Alberto Di Fabio | Masakatsu Sashie | Harif Guzman
What: GR Gallery is thrilled to present “ATOMIZE”, a unique duo exhibition of Alberto Di Fabio, Italian master of exceptional scientific abstraction and Masakatsu Sashie, a visionary Japanese talent of Pop Surrealism. The exhibition will also include new works by street art legend Harif Guzman, appositely conceived for this occasion to match the thread of the event. The show will feature 16 total works that will challenge the title by the subliminal textures of atomized landscapes in peculiar ways.
When: Opening reception: Wednesday February 12th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm (Exhibition Dates: February 12th – March 12th 2020). All artists will participate to the opening event. Members of the press can contact GR gallery in advance to schedule a private viewing and/or an interview with the artists before the exhibition is officially open. Visitors who want to attend the opening can RSVP by contacting the gallery.
Where: GR Gallery, 255 Bowery (between Houston & Stanton) New York, NY 10002 | email@example.com | tel: +1 212 273 2900
Who: Alberto Di Fabio (1966, Avezzano, Italy) | Masakatsu Sashie (1974, Kanazawa, Japan) | Harif Guzman (1975, Venezuela)
About the Exhibition: “ATOMIZE” aims to exhibit unique techniques that immerse the viewer into a progressive thought regarding the fascination of the atom world. Sashie’s work revolves around the belief that the coacervate is a universal model and basis for all systems and organisms, simple and complex. Since producing his very first works, Alberto Di Fabio has been taking inspiration from the world of natural sciences such as biology, chemistry and astronomy. His painting explores atoms, cell structures, neurons, DNA chains, constellations and galaxies. With each transformation, Harif adapts his work of humble materials into powerful artworks, as a reference to himself and the life that he has built and abided by. Forming his alter ego, Haculla, into an icon in the present day scene, his technique is viewed by refusing the deadening effects of iconographical conformity.