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New Hard Edge Paintings On Shaped Canvases by Li Trincere

Attached please find new shaped canvas paintings by New York-based artist Li Trincere that she is debuting in her first exhibition with David Richard Gallery, New York.

The shapes of paintings and interactions with their respective surfaces have been the focus of Trincere’s studio practice since the mid-1980s. Her approach is steady and measured. Committed to non-objective painting, Trincere explores the balance between not only shape and composition, but also the interplay with surface, light and color to provide an illusory depth. The depth is also a function of the many layers of paint that the artist rigorously applies to the surface of each painting to create a very tactile surface and revealing the textured brush stokes one on top of the other. The combination makes her paintings more reductive and object-like, but not minimalist. While she emerged in the 80s during a time when painting was questioned and challenged, her practice is all about painting—bold statements exploring shape, composition, color and the visible artist hand.

David Richard Gallery is pleased to be representing Li Trincere.

Please contact me if you would like high resolution images, installation views, additional information and prices. A brief bio for Trincere’s is at the end of this email.

Feel free to contact me with any question you might have.

Li Trincere LG red bands, 2018

Acrylic on canvas 40 x 20 “

Li Trincere Black/whiteband, 2018

Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24 "

Li Trincere Blueband1, 2018

Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24 "

Li Trincere Blackband1, 2018

Acrylic on canvas 34 x 24 "

Li Trincere Deep Purple, 2018

Acrylic on canvas 33 x 24 "

About Li Trincere: Li Trincere lives in New York City. She has shown in the United States and abroad since 1982 with representation and exhibitions in the 80s and 90s at the influential Julian Pretto Gallery and Mission Gallery in Manhattan, Galerie Rolf Ricke in Köln, Germany and Renate Kammery Galerie in Hamburg, Germany and more recently, at O.K. Harris and Minus Space in New York. Trincere was awarded the Pollock/Krasner Foundation grant in 1986, 1988 and 2012 as well as grants from the Edward Albee Foundation and NEA, among other awards and fellowships.

David Eichholtz, Manager

David Richard Gallery, LLC

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