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 David Moreno  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: New York/Arizona      Known for: abstract design, assemblage

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Known for "funky pictures", "weird imagery", and works on paper with comic imagery", David Moreno works on large sheets of paper and creates gridded designs with small colored rings.
"These fields may be interrupted by animated eyeballs rocketing this way and that, but abstraction prevails. By systematically altering colors and the sizes of the circles, the artist produces syncopated rhythms and subtle fluctuations in space.  One called ''Noise'' has the page entirely filled by primary-colored bubbles, each of which is marked by a plus or a minus sign; it is like Alfred Jensen without the impasto. Part Pointillist, part Pop and part Op, these snappy works are funny, smart and visually captivating."

Exhibition venues include galleries in the Chelsea district of Manhattan.


Source:
Ken Johnson, Art in Review, January 11, 2002 (Archives of The New York Times)
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