march, 2022

202215mar(mar 15)12:00 am30apr(apr 30)11:59 pmVillageOneArt | 03/15/22 - 04/30/22 | Contours and Crevices | Group Show | Chelsea

Time

March 15 (Tuesday) 12:00 am - April 30 (Saturday) 11:59 pm

Location

VillageOneArt

150 W 25th St Suite 403 New York NY 10001

Organizer

VillageOneArt 150 W 25th St Suite 403 New York NY 10001

Event Details

Art Exhbition
VillageOneArt
150 W 25th St Suite 403 New York NY 10001

03/15/22-04/30/22

Contours and Crevices at VillageOne Art offers a glimpse of the stunning range of work being created by rising stars of contemporary painting based in New York City. From portraits to landscapes colorful abstraction to hyper-realism these artists breathe new life into the genre of painting with their keen attention to detail in the small moments defining the corners and creases of their compositions. Artists Osmeli Delgado Nianxin Li Xiangni Song Suyi Xu Timon YC I and Tianshu Zhang offer intricate compositions dissecting the world around us from sweeping landscapes to the private intimate realm of portraiture.

Osmeli Delgado is a Venezuelan artist based in New York City who paints colorful abstract compositions exploring the transcendental. Her paintings with acrylic such as “Deep Sea ” capture the sublime through vibrant color and careful mark-making. Delgado’s precise style of painting contrasts the delicate with the resilient the universal with the intricate. Nianxin Li studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence Italy before moving to New York City to be educated at the School of Visual Arts. Li’s works on view include the “Are We Real?” series of paintings in which pixelated figures and objects permeate quixotic landscapes. Everyday scenes are merged with the fantastical in these detailed paintings redolent of Seurat or Bosch. Xiangni Song’s painting oeuvre is perfected through studies at both the School of Visual Arts and Pratt Institute. She employs meticulous brushstrokes and dappled colors in her whimsical and forthright portraits. With sharp angles and nuanced portraiture Song’s works evoke Kirchner or Gaugin in the contrast of organic line and candid expression.

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