Chrissy Angliker's Drip Paintings Make Peace with the Pandemic

Kelly Pau, COOL HUNTING, 10 February 2022

In April 2008, Chrissy Angliker made a mistake that would go on to become the defining technique of her texturally luscious paintings. The accident—a glob of ink that was too thick and dripped down the canvas—sparked in Angliker an acquiescence to the unexpected. Striving to strike a balance between chaos and control, the Brooklyn-based Swiss American artist began dripping and dolloping paint onto the canvas—a process that expanded to spooning and smearing in her newest exhibition Crazy says the Daisyon view now through 5 March at New York’s Massey Klein Gallery.


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