The Cristin Tierney Gallery is hosting Polychromatic Structures, the second solo exhibition at the gallery by Alois Kronschlaeger. The artist’s work is greatly influenced by the Avant-garde aesthetics of Constructivism and post-Minimalism. The multi colors and use of positive and negative space gives the structures an optical and kinetic effect similar to works by Jesús Rafael Soto. Due to the variation in shapes and sizes among the structures, the viewer can easily feel as an avatar inhabiting in a three-dimensional video game based in an industrial architectural environment.Alois Kronschlaeger’s work has exhibited at many international art institutes. These include one of his most ambitious and grand presentation at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona. Kronschlaeger created a 10,000 square foot installation inspired by the Basin and range topography.
Polychromatic Structures will be open to the public till May 16th at the Cristin Tierney Gallery. Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm on 540 West 28th Street. The gallery created a special hash tag #polychromaticstructures, as a way to get the visitors to share via social media their experience with the works.
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Photos By: Erica Genece