I loved the current exhibition of Math Bass at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, visited in New York. It’s a wonderfully refreshing art that is somewhat provocative, too.
There are large, serene color fields, refreshing and soft tones that harmonize beautifully. It exudes a calming beauty that makes us feel good, alive, and part of something viewed in a positive and optimistic light. Even the headless horse.
Could it be magic that this exhibition creates such a feel-good atmosphere? but it’s not. it’s what it is.
Math Bass, a female artist, born in 1981 in New York and currently based in Los Angeles, creates a joyful journey with exciting motifs and soothing colors. That’s a perfect match! an atmosphere that whispers, ‚Come closer, look at me, immerse yourself in me“, somewhat like nature, perhaps.
Something that doesn’t harm.
Something that simply feels right and pure, allowing us to breathe.
Art, as clear as looking up at the sky. And out of the blue, you love art, even if you never did before, I assume.
If art is an emotional approach, this exhibition is an aesthetically happy place. Not to diminish its significance. I love beauty, always have, always will, and beauty in art deserves a fresh perspective in the art world. No excuses, no regrets, just for the sake of fun, a good time, a great life, and a piece of amazing art.