Bernar Venet at the Art Plural Gallery, Singapore

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Singapore, 29 October 2012, Art Media Agency (AMA).

The Art Plural Gallery in Singapore is welcoming till 24 November 2012 a solo exhibition of artist Bernar Venet. Bernar Venet has always “explored the notions of indetermination, disorder, chance and unpredictability”.

The gallery’s press release mentions for this exhibition Bernar Venet is presenting new sculptures from his series Grib, an extension of Indeterminate Lines, creations he developed between 1979 and 1983. Tougher, but more accessible than previous works, his creations, sort of graffitis, are made out of 35mm hand-cut steel plates.

The other major pieces of the exhibition are: a selection a paintings representing mathematic equations, realised on plastic: “a perfect synthesis of art and mathematics”. Saturations and Shaped Canvases include as well mathematic formulas as the origin of their total abstraction.

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