About Dana Piazza
Dana Piazza lives and works in Lenox, Massachusetts. He has exhibited in solo exhibitions at Soapbox Arts in Burlington, Vermont, Jennifer Terzian Gallery in Litchfield, Connecticut, Artwork Austerlitz in Austerlitz, New York, Thompson Giroux Gallery in Chatham, New York, and Room 68 in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Upcoming exhibits embrace a two-person exhibitions with Tamara Zahaykevich at Turley Gallery in Hudson, New York in 2023, and a solo exhibition with Bernay Positive Artwork in Nice Barrington, Massachusetts in 2024. His quite a few group exhibitions embrace Flat Recordsdata at OyG at Ortega y Gasset Initiatives in Brooklyn, New York, Concentrated at Galerie Manqué in Brooklyn, New York, Artwork on Paper with Muriel Guépin Gallery in New York, New York, and Responsible Pleasures at Geoffrey Younger Gallery in Nice Barrington, Massachusetts. Dana Piazza obtained a BFA magna cum laude from the College of Artwork+Design at Buy School in 2010.
Work and Method
Dana Piazza creates summary work and drawings on paper, panel, and canvas, depicting the phantasm of depth, motion, and three-dimensionality. His work is solely meticulous as he follows algorithms permitting a predetermined set of directions to facilitate an unknown final result.
The explorations of likelihood, discovery and time of Dana’s work emerge all through every collection. Additionally, his drawings suggest recognizable patterns or textures that usually include semi-monochromatic shade palettes to emphasise his strategic compositions. Unintentional adjustments in mark-making are inevitable and create distorted photographs that resemble 3D renderings which optically appear to maneuver. The fallibility of the hand is integral to the event of every composition: one mark results in the following and the following, leading to a dense but unified stability of chaos and management.
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