An Exclusive Look Inside Felipe Pantone’s New Shanghai Exhibition

Entitled “DISTANCE, SPEED, TIME, FORMULA.”

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Felipe Pantone just gave us an exclusive look inside his upcoming show at Galerie Danysz entitled “DISTANCE, SPEED, TIME, FORMULA.” Staying true to our initial announcement, the Valencia-based artist has masterfully installed a diverse series of vivid artworks spanning a kinetic sculpture hanging from the ceiling, spray-painted works boasting his signature motifs such as computer glitches, and large pieces of 8-bit gradients. The highlight of the show goes to small-scale sculptures mounted on a wall that appear blurry, but are made of multiple sharp elements that form their mind-bending compositions.

Tour the exhibition above ahead of its opening this January 12. Elsewhere in art, we recently paid a visit to Erik Parker’s Brooklyn studio where he discussed his artistic growth and upcoming “New Soul” presentation in the Mary Boone Gallery in New York City.

Danysz – Shanghai
256 East Beijing Road
x Jiangxi Road
Shanghai, China

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