Shayna Kulik: Deconstructed Cement As Graphic Art
Brooklyn-based artist shows off eye-catching creative projects in his first solo exhibit to be held in New York.
toomer labzda‘s latest exhibition’s a good one. This month, Max Warsh presents his first solo show in New York, entitled, Bilder, exploring the relationship between architectural facades, repetition and collage.
Through a process of collecting, cutting and rebuilding, bold painted shapes mirror the menagerie of cement one encounters when navigating a city.
Each frame is congestive, though solid paths add thoughtful relief, leading us through individualized mazes of texture.
The sculptural and monochromatic depth is an interesting compliment to the 2D and 3D synergy.
If you’re in lower Manhattan we recommend a visit, as you’ll find yourself standing below motionless conveyor belts, wondering how you play a part in the magnificent heaviness of the surrounding city.
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Shayna Kulik is the founder and editor of Pattern Pulp which tracks ideas and emerging trends that expose, celebrate, share and connect pattern design across all creative platforms. She is also a New York-based designer. Read more at Pattern Pulp.