|Description: Contemporary Argentine artist Catalina Chervin's primary work is making minutely detailed large-scale drawings. As a counterpoint to these meticulous artworks, Chervin makes relatively looser paintings using oilstick, and various other materials, on paper. This painting is very heavily built-up in hot colors and high contrast. Some of Chervin's paintings relate thematically to her drawings. Others, such as this more abstract work, explore different territory somehow evoking, but not at all quoting, early 20th century abstraction. View painting close-up.|
See the photo-interview with the artist, to learn more about Catalina Chervin's working process. Catalina Chervin in represented in museum collections in Latin America, Europe and the US including: British Museum (London), Brooklyn Museum (New York), New York Public Library, Albertina (Vienna), Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (Buenos Aires) and Bochum Museum (Germany).
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