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Published on Apr 22, 2014
Like Don Judd and Peter Plegens, the painter Stephen Maine balances his careers as painter, art critic and educator. Having developed his vision of abstraction over more than thirty years, Maine has developed a very personal and unique method that removes his hand and habits from the paintings. With a very perceptive eye, and probing intellect, he questions every received concept and intuition of what "abstract painting" truly is. Maine gives viewers a brief walking tour explanation through this, his latest show. Included views of paintings by Sigmar Polke are spliced in as points of comparison A musical introduction is provided by Angelo and Archie and was recorded live, under the Arch, at Washington Square Park.