“31,” an exhibition of works on paper by Domenico Zindato, is at Andrew Edlin Gallery through June 4. Zindato, who was born in Italy, began the project after stopping by a small shop in Mexico City, where he stumbled on an album with thirty-one sheets of handcrafted paper from Oaxaca, made with regional plants. He decided to make a “visual poem” with its contents, cutting out the sheets and painting them in vibrant colors with fine-haired brushes and nib pens.
Domenico Zindato, Into the Water’s Music, 2015, ink and pastel on paper, 10″ x 16″.
A Breathing Bundle, 2014, ink and pastel on paper, 16″ x 10″.
I have dreams I am awake, 2014, ink and pastel on paper, 16″ x 10″.
De los Rios a los Dioses, 2014, ink and pastel on paper, 16″ x 10″.
I Do Not Ask How It Came About This Creation, 2015, ink and pastel on paper, 16″ x 10″.
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