January 2022

Andrew Smaldone returns to SRISA gallery for his 3rd one-person exhibition: Correlative.

Significantly, for this show, Smaldone has purposefully focused on two subjects he has visited before in his career: architectural interiors and non-spaces.

The works in the exhibition were all painted together: in a manner where depictions of architectural interiors were worked on alongside paintings of solely atmospheric color. The aim of this working method is to study both the similarity and difference in the paintings; to compare and see the relationship between works that are also visually different. This procedure further cultivates the natural way in which the human mind tends to wander from one subject to the next, oftentimes without a linear logic.

Interior in Raw Sienna, Grey and Violet, Oil on Linen, 25x35

Interior in Viridian and Blue, Oil on Linen, 25x35

Interior in Grey, Oil on Linen, 25x35

Interior in Orange and Grey, Oil on Linen, 25x35

Interior in Violet, Gold and Alizarin Crimson, Oil on Linen, 25x35

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Installation View, Correlative 2022

Horizon, Oil on Linen, 90 x 65cm, 2022

A Forest, Oil on Linen, 65x65 cm, 2022

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