The Boston Globe reviews Charles Yuen: Rhyming the Invisible

Charles Yuen’s paintings are cosmic puzzles to be pondered by Cate McQuaid
Charles Yuen’s paintings in “Rhyming the Invisible” at LaiSun Keane, at once intimate and cosmic, invite viewers into a generative, uneasy world.
The Hawaiian-born artist lives and works in Brooklyn, N.Y., making work rooted in Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism, art movements built on giving form to mysteries of the psyche. His paintings echo mid-20th-century artworks focused on expressions of self that used techniques such as Surrealism’s stream-of-consciousness Automatism.
May 9, 2023
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