An exciting, new exhibition opens this week at Urban art gallery BSMT in London entitled ‘POLYGONS’ featuring the abstract and architectural art of Alan De Cecco (SODA).
He has reinvented Graffiti lettering through the precise, geometric lens of an architect. Having studied architecture and design, this has been a clear influence on this Italian artist and his Graffiti career spanning 20 years.
Geometric structures and fragments merge and collapse in urban environments as if weightless in space, they appear organised yet organic, they are attached to the walls yet float away from them- some with the energy of fragments shattered in a sudden explosion.
Through his masterful control of black, white and grey and exceptional shading using a spray can, he forces and distorts perspective onto a flat surface in a manner that is both futuristic and minimal.
SODA’s debut London solo show, POLYGONS, will translate the essence of these forms to paintings, sculptural works and pencil drawings.
POLYGONS opens with a private view this coming Thursday June 9th with the show running until June 26th. Find us at BSMT, 529 Kingsland Rd, E84AR.
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TitlePOLYGONS, the architectural art of SODA @ BSMT Space
FromJune 09, 2022 12:12 PM
UntilJune 26, 2022 12:12 PM
Venue529 Kingsland Rd, E84AR