The 'Ar' by Tofer Chin Exhibit Interprets Simplified Structure

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: May 15, 2013 • References: toferchin & trendland
Each captivating minimalist piece in the 'Ar' by Tofer Chin exhibition aims to showcase the artist's perspective inspired by architectural and geological forms.

Chin boasts an aesthetic that capitalizes minimalism as artistic language. His second solo exhibit, titled with the Portuguese word for air, draws attention to the stark usage of negative space. The sculptures and paintings featured in 'Ar' explore patterns from both architectural facades and geological forms seen by the artist in his travels. Chin translates these forms into geometric construction that acts as "a window into a psychological space, as each piece is based on the keyhole perspective, seeing only a portion of the whole picture," says Lu Magnus Gallery.

'Ar' by Tofer Chin makes for a fascinating and aesthetically stimulating exhibit that is a foray into the psyche, virtually materializing the rationality of an artist's mind. Stats for Architecturally Minimalist Artwork Trending: Older & Chilly
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