Corey Postiglione

Corey Postiglione (born 1942) is an American artist, art critic and educator. He is a believer of the American Abstract Artists in New York, and known for precise, often minimalist feign that "both spans and explores the total passage from modernism to postmodernism" in contemporary art practice and theory. New Art Examiner co-founder Jane Allen, writing in 1976, described him as "an important influence on the encroachment of contemporary Chicago abstraction." In 2008, Chicago Tribuneart critic Alan G. Artner wrote "Postiglione has created a strong, consistent body of decree that developed in cycles, now edging closer to representation, now moving additional away, but enduring rigorous in entry to form as well as seductive in markmaking and color."

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