Layla D’Angelo’s new art works offer an invitation to the infinite. Hints of Russian constructivism, op art and kinetic sculpture are combined in black and white wall mounted iron constructions, held together with magnets, that can be subjected to unlimited reconstruction by the viewer.
The exhibition is open today (30th March 2016) and tomorrow (31st March 2016) from 4pm to 8pm
There are 34 pieces on display from 34 artists. It is the first in a series of exhibitions commemorating the 50th anniversary of the original Responsive Eye exhibition and will take a closer look at the works of those key artists both during the peak Op Art time (mid to late 1960s) and later in their careers.
The exhibition runs from February 27th to April 12, 2015.
David Richard Gallery
Railyard Arts District
544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
A new exhibition of works by Marius Strugariu, who we featured on the site some time ago, opens on 14th March 2015 (8pm) at B32 Artspace, Bourgognestraat 32, 6221 BZ Maastricht, The Netherlands.
The exhibition is called AB ORIGINE. You can find out more information here. The exhibition runs from 14th March to 29th March and is open Thursdays and Fridays 1pm – 6pm and Saturdays and Sundays 2pm – 8pm.
“AB ORIGINE is a time/space introspection, where archaic symbols define contemporary issues. The observer is invited to reflect upon his Absolute Self, in the midst of a field of collective memories coming from the roots of existence.
In what the artist calls Mirrors, embodied in an installation of paintings, he depicts the pure Potential of our inner Self through reflections over ones self perceptions.
Its all about harmonic frequencies that fuse the mental states together with the Essence of the source of knowledge and information.
The artist invites us to step further into understanding the mechanisms of constraint and comprehend a field of absolute unconditional energy.”
The Art Institute of Chicago is currently hosting Bridget Riley’s first US solo exhibition at an American museum in 15 years.
Ascending and Descending Hero (1963-5 Bridget Riley)
The exhibition features one of the museum’s own pieces – Ascending and Descending Hero (1963-5) shown above – as well as several of Bridget Riley’s ‘stripe’ paintings. A key piece on display though is Riley’s only sculptural work – Continuum (1962) – which is on show for the first time ever in the US.
Bridget Riley – Continuum (1962 – Acrylic on Aluminium)
The exhibition can be found in Gallery 294 at the Institute and runs from Tuesday, November 11, 2014 through to Sunday, March 8, 2015. Entrance to the Museum is not free – pricing details can be found on their website.