Andrew Falkowski “All and One”
In “All and One”, Andrew Falkowski’s fifth one artist exhibition with Rosamund Felsen Gallery, several series of paintings are presented that examine the relationship between studio production and media output.
Materials and visual styles from popular culture and Pop Art are sourced as bold colors and familiar designs are used.
Synecdoche, a painting series consisting of tight tablet sized grids, owe as much to Excel spreadsheets as to running shoe designs. Here, deviations from predetermined parameters are exemplified through color choices and placement.
In another painting, sharing the same name of the show “All and One”, reference is made to Roy Lichtenstein’s early pop work through the tactility of a ben-day dot pattern.
Minimalist monochromatic paintings, created from milk paint and sheets of cell cast acrylic plexiglass, make nods to both car culture and industrial fabrication.