Clare Rojas reveals a new aesthetic focus at New York’s Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld.
Clare Rojas reveals a new aesthetic focus at New York’s Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld.
November 14

T Magazine: The “Harmonious Compositions” of Clare Rojas

In the November 10 edition of T magazine, contributor Erica Bellman highlights new paintings by alumna Clare Rojas (MFA 2002) exhibited at Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld in New York City through December 14. Twenty-four “bold yet harmonious compositions” mark Rojas’s new interest in geometric abstraction, featuring “angular shapes held in captivating balance through the use of negative space,” says Bellman. “The process of making abstract imagery is about trying to understand and nurture my natural disposition and attraction to certain color, shapes, patterns, lines, compositions, and allowing that instinct to be enough,” Rojas explains. “The negative space is so important. I see it, and almost hear it, like you would hear the resonance of a sound in space.”