Artists in this exhibition refresh the fluid painting techniques associated
with postwar abstraction, while reflecting the influence of digital culture
through the process of pouring paint. The exhibition explores why, in our
digital age, so many painters continue to “pour” paint to create images
and how those images resonate with today’s society.
Artists in the exhibition | Ingrid Calame, Kris Chatterson, Roland Flexner, Angelina Gualdoni,
Carrie Moyer, Carolanna Parlato, David Reed, Jackie Saccoccio, and Carrie Yamaoka.
Curators | Elisabeth Condon , Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing, University of South Florida
Carol Prusa , Professor of Painting and Drawing, Florida Atlantic University
Artist Talk | Kris Chatterson
Monday, February 4, 2013
POUR/Papercuts: A Family Day
Saturday, February 16, 2013
1 – 3 pm
Pour (Paint): a Symposium
Saturday, February 23, 2013
2 – 5 pm
A selection of artists and writers will discuss aspects of the exhibition & related abstract art.
Participants include: Carrie Moyer, Stephen Maine, Carrie Yamaoka, Carol Prusa,
Elisabeth Condon, and Tyler Emerson-Dorsch.
Images (clockwise): Carrie Moyer, Diver, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60", courtesy CANADA, LLC., Ingrid Calame, hoo-koo-koo-koo, 2003, enamel paint on aluminum, 72 x 72”, copyright the artist. Courtesy the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, Fort Lauderdale, FL.; Roland Flexner, Untitled, 2011, Liquid graphite on paper, 5 1/2" x 7", courtesy of D’Amelio Gallery, New York and Angelina Gualdoni, Opening the Gates, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 47 x 52", courtesy of Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York.
The POUR exhibition and symposium are made possible in part by the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation. The exhibition catalog was supported by the University of South Florida System Internal Awards Program under Grant No. 0048262. The project was produced in collaboration with FAU’s Department of Visual Arts and Art History. The project was made possible in part by the Palm Beach County Cultural Council; R.A. Ritter Foundation; Beatrice Cummings Mayer and individual contributors. Museum Education programs are made possible by the Kaye Endowment for Arts Integration.