Susan Schwalb, Erika Winstone
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Tarnished presents the work of two contrasting artists as they orchestrate permutations of tarnish, lustre and luminosity in a range of new works on paper, canvas, video and installation, confirming this ancient technique as a vital medium in contemporary art.
'Tarnished' is commonly understood to mean a loss of lustre and thus of value, or even respect. However, in this exhibition Susan Schwalb and Erika Winstone reverse this understanding, as they each cultivate tarnish as a positive quality in their respective practices, drawing with silver, gold, brass, and other metals. These techniques, collectively known as metalpoint, are currently the subject of a major exhibition at The British Museum, Drawing with Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns, which features the work of Susan Schwalb as one of the foremost artists working in silverpoint in America today. The exhibition is accompanied by a definitive catalogue published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Was