Physichromie Panam 194

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

PHYSICHROMIE PANAM 194

Panama 2015

Printed aluminum

47.24 x 125.98 inches

120 x 320 cm
Unique

Signed, titled and dated verso

 

Physichromie Panam 168

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

PHYSICHROMIME PANAM 168

Panamá 2014

Cromografía sobre aluminio 

27.56 x 27.56 inches

70 x 70 cm

Unique

Signed, titled and dated verso

Physichromie Panam 83

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

PHYSICHROMIE PANAMA 83

Panamá 2012

Aluminum, plastic, and acrylic

19.69 x 29.53 inches

50 x 75 cm

Unique

Signed, titled and dated verso

Physichromie 1756

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

PHYSICHROMIE 1756

Paris 2012

39.37 x 59.06 inches

100 x 150 cm

Unique

Signed, titled and dated verso

Inducción Cromática Noel

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

INDUCCION CROMATICA NOEL

Panamá 2015

Printed paper

39.37 x 36.61 inches

100 x 93 cm

Ephemeral

Inducción Cromática a Doble Frecuencia Panam 12

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

INDUCCION CROMATICA A DOBLE FRECUENCIA PANAM 12

Panama 2011

Printed aluminum

47.24 x 47.24 inches

120 x 120 cm

Edition of 8

Signed, titled and dated verso

Inducción Cromática a Doble Frecuencia Gatún

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

INDUCCION CROMATIC A DOBLE FRECUENCIA GATUN

Panama 2010

Printed aluminum

70.87 x 23.62 inches

180 x 60 cm

Edition of 8

Signed, titled and dated verso

Transchromie Manipulable Los Angeles

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

TRANSCHROMIE MANIPULABLE LOS ANGELES

2014

Mixed media

119.69 x 81.1 inches

304 x 206 cm

Unique

Signed, titled and dated on base.

Cromointerferencia Espacial 4

Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ

CROMOINTERFERENCIA ESPACIAL 4

Panama 1964-2015

Printed aluminum and elastic band

39.37 x 39.37 inches

100 x 100 cm

Edition Unique

Signed titled and dated verso

Carlos Cruz-Diez
Chromatic Transfiguration
May 28 – July 2, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday May 28, 6-8pm

It is with great pride that Maxwell Davidson Gallery presents Chromatic Transfiguration, a new solo exhibition by Carlos Cruz-Diez. With new work by the artist, this exhibition will include examples of virtually all of the Cruz-Diez’s color and movement investigations, as well as present historical documentation of his oeuvre and theory. This is the second show for Cruz-Diez at Maxwell Davidson Gallery, and the first in the gallery’s new Chelsea location. As such, the artist has created a site-specific work – a 30-foot “ephemeral” Chromatic Induction which will span the length of the gallery skylight.

Cruz-Diez’s work is simultaneously static and mobile, temporal and spatial. It asks the viewer to engage with the work, moving in relation to the art, joining the artist’s experimentation with the input of color and light on the eye and brain.

For over 50 years, Carlos Cruz-Diez has been one of the foremost color theorists, and kinetic and Optic artists in the world. Carlos Cruz-Diez was born in Venezuela, but has lived and worked in Paris since 1960. Among many other awards and honors that he has received, Cruz-Diez is the recipient of the Turner Medal and The Americas Society’s Golden Medal, two honorary Doctorates, and is an Officer of the Order National de la Légion d’Honneur. His work is in private and public collections around the world including MoMA, Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, and Musée d’Art Moderne.  

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