Landon Metz “Asymmetrical Symmetry” at Sean Kelly, New York

Asymmetrical Symmetry
Solo Show
September 7, 2018–October 20, 2018

For his inaugural exhibition with the gallery, Metz has created a new body of work in direct response to the architecture of the space. Site-responsive rather than site-specific, each canvas functions simultaneously as an independent work and a constituent component of a larger, experiential environment.

Chance and repetition are consistent themes informing Metz’s various bodies of work and qualities that connect the five distinct groups of paintings in this exhibition. Rendered in four unique colors, two of which are new to the artist and will debut in this exhibition, Metz’s paintings are displayed in an atypical manner, in this instance progressing through the gallery in a serial fashion, moving both horizontally and vertically across the space. Displayed as diptychs and triptychs, alone and in larger groups, the canvases echo specific measurements taken from the architecture of the gallery. The works proceed throughout the gallery and onto the ceiling, encouraging the viewer to experience the exhibition in different ways.

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Image: Installation view of Landon Metz: Asymmetrical Symmetry at Sean Kelly, New York – Photography: Jason Wyche, 2018. Courtesy Sean Kelly, New York

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