Patricia Treib is an abstract artist who considers how we experience time and memory in the space of her paintings, watercolors, and prints. Through a methodical process of reducing, repeating, and remaking, she transforms a wide range of found motifs—the form of an antique clock, the outline of a sleeve in an Italian fresco, or the curve of a 35mm camera, for example—into abstract shapes that oscillate within the pictorial framework.
Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Bureau, New York (2017); Galería Marta Cervera, Madrid (2016); Kate MacGarry, London (2015); and Wallspace, New York (2013). Treib was a recipient of the Artadia Award in 2017.
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