Pam Glick, USA – artist in residence 2019

Formal play typifies Pam Glick’s practice. Hallmarked by her interest in the universal language of abstraction, Glick describes her painting process “as a playground that I set up.” Calligraphic pencil marks disrupt the paint, undermining the grid structure of the canvas; the layers of mark-making adding a cartographical aspect to the work. In The New York Times, Roberta Smith described the paintings as ‘beautiful castoffs, relics of better times, which adds gravity to their improvisational flair.’

Represented by
Stephen Friedman Gallery , London