Austyn Weiner A Reach For A Hand That Does Not Exist, 2020


Medium: Acrylic and crayon on paper

Dimensions: 9” x 12” [23cm x 30.5cm]

The work is signed by the artist.

This work is a part of the Artists for Ukraine fundraiser organized by Her Clique. Proceeds will benefit The Voices of Children Foundation which provides psychological and psychosocial support to children affected by the war in Ukraine.

This work will be shipped from Los Angeles, CA. The listed price does not include shipping. We will contact the buyer within 24 hours of purchase to coordinate shipping, with the shipping cost to be covered by the buyer.


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Austyn Weiner (b. 1989, Miami, FL) studied photography at the University of Michigan and Parsons School of Design prior to relocating to Los Angeles, where she currently lives and works. Drawing from her experience with regimented routines in the dark room, Weiner forges a direct channel from emotion to action in her painting process. It begins by creating a patina of history, utilizing freeform gesture and color with limitless expression before she “carves” out the final images. Imbued with visceral responses to current events and the female experience, Weiner’s paintings vacillate between figuration and abstraction. Intuitive line work, amorphous forms and a vibrant color palette playfully dissociate from stasis while pointing to the paradoxical nature of binaries. Select solo and group exhibitions include Harper’s Apartment, New York (2021); König Galerie, Berlin (2021); Fredericks & Freiser, New York (2021); Carl Kostyál, London (2020); Library Street Collective, Detroit (2020); Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles (2020); The Pit, Glendale, California (2020); Rental Gallery, East Hampton, New York (2020); Journal Gallery, New York (2019); and Bill Brady Gallery, Miami (2018). Weiner's work was recently acquired by the He Art Museum (HEM) in Guangdong Province, China. Her work has been featured in publications such as Artforum, Artnet, and Vogue.