Carroll Dunham | NOWNESS

April 28, 2016

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Known for painting directly onto wood veneer, Carroll Dunham incorporates the knots and grains of his medium into his sprawling freehand works. Blurring abstract, geometric and often-provocative anthropomorphic forms to create vibrant monotype prints, the New York-based artist has defied categorization since he began working in the early 1980s. In a new film from New York-based production company How Follows What, director Sam Fleischner captures the artist’s unique process.

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