Charles Nodrum Gallery now representing Samara Adamson-Pinczewski - Art Collector

Samara Adamson-Pinczewski, Instability, 2011-2012. Acrylic on canva, 183 x 183cm. Courtesy: the artist and Charles Nodrum Gallery

Melbourne-based Charles Nodrum Gallery is now representing artist Samara Adamson-Pinczewski, whose practice focuses on the relationship between geometric abstract painting, architecture and urban space.

Samara will hold her first solo exhibition in May 2016, and that her work will feature in the gallery’s Abstraction 14 exhibition happening in September this year.

Samara’s paintings, drawings and installations explore ambiguous spatial readings, which are created through her use of reflective materials, disjoined abstract forms and implicit linear structures.

The Melbourne-based artist has held nine solo shows since 2000, including eight in Melbourne and one in Sydney. She has also participated in 48 group exhibitions since 1998, with her most recent at Gallery 9 for their For Art Month exhibition in March.

Click here for the artist’s profile on Charles Nodrum Gallery’s
website.

Emily Cones-Browne



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