Nostalgia is a powerful tool—a lot of artists use nostalgia to investigate memory via their work, and this month, Joshua Liner Gallery’s new group exhibition does just that. Artists David Ellis, Kevin Umaña and Matthew King have embarked on their own individual journeys to explore how sentimentality informs their own practice and how to communicate their own connections through minimalism. Utilizing succinct contemporary form, nominal color palettes and optical illusion, each artist leans into their own unique aesthetic while playfully communicating with one another. 

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