• Teo González

    Irvine Contemporary

    In his recent exhibition, “226,085 Drops,” Spanish-born, Brooklynbased artist Teo González proved himself capable of coaxing transcendent moments from mere daubs of paint. González’s square grids are composed of tight clusters of thousands of miniscule “drops-withindrops.” His process involves the application of dabs of acrylic polymer emulsion to a gessoed surface. The composition of the emulsion forces the color to disperse to the edges of each drop, forming tiny haloes. A second set of drops, this time of acrylic enamel, is then spotted onto the first. González references Minimalism and

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