If viewed through a strictly aesthetic lens, these works represent Stone’s boldest painting works to date, while continuing the conceptual narrative which has always been present.
In these works, Stone unmakes the tradition of landscape painting, by filling the canvas with figurative elements, that almost, but do not quite, dissolve into a dizzying abstraction. There are flashes of Kandinsky, Picasso, Twombly and Pollock alongside traces of Stone’s journey from and to the edge of abstraction.
Representing the culmination of a six year conceptual evolution across both painting and sculpture, works are on showroom view at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery in Berlin.
Kristin Hjellegjerde Berlin
Linien Str. 130 10115
Wednesday - Saturday
12pm - 6pm