Gustavo Acosta “A Collection of Unconnected Ideas” – •
[Many thanks to Teo Freytes (MSA Xperimental) for bringing this item to our attention.] Gustavo Acosta “A Collection of Unconnected Ideas,” curated by Dennys Matos, is on view at LnS Gallery 2021, Miami, Florida.
Description: LnS GALLERY is honored to current Gustavo Acosta: A Collection of Unconnected Ideas, showcasing the newest, and well timed physique of acrylic on canvas work that replicate the fragmented realities skilled all through a singular second in human historical past. Accomplished totally in 2020, this pertinent exhibition is Acosta’s first solo present at LnS Gallery curated by Dennys Matos.
Acosta describes his work as, “an investigation into the human situation, using as testimony not the person, however the person’s inventive footprint.” Impressed by the whole lot from American realism, structure, and motion portray, his interpretation of structure as an emblem of energy explores the social and political points that buildings symbolize.
This new sequence of works by Acosta makes use of his iconic fashion of vibrant, profound imagery of city settings, at instances intervened by a human presence or besieged by unruly nature, in conjuring intense moods in a mirrored image of lived realities. Recognizable constructions from the cities during which he has lived and visited: from Havana and Mexico Metropolis to Madrid, New York, and Miami, turn out to be the concrete formations inside every composition that learn as each lovely, and typically disturbing. [. . .]
Gustavo Acosta was born in Havana, Cuba in 1958. He studied on the acclaimed Faculty of Visible Arts San Alejandro. […] His works are a part of the everlasting collections of Miami’s Lowe Artwork Museum, the Nassau County Museum of Artwork in New York, and the Cuban Heritage Assortment of the College of Miami.
For extra info, see https://msa-x-2.msa-x.org/2021/10/09/gustavo-acosta-a-series-of-unconnected-thoughts-curated-by-dennys-matos-lns-gallery-2021-miami/ and LnS Gallery
Additionally see https://www.latinamericanart.com/en/artist/gustavo-acosta/