Though Roland Flexner has been living and working in New York for 30 years, the French-born artist’s Japanese-inspired abstract landscape drawings didn’t become well-known until they were included in the 2010 Whitney Biennale. Here, Flexner shows 100 new modestly-scaled works made by gently manipulating (via blowing through a straw or tilting the paper, for example) liquid graphite and violet or gold calligraphy ink.
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