• Gaylen Gerber

    Donald Young Gallery

    Gaylen Gerber tests the principles of artistic collusion, collaboration, and commingling by occasionally inviting other artists to make their work on top of his own. There is a self-effacing quality to Gerber’s own painting, too: For many years he has been making monochromatic gray paintings, at first with the same, nearly invisible still life barely rendered on it. More recently, in a gesture of generosity, he’s taken to fittting the entire wall of a gallery with his signature slate gray as a support/ backdrop on which other artists may hang their work. This focus on the generic and unassuming

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