Exhibiting currently at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, Gorlizki has created a fascinating and niche style of art. Originally from London and now living in New York, his fascination began with miniature paintings in India decades ago. To create incredibly detailed works of art on spacious planes, Gorlizki uses a microscopic brush to illustrate each minim detail. His work is characterized by intricate geometric patterns, juxtaposition, and surrealistic elements. Both Eastern and Western figures interact within flat landscapes, contrasted by layered photographs and magazine pages. Previously exhibited internationally most extensively in Europe and the United States, Gorlizki uses entire gallery spaces as his canvases, transforming rooms into ornamental and textile patterns. His kaleidoscopic work seen in Variable Dimensions ranges from painting and sculpture to installation, video, wallpaper, carpet, and textiles.  His current exhibit runs at the always-free Crow Collection of Asian Art from September until March 20, 2016.

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Alexander Gorlizki

Crow Collection of Asian Art