For the first show of their fall season, the James Harris Gallery in Seattle, Washington will present new works by artist Richard Rezac, for his third exhibition with the gallery. Rezac’s work is rooted in geometric abstraction that serves to reduce the formal elements of shape and color. While the work is presented as a two dimensional object on the wall, the viewer can’t deny its sculptural form as a relief. Some of the pieces are supplemented with preparatory drawings, allowing the viewer to gain insight on the creative process.
Rezac has exhibited internationally with a 2006 survey of his work at the Portland Museum of Art. In addition, the artist has shown with the Yale University Art Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Chicago and the Artgarden in Amsterdam. Rezac currently lives and works in Chicago.