‘The DNA of Colour’ is a survey exhibition of 35 major works by Ildiko Kovacs created using paint rollers on plywood – a style the artist began working with in 2010. ‘The vibrancy of colour and form in these works does not simply evoke deep feeling or intuition; the paintwork itself becomes a visible trace of the act of painting,’ notes the gallery. Kovacs’ abstract works channel thick ribbon-like arrangements of colour, line and form in a rhythmic dance around the canvas.
Orange Regional Gallery
18 April to 9 June, 2019
New South Wales
Ildiko Kovacs, Born blue, 2010, oil on plywood, 132.5 x 144cm
Courtesy the artist and Orange Regional Gallery, New South Wales