CAMILLE VER CONTINUES ABSTRACTIONS OF CITYSCAPES IN URBN 2.0 SHOW AT GALERIE RAPHAEL SERENDRA
Cityscape architecture is very often an abstractionist’s dream. The confluence of shapes, forms, lines, and colors merges with the organic ‘vibe’ of the city to create a powerful image—one that any abstractionist would seize upon with relish. Buzzing urban centers come alive through impressive techniques, and that same sense of dynamism is something that reverberates through each canvas. It is a youthful, and high-energy form of visual art, and one that permeates through a skillful abstractionist’s practice.
One such abstractionist is Camille Ver. Through her investigations into urban landscapes, she has created a distinct oeuvre that intersperses abstract cityscape motifs with tec pen lines that have become her distinguishing feature. Ver explores pushes the boundries of abstraction these works on canvases—works that are that makes extensive use of the ambivalence of a loud, boisterous city, then subtly juxtaposing with the cool, nuanced approach of abstraction.
Following the success of her show at Galerie Stephanie in Libis, artist Camille Ver revisits the abstract sensibilities invested in her consideration of urban landscapes in URBN 2.0. Opening at Galerie Raphael on June 19 and running until June 28 , URBN 2.0 is both a testament to the enduring energy of Ver’s practice and an ongoing celebration of abstraction’s ability to bring about a uniquely personal take on visual art.
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