BY ArtCoWo Press © 9 - 17 - 15
Deconstructivism is appearing more frequently in the fine art world that artists are experimenting with this form to no end. The possibilities are endless and artists are tied of being trapped inside the confines of the canvas walls. Collectors are now appreciating these works like never before as well as galleries taking leaps to show the work
Howard Hersh exhibit "Two Means to an End" at the Addington Gallery was filled with his complex geometric deconstructions. The work is broken fragments of differing panels on rectangular or square frames much as the basis for stretcher bars but these look more home made. The work is compelling as your eye tends to dance between the negative space of the wall to the wood and then back to the broken painting.
The cuts link up to the lines in the painting as it creates a never-ending dimension between spectator and the limits of our own finite space. Howard Hersh is one to take notice of in a world filled with common paintings, these contemporary works are unique gems for the art collecting world.
HOWARD HERSH AT ADDINGTON GALLERY
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