New Work by Terri Katz Kasimov
Artist Talk & Reception Sunday October 15, 12-3pm, remarks at 1pm.
On View September 23 - October 28, 2017
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10am - 4pm or by appointment
Eleven Twenty Projects: 1120 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14209
Recently acclaimed for the large scale installation at the Conventus building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus; Katz Kasimov’s current practice centers on abstracted mixed media collage featuring two new bodies of works, Roots/Routes and Meanderings.
These new works imbue a controlled randomness, arbitrary or ambiguous to the casual eye, but are in fact pre-planned and allegorical. The collages are meticulously constructed with layers of discarded remnants of the artist’s prior works. As Katz Kasimov describes, “past drawings and saved papers are ripped, cut and incorporated into new ones”. Each fragment of paper represents a point in time, and the marks and compositional flow of each piece carry an immediate, organic energy.
This process of birth and rebirth has been a persistent subject throughout Katz Kasimov’s evolution as an artist. Recently, by exploring the combinations of recycled remnants from the past, the outgrowth from this amalgamation exudes a sense of meditation and unburdening. Katz Kasimov has created her own visual language, rooted firmly in the formal elements of line, form, shape, and color, which was passed on by the numerous accomplished painters with whom she has studied. An opening reception will be held Saturday September 23, with an artist’s talk on Sunday October 15.
The exhibition runs from 9.23 to 10.28
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Terri Katz Kasimov is an extolled Buffalo artist whose work is in private, corporate, and museum collections around the world. Katz Kasimov is a visual artist with studios in Buffalo, NY and Kiawah Island, SC. She received her B.F.A. from The Ohio State University and her M.F.A. from SUNY Buffalo, where she later taught.
Artist’s website: www.terrikatzkasimov.com
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