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CHROMADYNAMICA DIMENSIONAL 3
UV ink, aluminum, MDF
2018
30 x 24 x 24 inches
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Felipe Pantone (b. 1986, Argentina) has earned an international reputation in the graffiti world under the name of Pant1, multiplying actions and collaborations. A prolific artist, his creations are visible on the walls of the whole world: from the Mesa Contemporary Arts Center to the Long Beach Museum of Art (USA) and the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), passing by Mexico City, Osaka, Lisbon, Palestine, Italy or Australia. Invited to the 2016 edition of the Maus Festival in Malaga, the artist has completely repainted a bridge overlooking the river Guadalmedina. Felipe Pantone is the spearhead of a renewed street art scene, which is not confined to outdoor spaces and enchains projects: majestic frescoes, paintings, sculptures or monumental installations.

Felipe Pantone's approach is to question the current era and its propensity to place new technologies at the center of our daily lives, making us dependent on a superabundance of images and symbols. He himself is passionate about the advent of the internet that allows instant access to the entire history of humanity. The problems he addresses are contemporary and universal: movement, the notion of time, saturation, alienation and destruction.

In a powerful dynamic, Pantone extends on the walls with its futuristic style with psychedelic accents that evokes Italian Futurism. There are also abstract and stroboscopic touches that articulate black and white geometric shapes that he combines with bright metallic colors, not unlike the Mire, a visual that appears on the television when there is no show. Visual explosion of a certain brutality, his work is stored in the kinetic art, in the footsteps of a Victor Vasarely or Carlos Cruz-Diez.