MIAMI, FL—Mindy Solomon Gallery presents Geandy Pavón: Political Fold exploring the deconstruction of literary realism and rational thought. The gallery is located at 8397 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, in Little River. An opening reception with the artists will take place Saturday, May 28th, from 7-9pm.
Curator Mindy Solomon states: “I woke up last night after two seemingly prophetic dreams. In the first, I was called to the phone because of the impending death of a family member; and in the second, I was impossibly stalled getting to my critical destination, which in turn caused me to be late for one of the most important events of my life. The stagnancy of time and the thick, almost soupy like feel of the atmosphere in which I found myself pushing through, left me feeling bereft and sullen upon actual waking. The lingering memory of the dreams hang on me even now, several hours into a reasonably productive day. No doubt, current life circumstance is playing havoc on my subconscious, and the subsequent transferal of nervous energy, which has informed my every task. Artists also transform the sacred to the profane, moving dream and story through complex neural circuitry until the ideas find a tangible surface to be displayed upon. Does this purging of visions lesson the psychological burden of these memories and experiences? Artists Geandy Pavón and José Manuel Mesías, bend and twist imagery in ways that become extrapolated manifestations of realty and historic memory.”
Geandy Pavón describes his newest body of work, Political Fold as follows: