Robin Cameron / ARTFCITY / by FOUR AM

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By MIchael Anthony Farley

FOUR A.M., the peculiar little “art window” project space has changed over its show today to a solo work by Robin Cameron. I’m out of town and haven’t seen this project yet, but do check it out. Cameron’s work is notable because it very much looks like “art” but never feels overly precious or tiresomely referential. She’s somehow fluent in the elegance of 20th century modernism and the awkwardness/vulnerability of the process-based object. Seeing her work always feels a bit like visiting the studio of an artist you love and having them ask you “What do you think? Is this finished? Is this good? I don’t care. I like it.” I’m sure the work is perfect for a storefront with a lot of passers-by. There’s also an online component that goes live at 9:00 p.m. tonight at offspace.xyz. by

Robin Cameron III, 2016 watercolor monotype on paper, whiting 40x27.5 in

Robin Cameron III, 2016 watercolor monotype on paper, whiting 40x27.5 in