RHYTHM, SHAPE and COLOR
When talking about Beti Bricelj's painting we inevitably encounter notions from art theory and concepts of geometric abstraction which are constant themes through her creative journey. She realizes her artistic ideas through carefully planned procedures that are initiated with drawings. With nothing left to chance, she carefully controls every part of the process; from an original basic sketch, to more elaborate drawings, before concluding with the final execution in paint. She trusts herself entirely and believes firmly in what she is doing. Her recognizable style of composition has been honed almost to perfection through continuous experimentation, consisting of interconnected geometric figures in different colors that illustrate the artist's spiritual world.
6th Biennale internationale d'art non objectif | Que des femmes... curated by Roland Orépük
Opening September 18 | Closing November 13, 2021 de la ville de Pont de Claix | Grenoble | France
From September 27 to October 9, 2021 Abstract Project will participate in all the satellite exhibitions around the 6th Biennial of Non Objective Art, organized by Roland Orepuk in Grenoble from September 11 to November 6, 2021.
These exhibitions will also take place in Australia, Italy and Poland. This year the Biennial is entitled: "que des femmes/ only women".
"The biennale was created in 2011 by Mr Ferrari, mayor of the city of Pont de Claix Mr. Sam Toscano , assistant to culture and myself, since the creation of the Biennale has become an unmissable cultural event in the Grenoble valley. Since its creation the number of visitors has been growing 35,000 visitors in 2019, not counting school children. The educational file for schools is provided by Claudine Sallenave in collaboration with the teachers of the schools who then visit the exhibition and do schoolwork in plastic arts course. A mediator is responsible for welcoming the guided tours organized for groups. A bilingual French / English catalog is published for each edition. We have a partnership with the national art magazine "artabsolument" and the local press. In 2015 Billy Gruner invited to the 2017 Biennale, made a commitment to create in Sydney
the Sydney International Reductive Art Biennale, the first edition of our twin sister took place in 2019 this year at the same time as the second edition will take place. we also have a non-objective collaboration with KNO kyiv Kiev is the hometown of Kazimir Malevich. " Roland Orépük
July 10 @ the Schloss Plüschow Museum (the Mecklenburgische Künstlerhaus) in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
Curated by Ivo Ringe and Juliane Rogge.
Curated by Ivo Ringe and Juliane Rogge.
RSA Annual Exhibition | 2.4 - 30.5.2021
Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland
I am delighted to have my work C8 from the series FlatCube in the 195th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy.
The RSA Annual Exhibition is the most extensive exhibition of contemporary art and architecture in Scotland. Having been a mainstay of the academy's calendar since its inception 195 years ago, the Annual Exhibition has evolved over the years, providing a platform for Scottish art alongside international artists, often including topical or political elements, to give an uncensored, independent voice to artists.
The Annual Exhibition is the core of the RSA’s exhibition programme, and represents the Academy’s commitment to promoting excellence in visual art in Scotland. In light of the current extraordinary circumstances, the RSA team has been working hard to ensure that the exhibition goes ahead in an entirely digital format.
COVIMETRY | 19.4. - 6.6.2021
Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, USA
Curated by Mark Starel
Living with a lifelong passion for Geometry and year-long isolation from the devastating pandemic Covid, artist and curator Mark Starel of Warsaw Poland brought the two together (geometry & mask) with his newest exhibit COVIMETRY.
Today human survival is dependent upon our using an “antivirus” mask covering our most noted communication tool, our mouths, along with noses and much of our face. The mask has hindered our ability to read others expressions and feelings. By adopting the mask as a template and canvas, it now becomes a form for expression- even if just a fragment of a bigger picture of our times metaphorically.
Starel also brought together over 300 artists, uniting continents and likeminded geo-zealots. His intention is to grow the exhibit until it reaches 1000 artists, representing every country as a global community. Different artistic strategies are conveyed, exploring the shape and structure of the mask through the inclusion of a variety of media, styles and techniques that allow for contemporary notions of how geometry is being investigated today.
— Suzan Shutan