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Mirror (Magenta), 2014, by Meyer Vaisman

Mirror (Magenta), 2014, by Meyer Vaisman

Mixed media is the name of the game for artist Ashley Bickerton who creates abstract portraits out of various found objects, plywood, along with oil and acrylic paints. Bickerton is considered a pioneer Neo-Geometric (“Neo-Geo”) Conceptualism, which rejects Neo-Expressionist trends in painting, and critiques the mechanization and commercialization of the modern world, using geometry as a metaphor for society.

Mixed media is the name of the game for artist Ashley Bickerton who creates abstract portraits out of various found objects, plywood, along with oil and acrylic paints. Bickerton is considered a pioneer Neo-Geometric (“Neo-Geo”) Conceptualism, which rejects Neo-Expressionist trends in painting, and critiques the mechanization and commercialization of the modern world, using geometry as a metaphor for society.

The Time Machine Artist: Peter Halley Completion Date: 2002 Style: Neo-Geo Genre: abstract

The Time Machine Artist: Peter Halley Completion Date: 2002 Style: Neo-Geo Genre: abstract

Mixed media is the name of the game for artist Ashley Bickerton who creates abstract portraits out of various found objects, plywood, along with oil and acrylic paints. Bickerton is considered a pioneer Neo-Geometric (“Neo-Geo”) Conceptualism, which rejects Neo-Expressionist trends in painting, and critiques the mechanization and commercialization of the modern world, using geometry as a metaphor for society.

Mixed media is the name of the game for artist Ashley Bickerton who creates abstract portraits out of various found objects, plywood, along with oil and acrylic paints. Bickerton is considered a pioneer Neo-Geometric (“Neo-Geo”) Conceptualism, which rejects Neo-Expressionist trends in painting, and critiques the mechanization and commercialization of the modern world, using geometry as a metaphor for society.

Prison & Cell With Smokestack & Conduit - Peter Halley

Prison & Cell With Smokestack & Conduit - Peter Halley

By venezuelan artist Meyer Vaisman

By venezuelan artist Meyer Vaisman

Power User - Peter Halley

Power User - Peter Halley

Peter Halley. (b. Sep 24, 1953) Halley first came to prominence as a result of the geometric paintings rendered in intense day-glo colours that he produced in the early 1980s. His practice as an artist is usually associated with minimalism, neo-geo, and neo-conceptualism. Halley is also known as a writer, publisher and teacher.

Peter Halley. (b. Sep 24, 1953) Halley first came to prominence as a result of the geometric paintings rendered in intense day-glo colours that he produced in the early 1980s. His practice as an artist is usually associated with minimalism, neo-geo, and neo-conceptualism. Halley is also known as a writer, publisher and teacher.

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