Professor Andrew Smaldone’s Exhibit: One Thing Against Another Creates

Andrew Smaldone’s exhibit shows the refined element of time derived from the observation of architecture and an extraction process. Space generates images that are related to a memory the artist had where art as a practice, as a development, or as a perception, occupies a series of room: an art school in London, and a non-profit gallery in Italy.

In the moment in which they are portrayed, abandoned of their original purpose, the architecture Andrew paints reveals that the artist has conserved a dormant memory of their history, namely, what they contain.

Exhibit: January 14-28, 2014
SRISA Gallery of Contemporary Art
Florence

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