The color pink is all around us: in the sensual curves of a mouth; in the innocence of a valentine; in the leaves of the sacred Sakura; in a glass of rosé at a Roman cafe. Pink is essential to the regality of Jaipur and the mystery of Marrakesh. It is passion, elegance, sacrifice and love. And it is ubiquitous in art, from ancient cave paintings to the iconic 20thCentury works of Picasso, Louise Bourgeois and Philip Guston. To some pink is only a color; a decorative choice. But to others it is symbolic; laden with meaning and possibility.
Here in Pink Abstraction, we present a selection of abstract works that examine the depth and range of the color pink: from the Minimal Constructivism of Untitled 2 (Pink) by Daniel Göttin; to the luminous presence of P15-1004 by Stephen Maine and Chance/Fall (4) by Richard Caldicott; to the lush, emotional architecture of Guston by Ashlynn Browning and Ice Blossoms by Anya Spielman; to the layered, lyrical depth of Open Heart by Jean Feinberg and Color Spots III by Greet Helsen.