Jason Young: New Works
Jason Young, the New York-based artist who makes "high-tech minimal 'trompe-lâoeuil'" paintings, has a show opening this Thursday, 15 March 2007, at NYC's Cristinerose gallery. The exhibition features recent works that layer resin and other materials over honeycomb alloy, a material used in the construction of airplanes, for an effect that adds surprising dimension. (To see his intensive process, watch this recent CH video.) Coupled with the subtle randomly ordered patterns, Jason's work has an organicâeven cosmicâquality, while embracing both the artificial and sensual nature of his materials.
Jason Young: New Work
Opening Reception: 15 March 2007, 6-8pm
15 March- 21 April 2007
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