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Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch Exhibition 2013

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Joseph Stashkevetch Exhibition Views 2013

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Joseph Stashkevetch Drawings

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Joseph Stashkevetch Exhibition 2009

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Joseph Stashkevetch Exhibition Views 2009

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Joseph Stashkevetch Exhibition Views 2005

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Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch develops his intensely intricate and monumental, black and white compositions in progressive stages. The paper's surface is sanded away as the image is built up with conte crayon. The process, both additive and reductive, creates an atmospheric quality in which light and shadow are in constant play. Stashkevetch's drawings are derived from photographic source material but are not, as commonly perceived, direct transcriptions of photographs. Rather, the artist uses his own photographs only as a guide or scaffolds on to which he builds his lifelike renderings.

Stashkevetch was born in 1958 in New Jersey. His work has been exhibited extensively in the United States and Europe and is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Denver Art Museum in 2014. The publications that have reviewed his work include Art in America, The New Yorker,The New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times Magazine. His work has been featured numerous times in Architectural Digest andElle Décor. The museum collections that hold his work in their permanent collections include the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Denver Art Museum.

Stashkevetch lives and works in New York City.

 

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Joseph Stashkevetch Publications

Joseph Stashkevetch
The More Things Change

Texts by Dana Greenidge
and Elizabeth K. Keenan

Publisher:
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
2013

32 pages

Joseph Stashkevetch
Plenty

Text by Nancy Clare Caponi

Publisher:
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
2006

38 pages,
15 duplex reproductions

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