Jacinto Moros and Stephanie Patton: SEAMS

Exhibition: March 2nd – April 21st, 2017
Location: Voltz Clarke Gallery, 141 East 62nd Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10065

Stephanie Patton
Stephanie Patton, Wait
Jacinto Moros, R100, 200, maple wood and formica, 37 x 53 x 13

In March, Voltz Clarke Gallery opened SEAMS, a joint exhibition featuring the work of Jacinto Moros and Stephanie Patton. This two person exhibition brings the American and Spanish sculptors in conversation for the first time comparing each of their seams, folds and curves.

Madrid based Jacinto Moros is characterized by his mathematically calculated designs. In generating friction between his chosen material and their resulting forms, Moros creates a rhythmic weightlessness in space, which can be seen through his wooden sculptures and embossed monochromatic reliefs. The subtle curves become the signature element for which he is remembered.

Louisiana based Stephanie Patton uses humor, word play and an attention to materiality to address universal human experiences of suffering, comfort and healing in her quilted compositions.
The artwork in SEAMS survives on energy and movement allowing a strong dialogue with one another and their audience. The exhibition will run through April 21st.