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Published on Feb 10, 2014
During his decades of dogging the Brooklyn art scene, James Kalm has been bumping into the work of Lauren Luloff, and it's always stood out. With "Pineapples and Teapots" Luloff presents work with more elegant simplicity, yet maintaining her funkster urgency. Employing a mixture of fabrics and meshes, using bleach to white out brush drawn images, and exploring the violation of the picture plane, Luloff brings a large scale ambition to collage. Having spent time in a tiny village in Gujarat India twice over two years studying traditional block printing, the artist is extending the underappreciated legacy of Pattern & Decorative painting.