Alex Angi: Solo Show at Galerie Magda Danysz (Paris)

Alex Angi: Solo Show at Galerie Magda Danysz (Paris)

January 9, 2010 until February 6, 2010 // Galerie Magda Danysz // Paris, France

The Magda Danysz gallery presents the work of Alex Angi; an artist already famous for numerous collective exhibitions with the Cracking Art Group in England, Germany, China and Korea. While many people think about the nature of art or about its imminent death, Alex Angi contemplates the probable death of nature. His works deals with our society, with current problems of our planet and with the genetic revolution. According to him, the world is in danger but art can have an impact on this evolution.

The colored dynamism in Alex Angi's work seems close to that of Pop-art. He uses recycled materials that he transforms into surprising art objects. In this way, he has become a "gold- digger". From public trash, Angi recovers plastic and industrial materials to create his art, with the help of a custom-built technique. The recycling and accumulation of materials offers a new artistic expression and confirms Alex Angi’s commitment to nature. He is determined to defend the planet, not only by the language but also with his art. Alex Angi's works act on behalf of the planet.

The exuberance of Alex Angi's works is plastic. It is an itch of accumulated forms producing a new aesthetic language. His works are multi-colored, abstract, three-dimensional installations. Some rise vertically, like totem poles, while others recreate an uncertain nature of plasticized flowers. Certain people speak about a "plastic jungle," yet others see the absurd outfit of industry. One thing is sure; Alex Angi succeeds in transforming raw materials into objects full of liveliness and powerful works of art.

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