March Issue 2002
eyespy in Charleston, SC, March Show Features Three Artists from New York City
eyespy art and performance in Charleston, SC,
announces its fifth show Recent Work - Three Artists from New
York opening Mar. 1 and running thru Apr. 3, 2002.
Mike Petrovich, a Charleston native now living in Brooklyn, NY, had a showing of his work in last year's Piccolo Spoleto festival. For this exhibit, Petrovich will show large-scale expressionistic paintings, as well as some more conceptually based pieces which he has been pursuing since 9/11. The events of 9/11 and its impact on the city in which he lives, are a major focus of Petrovich's recent work.
Christian Fuller is showing paintings which contain primitive elements along with word associations. Fuller has developed an incredible palette, mixing oil sticks with other paints. Stylistically, his paintings are reminiscent of Basquiat, but the content is his own, with figures lost in other-worldly landscapes.
Eric Wolf presents small abstract works on found cardboard. Wolf calls the imagery "an intuitive extension of consciousness". His work comes across as very Zen-like and beautiful. Irony and satire infuse the paintings, which are part color-field, part surrealist landscape.
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