maandag 7 maart 2011

John Beech




Using the humblest of materials, from car floor mats to raw plywood, John Beech creates objects that are at the same time rough-hewn and elegant, intricately designed and straightforward, dead serious and subtly humorous. His work straddles the categories of painting and sculpture. Beech is interested in "the object quality of things." He is interested in letting the form and materials demonstrate themselves. Another important element in Beech’s work is his choice of materials. "I’m interested in fusing the visual vocabulary of utility and abstract art," he says. Ordinary objects such as dumpsters and patched subway platforms catch his eye and provide the basis for nuanced works of art.
source:
Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire


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