Maurice Golubov exhibition video


Heather James presents an exhibition of paintings by Maurice Golubov, an early pioneer of abstract art in America. Golubov’s career spans the breadth of the twentieth century era when easel painting and sculpture dominated art. His early work resonates well with the American modernist movement, anticipates, then quietly shadows the all-over patterning of several New York School Abstract Expressionists including Bradley Walker Tomlin, for example, and finally, without planning his trajectory as an artist, it explodes into ever more complex networks of closely packed informational forms; a language all his own and full of boundless imagination.