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          On Exhibit: September 1 - October 15

                                                           

CAROLINA SARDI

Sardi, "Blue", painted steel, 39 x 12 2x 2"

 

Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor currently living in Miami, FL. She studied architecture and urbanism at the National University of La Plata in Argentina where she earned her Masters Degree in Sculpture.

“My art is my way of expressing my world vision. I try to convey maximum information in the most minimal but essential forms. Although I work mainly with steel, my sculptures and installations have an organic sensibility that reflects my interest in the basic interactions of life. The reference to geometry, natural shapes and the use of positive and negative spaces are a response to my search for a balance between opposites."

HENRY MANDELL

 

Mandell, "Tatara Fire", ultrachrome inkjet on aluminum, 38 x 107"

Trained as a traditional painter and printmaker, Henry Mandell uses software to build elegant abstract paintings. His works are digitally painted by hand and are composed of thousands of words and data from scientific and literary texts. Mandell’s process is exacting: each colored line is a separate letter, which has been pulled, stretched and altered in vector space one at a time. From idea – computer – HTML code – vector space – transformation – the resulting paintings are meticulously crafted and arrestingly beautiful. They are full of energy and intuitively convey the essence of the text embedded within the lines. 

Mandell’s paintings are products of his ongoing exploration of digital technologies, contemporary artistic practices, scientific principles and their merging effect on our lives. One series includes research on string theory, astrophysics and dimensionality; another is more introspective incorporating sonnets from Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. In tandem with his text-based paintings, the exhibition also features works comprised of simple shapes and patterns drawn into complex harmonic concerts further displaying Mandell’s acute eye for color and texture – a strength the artist attributes to his extensive research on Mark Rothko while establishing a digital archive of the artist’s work for the Estate of Mark Rothko.

 

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In Her American Debut:

MURIEL NAPOLI

September 1 - October 1

 

"Amplitude", acrylic, watercolor and ink on canvas, 47 x 47"

 

 

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