August 18, 2019
With a mix of intents and purposes, the artist (at a rare instance called “Olazo the Younger,”) pursues an aspect of his working oeuvre that explores what a few have branded as “lyrical abstraction,” a stylistic offshoot that can be traced to the grand and emotional Abstract Expressionism school of the 1950s.
Real Eyes Realize Real Lies is a collection of paintings, sculptures, and installation work that attempts to provide a different take on scenes that are typically associated with adversity and poverty, usually thought of in a negative light.
Catalog No. 12397