Fabian Marcaccio


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His paintings (or as he calls them, “paintants,” which he says implies “action” as well as a kind of “hybridity”) are rarely fiat, discrete easel pictures. Sometime they are large enough to be environmental, as in the Belgian project; other times they are composed of wild, curving structures that hang from a ceiling or stretch from indoors to outside; and occasionally they even move, as in the digital animations at his last New York show (at Gorney Bravin Lee in 20002). As an artist, Marcaccio is ambitious, both materially and politically, in a way that reminds me of Sigmar Polke–an attitude of scale and reach that few artists in their thirties seem able to manage right now. -BNET, Nov. 2003  (read more)

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