Thursday, 12 January 2006 17:19

Agora Gallery Presents RESH

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New York City- The colorful, vibrant paintings of RESH combine the intellectualism of abstract Cubism with the emotional verve of German Expressionism. These compositions represent a world seen from different, simultaneous viewpoints; the result is a dynamic movement within the composition. The planes of the landscape are joined at points, creating a shallow perspective where curvilinear forms are juxtaposed against rectilinear lines. The viewer feels an intense energy captured in these paintings, from scenes of a busy city, to the gentle portrait of a mother pig suckling her young. These artists capture a spark of life through their thick pigments and exciting perspectives. RESH is the pseudonym of two artists: Yosef Reznikov and Shkred Oleg. Reznikov is an engineer in addition to being an artist, Oleg is an architect and designer. Both have exhibited their work widely across the Eastern Hemisphere and in the U.S.A. RESH has been creating art together since 2000.

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