Some of Moss’s earliest art works were abbreviations of common phrases, such as OMG, or emojis torches into burnishes steel, referring to the supplanting of individual messages by terse, formulaic signs. These works were a critique of the “deterioration of language,” but while they lamented the loss of more personally meaningful exchanges, they were less scathing than ironic, cheeky. - “Peace” (Blue), 2016 -Mixed patina on mild steel -
On view at Nick Moss’s Solo Exhibition, ‘Rigorous Perception’ at our NewYork Gallery locates at 507 W, 27th St.
ART FAIR | Leila Heller Gallery is participating in the tenth edition of Abu Dhabi Art, November 14- 17, 2018 at the Saadiyat Cultural District, booth M7 & M7B ———————————————
Leila Heller Gallery will showcase a varied selection of artworks including a solo booth never shown before by abstract painter Nancy Lorenz alongside works by Farideh Lashai, Kenny Scharf, Richard Hudson, Sudarshan Shetty, Tara Donovan, Ghada Amer, Philip Taaffe and Lalla Essaydi