Artist Alexey SAVART layers globs of paint, creating abstract patterns that defy convention. In Gravity, black on black lines crisscross the frame, creating a grid with a large diagonal line running through the center. With just a few squares of red, the artist hints at themes of isolation and social nonconformity. In Fata Morgana, bright red marks break up what looks like heaps of tar, doting this foreign landscape with warmth and vitality.
Born in Russia, the artist uses his own exclusive volumetric technique for making work, bringing his vision of the world to life.