Scott Nedrelow at Sellout Gallery

Scott Nedrelow, who I've featured here and here, has a show with artists Eric William Carroll and Lex Thompson at Minneapolis' Sellout Gallery, starting tonight. Nedrelow's current work
"began as a communication with a distant friend by writing notes on torn pages from popular art publications such as Art Forum. These texts, photographed and printed in large formats (some are over 144 inches long), have morphed into abstract forms that merge and depart from the appropriated source material. The resulting work creates a new narrative of contextual distortion that questions the appropriated artist’s motivations as well as the commercialization of contemporary art."
It's on view through July 18.

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