Jorge Luis Santos: Manchas de Zapatos | Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures. 👀

4851 West Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016
Jan 09, 12 PM - 6 PM — ends Feb 27, 2021
Jorge Luis Santos: Manchas de Zapatos

www.lowellryanprojects.com/jorge-luis-santos-manchas-de-zapatos

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present Manchas de Zapatos, a solo show by the Cuban artist Jorge Luis Santos. The exhibition will feature a body of his most recent abstract work, including seven monumental canvases and paintings from his Rojo series. Working on multiple pieces at the same time (arranged sometimes on the floor, other times on the wall), Santos wields paint like an extension of himself, and it is not uncommon to find shoe prints, handmade gestures, and stains alongside brush strokes in his works.

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Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures.

www.lowellryanprojects.com/antonio-adriano-puleo-four-fours-a-subsequent-work-and-small-sculptures

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present a solo show by Antonio Adriano Puleo: Four Fours, a subsequent work and small sculptures. As the title suggests, the exhibition will feature a grid of sixteen intimately-sized paintings (arranged in a 4x4 grid), one larger painting, and numerous sculptures. The pieces are abstract geometric arrangements of form and color—Puleo’s process favors interconnectedness, softening the traditionally strict delineation between works. That is, he does not finish one piece and set it aside to start another; instead he considers each “finished” piece to be a study for the next. This lends the intimately sized work an almost orchestral sense of grandiosity––one achieved not by any singular gesture but rather through resonance.