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The way things go

Alexandre Canonico

Alexandre Canonico - The way things go, 2018
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go,
exhibition view
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go, 2018
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go,
exhibition view
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go, 2018
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go,
exhibition view
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go, 2018
Alexandre Canonico - The way things go,
exhibition view


The “Field” (Campo) installation, the largest work of the exhibition, fills the entire wall at the bottom of the gallery with large flat washers that are covered by painted steel bars. The same flat washers are present in two other works, where they “run” and draw on plywood. Also part of the exhibition are two series of prints and a sculpture of contorted and perforated steel tubes.

Alexandre Canonico is graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from the Faculty of Fine Arts of São Paulo and currently lives in London where he is enrolled on a postgraduate program at the Royal Academy. His practice is strongly influenced by the logic and aesthetics of architectural design and geometric abstraction. Formally, the work tends to a simple resolution and a saving of gestures.

Useful information

Opening

June 13, 2018

Exhibition period

June 13, 2018 a
July 21, 2018,
Monday to Friday: 10-19h
Saturday: 12-18h
Closed on Sundays.

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