"Material Discovery" by Angel Otero features new paintings and original sculpture alongside a selection of recent works. A rising star in the contemporary art world, Otero is known for his process-based approach to painting, specifically his practice of creating “oil skins” that are made from paint poured onto glass and peeled off in dry sheets. These skins are then grafted onto the artist’s canvas to create assemblage works composed of additional materials such as resin, spray paint and silicone. The resulting works are simultaneously collage and décollage and present a dynamic, fresh approach to contemporary painting.
Presented as part of the 2013 deFINE ART program
Reception: Tuesday, Feb. 19, 6:30-8 p.m.
The exhibition is free with SCAD Museum of Art admission.
The reception is free and open to the public as part of the deFINE ART gallery hop.
Look Again gallery talk – Angel Otero: "Material Discovery": Feb. 28, 2013, 6-6:30 p.m.
Take a deeper look at "Material Discovery" through a guided discussion led by a SCAD curator, professor or docent. Learn about the significance of these works of art, the artists who created them, and the larger historical context. Gain a greater understanding of the materials, craftsmanship and stylistic details that make each piece unique and important. Curated by Isolde Brielmaier, chief curator of SCAD Exhibitions. Free for all SCAD students, professors, staff and museum members. Open to the public with the cost of admission to the museum. Discussions last 30 minutes. Sign up at the museum's front desk beginning 15 minutes before the talk. Limited to 30 guests.
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