Mary Iverson in Group Show "Linear Empires" at White WallsJuxtapoz // Saturday, 05 Feb 2011
Mary Iverson, a contemporary artist we have admired for quite some time, is part of a group show, Linear Empires, opening at San Francisco's White Walls next Saturday, February 12, 2011. She will be showing alongside Augustine Kofie, Geoff Campen, Diana Ruiz, Richard Pearse, Moneyless, Brendan Monroe and Gregory Ito.
White Walls writes "Linear Empires showcases artists working across various mediums, yet united in their pursuit of similar organizing 'visual concepts' such as delineation, color blocking, texture, contrast, line and geometry--all varying facets of design."
We have seen Iverson's work in person at Park Life last year, and the way she combines natural surroundings with industrial container-like blocks on both large and small canvases is quite impressive. The work feels timeless, as if architectural plans from the early 20th Century or distant edges of the 21st.
Here are the works that Iverson has in the show...
Augustine Kofie, Geoff Campen, Diana Ruiz, Mary Iverson, Richard Pearse, Moneyless, Brendan Monroe and Gregory Ito
February 12—March 5, 2011
San Francisco, California