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Icosahedron Gallery presents Amandine Lepoutre

On Jan 14th,Icosahedron Gallery, one of West Chelsea’s premier art galleries, is pleased to welcome the new year with “Into The Void”, a group exhibition featuring a mixture of American and international artists.

“Into The Void” will showcase the unparalleled artistic abilities of Robert Berry, Thérèse Boisclair, Eunah Cho, Reanna Francis, Amandine Lepoutre, John Ligtenberg, Viktor Majdandzic, Paolo Mara, Noura Masri, Alexander Motyl, Matt Roe, Maureen Stephenson, and Angela Wales Rockett. This collective of artists truly exhibit the innate gift of vitality and pure talent in today’s contemporary art world.

  • Working by accumulation or scratching until the void is revealed, Amandine Lepoutre, a Parisian artist, unveils the micro world that any library endeavors to implement, the paradox that lies in any collection, as it simultaneously operates a reunion and a distinction.
  • Each canvas explores a different state, where geometries and emotions congregate in perspective and colors, where lines meet or clash, erupting or blurred in their confrontation. In the always evolving micro world, relationships are engaged or severed, as dust-ups or showdowns.
  • Erupting fusion of mind and matter, inflexible hardbacks, written in black ink or scratched in blood, her pages are confessions, diaries, or upstanding,uncompromised, ledgers. Using the books as an axis, the series captures the never ending motion of the library, bound to decompose as it is composed.

Chrissy Lloyd and her Lithographs

Chrissy Lloyd and her Lithographs

Hye Rim Lee Art

Hye Rim Lee Art