Collection: "Search Engine" organized by Diego Leclery
About The Exhibition
This exhibition is about transcendent forms. I looked through all of NIAD’s archives to find works that conveyed something beyond this world, something magical, something that emanates a powerful force. In some cases, geometries tap into universal formulae, in others, abstract gestural strokes become vessels for cosmic frequencies from another dimension, forms that are reduced and simplified into symbols that speak the divine names of the essences invoke those they cannot contain. I was looking for works that felt timeless, and, perhaps, even, beyond culture.
About The Organizer
Diego Leclery is an artist living in Queens, New York City. Recent solo exhibitions include "Household Name: A Ten-Year Survey of Diego Leclery’s Self-Portraiture in Chicago’s Artist-Run Spaces and Apartment Galleries" at the Hyde Park Art Center and the annual "Sit on a Polar Bear's Lap" event at 4th Ward Project Space, both in Chicago. Leclery was selected to participate in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. He is one of the founding members of the artist-run space Julius Caesar in Chicago. In October, Diego will have a solo exhibition at BasketShop gallery in Cincinnati titled "One With Everything".