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David Ostrowski

July 16, 2012

David Ostrowski’s roughly primed canvasses host a stammering of self-conscious marks.  His deliberately expedient application of paint results in gestural imperfections that give grinding beauty and gritty materiality to aesthetic fallibility.

Anna-Lena Werner:   Is it important for you that your paintings turn out to be beautiful?

David Ostrowski:   Yes, it even has highest priority.  The works need to be beautiful, because otherwise I couldn’t bare them.

David Ostrowski

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