29 de agosto de 2013


Winston Chmielinski figures are landscapes: visual metaphors that reveal an alternate significance only in the eyes of a willing signifier. The disconnect between what is perceived and what is seen, or in the case of Winston’s portraits, the self that is reflected, and the self that is felt, can only be sutured back together in works that first fragment the physical plane—a concentration of color in one face, a plague of shadows on another—in hoping to catch (through these intentioned cracks) a fleeting glimpse of the unsheathed self. If one can chart out a surface’s entirety, even as an assemblage of seemingly incongruous pieces, will he thus render it wholly inconsequential"

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Fine Art and you dijo...

very nice <3