Los Angeles

Edward Moses

Mizuno Gallery

Edward Moses’ first show in five years (at the Mizuno Gallery) is composed entirely of lithographs executed at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop last year. Moses’ training and experience as an architect is clearly evident in this work which resembles architecture in its structure, but not in the impalpability of its color relationships.

Although not particularly happy at having produced works which were printed (and thus not unique), Moses found it was possible to achieve the color clarity and diffusion he desired only through a graphic process. Moses answers his disaffection with the graphic medium by offering as a single large work all ten impressions of one print, which are framed individually but hung together in two registers of five each. This is perhaps the least successful work exhibited, for its color imperceptibility is not countered by the sensitive structural sensibilities found

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