PAUL SHARPE CONTEMPORARY ART, NEW YORK
Exhibit November 1 to November 26, 2005
‘Aesthasy’ combines two English words, aesthetic and ecstasy to create a hybrid title, which is derived from the Cuban tradition of using made-up words taken from real words in the language. The concept touches upon the beauty of creation as a strategy of nature. The imagery in the show couples flowers as sexual beings and icons, such as Oscar Wilde, as landscapes.
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