530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Carlo Alacchi
Beyond Borders: an Exhibition of Fine Art from Canada
Agora Gallery
New York,NY

  • Desire's Print   Desire's Print
    Acrylic on Canvas
    42" x 45" x 4"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • A Leap to Fly With a Friend  (Tactile Art)   A Leap to Fly With a Friend
    (Tactile Art)
    Mixed Media on Canvas
    22" x 22"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • Heart in Tears   Heart in Tears
    Acrylic & Collage on Canvas
    37" x 57"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • Together We Tread   Together We Tread
    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas Board
    20" x 24"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • Bello Pronto   Bello Pronto
    Acrylic on Canvas
    71" x 57"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • In the Act of Reflection   In the Act of Reflection
    Acrylic
    71" x 57"
    Carlo Alacchi

  • Horse and Brindle  (Tactile Art)   Horse and Brindle
    (Tactile Art)
    Acrylic
    17" x 20"
    Carlo Alacchi


Carlo Alacchi

CARLO ALACCHI

Beyond Borders: an Exhibition of Fine Art from Canada
October 9 - October 29, 2015
Reception: Thursday October 15, 2015 6-8 PM

Carlo Alacchi creates visual depictions of the “unfolding world.” He works primarily in acrylic on canvas, but his pieces often include multimedia touches. Texture and abstract physical forms dominate his work, and recently he has been working on a project involving painting hubcaps found on the street. “The wheel is driving our evolution,” Alacchi says, but the hubcaps also remind him of planets, particles and molecules. Alacchi’s paintings speak to a multi-layered existence; human forms meld into colored backdrops, and textural combinations embody nature’s densely layered, experienced life.

In Alacchi’s paintings, image and color collide organically. He doesn’t plan his paintings in advance, but instead begins with a single line that slowly grows and takes shape. As a result, his paintings are very individual, comprised of forms that are both fluid and layered, filled with dense compartments and visual passageways. Further, they develop over time as Alacchi allows himself and viewers touch the works. "With every touch, it will change." He describes his tactile paintings as “explorations with eyes open or eyes closed.” 

Born and currently living in Montreal, Canada, Alacchi first began to paint while staying in NYC. It is fitting, therefore that his first gallery exhibition brings him back to Chelsea in Agora Gallery.


Agora Gallery
530 West 25th Street New York 10001 NY.
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