Tuesday, 07 November 2006 16:10

Greek Artist Bezio Show at Agora Gallery : Chelsea

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Bezio Argument With Observer

New York City - Both wonderfully fluid and hard-edged as stone, the artist Bezio is on a quest to discover the fundamental mechanics of abstract art and color theory.  His characteristic emotive element is a face, simplified into a linear schematic, yet possessing an emotional, human quality in a format that would otherwise be fully abstract.  He is nearly scientific in his approach. “As an engineer, and zealous follower of the Bauhaus School, I have embedded concepts of open, closed, and fractal geometry in my art.”

Beyond the structural analysis of art is Bezio's determination to express the ineffable, to communicate an emotion in a nameless realm.  He works with a limited palette, in colors that are natural and timeworn; his abstract compositions are physically powerful and totemic.  Often creating works in pairs or triplets, the pieces seem to converse with one another, in a dialogue that is at once intimate and outspoken. Hailing from Greece, Bezio now lives and works in New York.

His work will be on display in Elements of Structure, an exhibition running December 7th to the 27th in Agora Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City. 

Visit : www.Agora-Gallery.com

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