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The Crux: A Conversation with Fred Gutzeit (Part 2)

Fred Gutzeit, Untitled SigNature in two stages, 2012 (image courtesy of the artist)

Fred Gutzeit, Untitled SigNature in two stages, 2012 (image courtesy of the artist)

LM: I’ve always known you as an individual intrigued by the innovations of modern technology, which range from printing possibilities to scientific advancement. What do you think about your painterly passion melding with the digital age?

FG: My current paintings amount to plays with space and light. I want to create pressures and contractions. I hope they’re … Continue reading »

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The Crux: A Conversation with Fred Gutzeit (Part 1)

Fred Gutzeit, WORK GLOVE–7-18-86, 1986, watercolor on paper, 30" x 22" (image courtesy of artist

Fred Gutzeit, WORK GLOVE–7-18-86, 1986, watercolor on paper, 30″ x 22″ (image courtesy of artist’s website)

Fred Gutzeit‘s transition from his earliest explorations of pattern in the 1960s to his current output has it’s roots on the Bowery. He has the momentous ability to be both absurdly aware of his contemporaries while riding his own theoretical momentum. Gutzeit has always been one to mutate forms. Artistic triumphs and defeats are … Continue reading »

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