Grayscale is a group show work by 11 artists, following a very loose brief concerning black and white. Curated by Soler Santos, the exhibition pulls the focus away from color and showcases an array of interpretations that breathe new life into what can be viewed as an extremely old trope.
In his latest solo exhibition, At the Top of the Food Chain, Lendl Arvin examines man’s place in the hierarchy of creation—the species that has radically shaped the face of the Earth as well as its climate, atmosphere, fate, destiny. “This show is how people have changed the world, how they have lived their lives, and how they make their own history,” the artist states.
In Inclination to Observe, Campos imparts not only life on the saddle, but all the details involved in it. The straight lines of his assemblages not only pay respect to the paths that lead toward one’s intended destination, but also to the relative freedom that a cyclist experiences, and the desire to go further and farther despite the sun, sweat and smoke. With multi-layered pieces, patterns and objects of varying hues juxtaposed in his works, each crack, obstacle, twist and turn leads to the heightened awareness required for each ride, witnessing while looking at all directions and experiencing glimpses of sky, grass, and soft textures ruffled by wind gusts.