Nothing To Be Ignored at Mike Weiss Gallery

A peek at Thursdday Art Night in Chelsea
A peek at Thursdday Art Night in Chelsea
Up CLose with artist Fernando Mastrangelo
Up CLose with artist Fernando Mastrangelo
The subtle beauty of work by Fernando Mastrangelo
The subtle beauty of work by Fernando Mastrangelo
The variant beauty and subtlety in the work of Fernando Mastrangelo
The variant beauty and subtlety in the work of Fernando Mastrangelo

When it comes to subtlety, form and texture then Fernando Mastrangelo most certainly missed NOTHING in encompassing all those ideals with this first solo exhibition that opened last March 12th.  Letting the material shine and the form speak for itself seemed to be the idiom of the day and with the very skilled craftsmanship by this artist, the pieces are really saying everything worth noticing in the massive sculptures and wall art. It takes sheer talent to exude color, movement and quiet elegance with the strategic use of material. Nothing is wasted or going to be ignored as the series begs for your undivided attention.  Look. See. Feel. If this show doesn’t do it for you, then NOTHING will.

 

Fernando Mastrangelo: NOTHING

On View: March 12 – April 25, 2015

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday (10 am to 6 pm) or by appt.

Mike Weiss Gallery. 520 West 24th Street. NYC, NY 10011

 

Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

Photography by: Olya Turcihin

Looks great at the bottom too at Mike Weiss Gallery
Looks great at the bottom too at Mike Weiss Gallery
The work of Fernando Mastrangelo at Mike Weiss Gallery
The work of Fernando Mastrangelo at Mike Weiss Gallery
Massively Impressive Art at Mike Weiss Gallery
Massively Impressive Art at Mike Weiss Gallery
Nothing left unturned on Thursday Art Night
Nothing left unturned on Thursday Art Night
Art can be softer and says a lot
Art can be softer and says a lot
God is in the details even on art night
God is in the details even on art night
Stark subtlety is nothing to be sneezed at
Stark subtlety is nothing to be sneezed at

 

 

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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