Josh Sperling is in the tradition of minimalist painting from the 1960s and 1970s, and of "shaped canvas".
He uses complex cut-outs of plywood on which a canvas is stretched and then painted with a palette of saturated colors, which sometimes clash. His three-dimensional work tends to abolish the boundaries between painting and sculpture, image and object.
Drawing his references from both design and art history, Sperling has created a unique visual language recognizable by its expressionism and uncontrollable energy.
Découvrir ses oeuvres