09.22.20 Posted by David Behringer Alex Dodge is pushing the future of painting. His signature raised patterns of oil paint are digitally sketched using 3D design software before landing on traditional canvas using laser-cut stencils and airbrushed backgrounds… Read the full article here
September 18, 2020 Alex Dodge The characters in this Brooklyn painter’s new works, at Klaus von Nichtssagend, seem to float in a desolate virtual space. Their blue-to-white gradient backgrounds are actually inspired by a technique that predates digital design: Dodge studied traditional woodblock printing in Japan and borrows the bokashi cross-fade technique to create his […]
September 11 through October 18, 2020 54 Ludlow Street New York, NY 10002 More info here.
Peel from Nature－自然からの剥離 熊谷守一、浮田要三、アレックス・ダッジ、ラッセル・タイラー Morikazu Kumagai, Yozo Ukita, Alex Dodge, Russell Tyler Group show opening at Mitsukoshi Contemporary at Mitsukoshi Nihombashi Main Store, Tokyo. July 15 through July 27th. More Details here.
William Eric Brown, Michelle Brandemuehl, Keiko Narahashi, and Sarah Tortora Curated by Alex Dodge December 14, 2019 – January 18, 2020 Opening Reception: Saturday, December 14, 6– 8pm ULTERIOR GALLERY 172 Attorney St. New York, NY 10002 Everyday Animals are reliable animals. Our dogs, our cats. They are part of our daily lives; they are […]
Work included in Driving Forces On view at PCCMA 10.26.19 – 3.8.20 On view at CMA 11.1.19 – 2.2.20 As artists respond to the world around them, their creations become social and cultural forces in their own right. With work by more than 75 artists from more than 20 different countries, Driving Forces: Contemporary Art […]
A new artist edition “Comfort House” will be available at the 2019 Tokyo Art Book Fair through Maki Fine Arts. The fair will take place at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo from July 12 – 15, 2019. Comfort House, 2019 Suite of 5 laser-cut inkjet and toner print collages on paper, embossed folio, picture […]
Included in: Journal of Contemporary Painting Volume 5, Number 1 The algorithm and painting semi-skilled: Notes for an exhibition Authors: Chris Reitz Page: 177-194 DOI: 10.1386/jcp.5.1.177_1 Abstract: When Gabriel Orozco began painting in the mid-2000s he did so via a turn to non-compositional strategies of making – to painting by algorithm, on the one hand, […]
ALEX DODGE: THE TRAUMA OF INFORMATION Traditional Japanese techniques revived in tandem with modern tools BY CAROLINE PERRINE | POSTED ON FEBRUARY 20, 2019 Ahead of Art Fair Tokyo 2019, Metropolis reached out to Alex Dodge, who will be exhibiting in partnership with Maki Fine Arts in the Projects space. Dodge’s work is included in a number of private collections, including The Metropolitan […]