Lois Lambert Gallery hosts an art talk with Jorge Mino on Saturdy June 19, 2021 at 4pm. Mino’s exhibition “Balance” features abstract photographs influenced by urban architecture both in its most material and human form. Through photography, Mino deconstructs and reconstructs his perception of the world.
Mino liberates himself from the technical aspect of photography to investigate and push the creative boundaries and possibilities of the medium and the world he perceives. Mino orchestrates the “destabilization of spaces to unleash imagination”. He creates large-format photographs that reflect the many perspectives and points of view when looking at architecture. Mino doesn’t focus on the logical schemes that play into capturing a perfect photograph, instead he concentrates on emotions and artistry. His images are digitally abstracted to low resolution with added grain to change what was once a high quality and crisp photograph into a new and more provocative image. Mino’s visual innovation is inspired by experimentation and his fascination with the concept of the void as well as his dreams. He hopes to inspire the viewer to contemplate the spaces we inhabit. Mino’s works reflect the abstraction that is hidden within the walls of the architecture that surrounds us every day.
On view: May 1, 2021 – open ended run; Call the gallery for details, or visit the website for additional info, and appointments.
What: Art Talk, “Balance,” Jorge Mino
Where: Lois Lambert Gallery, Bergamot Station, E3, 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, 90404
When: June 19, 2021; 4:00pm