February 2, 2017 Back To News

Ulf Puder Reviewed in The Creators Project

The Creators Project, part of the VICE network, featured Ulf Puder’s third solo show in New York.

Puder’s paintings fall somewhere between a demonstration of the artist’s careful study of form and pure abstraction. His objects are distinct thanks to his strong line, but they are colored and arranged in a way that suggests something funny about their geometry. “I see my work as a link in a chain between existing images of past generations (a huge history from which we all draw) and the unknown,” Puder tells The Creators Project. “I use picture titles from the history of art which become departures points for my work in design, color, and form.”

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