• Becoming and Then Some at Winston Wachter Fine Art

    The art crowd at Winston Wachter Gallery
    The art crowd at Winston Wachter Gallery
    The image transformed in the work of Margeaux Walter
    The image transformed in the work of Margeaux Walter
    Artist Margeaux Walter
    Artist Margeaux Walter
    Perusing the work of Margeaux Walter at Winston Wachter Gallery
    Perusing the work of Margeaux Walter at Winston Wachter Gallery

    The art of becoming is not only limited to the idea but the actual artwork morphing right in front of you. Last January 22nd, AF came to the opening of Margeaux Walter for her transformative panels that are Becoming indeed. The cool effect of the morphing imagery had weighty messages as in the couple taking a selfie can be the dominance of technology with social media that can drown or overwhelm our lives, a couple having a placid picnic gets flooded with a deluge of corn, another couple in bed gets consumed by feathers, etc. Walter presented the sobering thoughts cleverly in a cool way for this turn out with her photographic wizardry. Art is always about becoming more than what you thought it’d be. This show proves that point.

     

    Margeaux Walter: Becoming / January 22 – February 28, 2015

    Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday (10 am to 6 pm)

    Winston Wachter Fine Art. 530 West 25th Street. NYC, NY 10001

     

    Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

    Photography by: Jamie Martinez

    Welcome to Winston Wachter Gallery
    Welcome to Winston Wachter Gallery
    Viewing the transformation of work by Margeaux Walter
    Viewing the transformation of work by Margeaux Walter
    Thursday Art Night at Winston Wachter Gallery
    Thursday Art Night at Winston Wachter Gallery
    Close Up Detail of work by Margeaux Walter
    Close Up Detail of work by Margeaux Walter
    Margeaux Walter work at Winston Wachter Gallery
    Margeaux Walter work at Winston Wachter Gallery
    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier's firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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