We’re kinda late on word of this event, but better late than never. Thanks to the web as a new media, we’re granted unlimited to access to information. Matt Moore’s work with patterns and color pallets pulls your eye from point to point on the composition. View photos from the opening reception.
MWM (Matt W. Moore) has traveled to Paris for one month to prepare, from scratch, for his first Paris Solo-Exhibition. He arrived with no art, no supplies, and no firm plan for this new series of canvas paintings. The ideas for the artworks have actualized while processing time spent absorbing French Culture, exploring the City Of Lights, the vibrant colors, the exaggerated geometry, and the diverse architecture and fashion of Paris.
These paintings were created entirely with spray paint, one of Matt’s favorite mediums. But the designs are very clean, and appear almost digital in their precise details and craft. An honest, analog attempt to achieve the same depth and abstract geometry of his digital “Vectorfunk” style. The goal with each work is to have the viewers eye fall into the piece and get lost in the optical illusions, trying to figure out what is up, down, left, and right.
MWM : Crystals & Lasers.
Since.Upian Gallery. Paris, France
February 5 – March 12, 2010
View images from the opening reception
*Series of 18 New Canvas Paintings and a Mega-Mural in Paris District 10.