Felipe Pantone Brings "Transformable Systems" to Joshua Liner Gallery

Presenting new pieces and an ongoing series of works.

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Multidisciplinary artist Felipe Pantone will present his first solo exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City. Entitled “Transformable Systems,” the show will spotlight never-before-seen pieces alongside ongoing series of artworks. Pantone’s technology-influenced, sculptural paintings alongside mixed-media works portraying abstract patterns and digital-inclined motifs will be on display. All pieces utilize mechanical-based methods as a way to explore “digital culture’s transient and pervasive nature,” said Juxtapoz.

“Transformable Systems” will be on view starting September 6 up until October 13. Head over to Joshua Liner Gallery’s official website to learn more. In other art news, Daniel Arsham recently unveiled his new CRACKED BEAR edition.

Joshua Liner Gallery
540 W 28th St.
New York, NY 10001

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