Stephen Haller Gallery

NEW YORK.- Stephen Haller Gallery presents The Geometry of Longing, a group exhibition exploring the connection between geometric symbols and abstract art; and introducing the work of renowned sculptor Bruno Romeda to the gallery. The Geometry of Longing gives examples of artists use of mathematical symbols simple geometric shapes to capture the emotional content of what we perceive - artists whose geometric forms are not simply rote precision, but intensely human expression. One is able to perceive in these artists works some reference to lived experience: to architecture (Martin), nature (Ross), the artificial (Zox (pictured) and the Chinese vessel), language/calligraphy (Alexis), vision (the Oakes) form (Romeda), imagery (Fukui). More Information: http://www.artdaily.com/[/url] Copyright © artdaily.org

NEW YORK.- Stephen Haller Gallery presents The Geometry of Longing, a group exhibition exploring the connection between geometric symbols and abstract art; and introducing the work of renowned sculptor Bruno Romeda to the gallery. The Geometry of Longing gives examples of artists use of mathematical symbols simple geometric shapes to capture the emotional content of what we perceive – artists whose geometric forms are not simply rote precision, but intensely human expression. One is able to perceive in these artists works some reference to lived experience: to architecture (Martin), nature (Ross), the artificial (Zox (pictured) and the Chinese vessel), language/calligraphy (Alexis), vision (the Oakes) form (Romeda), imagery (Fukui).

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