Rema Ghuloum: Love is a Feeling

Hyperallergic Review of Rema Ghuloum's Love Is A Feeling: An Artist Uses Abstraction to Express the Loss of Her Sisters

February 26, 2019 - Daniel Gerwin

Rema Ghuloum’s life-affirming response to this loss has been to make paintings whose direct and unapologetic pursuit of beauty feels rare.

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Artforum Critic's Pick: Rema Ghuloum

February 12, 2019 - Annabel Osberg

Simmering with psychic intensity, Rema Ghuloum's eight hazy abstractions in “Love Is a Feeling” conjure the geometric and mythical lexicons of Paul Klee and Hilma af Klint, viewed through Rothko-esque fields of transparent color. Each work yields varying effects depending on one's viewing angle and distance. Seen from across the room, their salient attribute is a lustrous, mottled palette. As one approaches, an atmospheric sense of depth unfolds.

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