Jorge Posada’s art has evolved into a semi-figurative depiction of the body: a cross between figuration and abstraction. He works by series in a mixed-media of charcoal, acrylic and oil on canvas and paper, which address the human form in motion.
Jorge Posada: Paintings & Drawings May 15 – June 16, 2013
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 5-7 pm
In the compositional structure of his paintings and drawings, Posada creates a tension between the fragments of the body which are embedded into colors, textures and carefully applied transparencies. He places them in a pictorial geography occupied by arrows which he uses as a metaphor for the action of going blindly in every direction. “It is my intention to be part of a collective memory. I use the human form to explore the body and the rituals of violence which are very much present in my native country as well as in our global society.”
This series is Posada’s personal interpretation of walls photographed by him. on the walls he finds secret messages which show him visual compositions, human shapes and the unseen presence of others.
Colombian-born American artist Jorge Posada is a painter, print-maker and sculptor who works from his studio in LIC, newyork City for more than 16 years. He has received several awards from prestigious institutions and his artwork is in major public and private collections in the USA, europe, Japan and Latin America.for more information, please visit Jeffrey Leder Gallery online at jeffreyledergallery.com or contact Jeffrey Leder directly at 917-767-1734 or email@example.com.
Hours: friday, Saturday and Sunday 12-6 pm or by appointment. during LIC Arts open 2013: Wednesday – Sunday 12-8 pm.
A catalogue/book/brochure of this collaborative art project and exhibition will be available in limited editions. This exhibition marks the opening of the LIC Arts open 2013 and will continue at Jorge Posada’s Art Studio as part of the open Studio weekend on May 18-19.
Posada’s studio is located two blocks from Jeffrey Leder Gallery at 10-27 46th Avenue #306, Long Island City. exclusive art walks between the gallery and the studio will be arranged by appointment.