KINK IN THE NEWS: Donald Moffett On Contagion, Compassion, And His “Glory Hole” Paintings

By: Osman Can Yerebakan (January 11, 2021) in ARTFORUM

“Since cake decorating led him to take up painting in 1994, Donald Moffett’s materially suggestive surfaces of extruded pigment and poured resin have addressed environmental collapse and political turmoil. But the artist, AIDS activist, and former Gran Fury member’s current exhibition, “The Hollow,” at Marianne Boesky Gallery’s Aspen location, circles back to pandemic time, when, once again, a virus has made touch deadly.”

Donald Moffett On Contagion, Compassion, And His “Glory Hole” Paintings

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