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Photo courtesy of Christian Fagerlund

“Unmade,” Christian Fagerlund’s first exhibition at Liliana Bloch Gallery, consists of two recent series of oil paintings. The first is a group of back portraits. Using a relatively consistent setting, composition, and scale, these paintings collectively explore themes of self, specificity, and vulnerability.

The second series represents a departure from Fagerlund’s figurative realist approach and its focus on naturalistic drawing and form. These paintings are distillations of complex visual moments, records of a specific time and location, scrupulously observed and represented as ratio, value, and color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 16.

“Unmade,” Christian Fagerlund’s first exhibition at Liliana Bloch Gallery, consists of two recent series of oil paintings. The first is a group of back portraits. Using a relatively consistent setting, composition, and scale, these paintings collectively explore themes of self, specificity, and vulnerability.

The second series represents a departure from Fagerlund’s figurative realist approach and its focus on naturalistic drawing and form. These paintings are distillations of complex visual moments, records of a specific time and location, scrupulously observed and represented as ratio, value, and color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 16.

“Unmade,” Christian Fagerlund’s first exhibition at Liliana Bloch Gallery, consists of two recent series of oil paintings. The first is a group of back portraits. Using a relatively consistent setting, composition, and scale, these paintings collectively explore themes of self, specificity, and vulnerability.

The second series represents a departure from Fagerlund’s figurative realist approach and its focus on naturalistic drawing and form. These paintings are distillations of complex visual moments, records of a specific time and location, scrupulously observed and represented as ratio, value, and color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 16.

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Liliana Bloch Gallery
2271 Monitor St.
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.lilianablochgallery.com/exhibitions

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