More...
Liliane Tomasko Exhibition Reviews
Liliane Tomasko's inaugural exhibitions gets mentioned on ArtDaily and ArtLyst. Artlyst: ArtDaily: Read More...
ArteFuse Reviews Ulf Puder and Liliane Tomasko
Jonathan Goodman reviews the Ulf Puder and Liliane Tomasko shows on Arte Fuse. Ulf Puder and Liliane Tomasko are putting on an excellent two-person show at Marc Straus Gallery, located on the Lower East Side, on the edge of Chinatown. Each has a sizable room, with Puder’s work occupying the ground floor and Tomasko’s paintings… Read More...
Click image to zoom