Opens Friday September 11
Continues through October
Mysteriously reflecting on architecture in space and time, human vs. celestial; Valery Koshlyakov, often referred to as 'Museal' for his deconstruction of historical monuments, and Pancho Quilici, whose architectural landscapes envision an alternative cosmos, are brought together to create a sense of being lost in infinity, where the past remains an illusional perception and the future... a guided unknown.
Part of the current exhibition “Just Passing by…”, the new works by Pancho Quilici are absolutely amazing. Complex, enthralling and inspiring, the last pieces to come out of Pancho’s Parisian studio show once again an evolution in his work. Using mixed media on either paper or canvas, Pancho is still fascinated by geometric shapes and architectural designs to depict alternative worlds/universes. While looking at his work, one can understand that he spends a lot of time producing each piece. These entities that vary in size are so detailed and precise that you wouldn’t doubt he leaves nothing to chaos.
Greatly inspired by metaphysics and Physics theorems, Pancho’s latest works resonate within us, differently for each and everyone, in a strange magical way, though his images seem to capture something from outer space, a universe of their own.
You can find views of the exhibition as well as the works themselves in the Exhibition section of the website, PANCHO QUILICI Just Passing By…