Says the gallery:
An approach that is both singular and collective brings together artists presented here. While visually very different, the exhibited works create a common language around the handling of the manufactured object and processing of organic materials. Their original use is diverted to disappear behind his own formal paradox desecration of art.
The intrusion of raw elements from the real (colored protective film for car glass, rubber bullets, palm leaves, inks cartridge printers or foil) joined this “perceptual approach to reality” dear to the New Realists, as well as the positioning of natural elements and “poor products” compositional elements in Arte Povera. This re-reading is part of a discourse of modernity and a language specific to the twenty-first century.
Also included in the exhibition are works by Graham Collins, Evan Robarts, January S. Hansen, and Niall McClelland.
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