Yvette Gellis in the largest and most important newspaper in uper Austria.
Brunnhofer Galerie Eröffnung: Freitag 29. Jänner 2016, 19.00 Uhr mit literarisch-musikalischer-performance von: Elisabeth Brunnhofer u. Paul Jaeg Dauer der Ausstellung bis Samstag 5. März 2016 http://www.brunnhofer.at/termine.php?vorschau=1&node=332&lang=en Artist Statement (excerpt) My work derives inspiration from the world in which I live and work. Wandering through various cities and environments with their endlessly shifting landscapes, often incongruous, [...]
by DAVID M. ROTH From Da Vinci to Picasso to Hockney, shifts in perspective have long reflected changes in how technology enables us to see. Non-Objective painting (and later Abstract Expressionism), with their focus on matters of the spirit, seem to have flown right past the immediate environs of their creators, thereby sidestepping any significant [...]
By Kenneth Baker Art Critic SF Chronicle Friday, March 13, 2015 Yvette Gellis at Toomey Tourell: March 13, 2015 by Kenneth Baker Too little contemporary painting delivers a sense of adventure either to informed or uninitiated viewers. Count the work of Los Angeles painter Yvette Gellis an exception. Her paintings, in Toomey Tourell's final exhibition at its [...]
CRITIC’S PICKS: 2014 Top 10 Lists By Molly Enholm - Yvette Gellis “1,000 Ways to See It” Three-dimensional rifts on previous work, seemingly on the brink of new discoveries.
Haiku Reviews: ART 2014 Roundup II by Peter Frank-Yvette Gellis paints with such energy and ambition that the very boldness of her approach becomes its own raison d'être. Gellis does not simply capitalize on her own fervor, however, but puts it to work toward a yet more expansive end, the merger of painting and architecture.