Category Archives: Mark Sheinkman

Teo González on Mark Sheinkman

Rubbing and erasing, dark and light, simple yet complex; all of these contradictions weave together to form 9.21.95 – a graphite drawing, which artist Mark Sheinkman erases as much as he draws.

Read more…

Also posted in Teo González | 2 Responses

Mark Sheinkman on Terry Winters

This powerful drawing by Terry Winters is a delicate piece of heavily worked paper with dissolving, frayed edges. It is the size of a very large book, an elephant folio. The “ground” is dense, reflective graphite and the “figure” is mostly the undrawn wove-gridded dirty ochre of the paper itself. Mark-making has been recorded in three dimensions, as dents and wrinkles in the thin skin of the paper itself, like Freud’s mystic writing pad. This reflective three-dimensional surface changes dramatically as you move.

Read more…

Also posted in Terry Winters | Leave a comment