Artist Manss Aval will be participating in an upcoming Photography Show in New York, Abstraction of the Ordinary presented by ArtePonte at their new Chelsea Gallery location. The event will begin with the premier show on Thursday, June 8th at 6-8 pm. The art show will continue on from June 8th through July 8th, 2017.
Exhibited artists present a new perspective, a new life to the ordinary by looking through a wider lens; a different angle, by shifting the point of view to present a world of abstraction.
Manss Aval’s art, Seminegative (below) will be featured throughout the month long event. Aval had the following statement about his work, Seminegative —
“I construct mystic landscapes with overlapping intervals of space and time that represent the familiar with the alluring and possible. One series seeks to elucidate dreamscapes and the space postulated by cosmology: string theory suggests individuals in one universe can have a counterpart in other sharing characteristics. Parallel universes may also intersect facilitating travel between these bubbles. My works represent the position of a neutral observer recording these events. My perspective levitates between fantasy and mysterious quantum space, leaving room for meditative explorations of familiar memories, dreams and perhaps alien realities.” — Manss Aval
The Artists of Abstraction of the Ordinary
Uma Rani Iyli
Tuesday – Friday 10:30 – 6:30pm
Saturday 12:00 – 5:00pm, with appointments during operating days
Closed Sunday and Monday
520 W 20th street,7th floor
New York NY 10011
About Arte Ponte
ARTE PONTE is a Swiss non-profit association and institute that supports its members who are emerging and established visual artists, curators, designers and architects as well as and professionals within the art-world by fostering connections to a network of opportunities. Since 2009, the association has been promoting artists during selected art fairs in Paris, Venice, New York, Miami, Basel and Austria.
ARTE PONTE is present in three countries; with administrative offices in Basel, Switzerland; its global HQ (as of Jan 2017) cultural institute and exhibition space is in Venice, in Palazzo Corner Spinelli; and since 2013 in New York, where Arte Ponte hosts exhibitions with support of JanKossen Contemprary gallery in Chelsea, for selected curated exhibitions during Summer.
ARTE PONTE has its own publishing house, where annually we issue volumes on different genres of contemporary art . Books are distributed among art professionals; during fairs, events and during the Venice Biennial at the HQ premises in-house book shop.
Visit the website to learn more.