StolenSpace Gallery London, UK
Felipe Pantone’s bright graphic style is at the forefront of street and urban contemporary art. Using strong colours, sharp edges and bold shapes, his work draws you in to his own dynamic aesthetic.
“I keep on with my quest for immediacy, connection, quick transition, travel and technological advancement. We live in exciting times where everything passes in front of our eyes at the speed of a glance, and much becomes data that relentlessly fills the cyberspace. This series of works challenges me to find solutions, put ideas in order, and solve graphic mysteries, all of which takes me closer to belonging to the times that we live in.”
Pantone has developed his own personal avant-garde artistic style. His use of shape and colour draws the viewer into his hypnotic and vibrant world, reminding us of a garish 80s atmosphere; synth pop and SMPTE colour bars on the TV.
Pantone draws his influences on modern-day concerns of the digital age and fast and never-ending development of technology, in which way he is discovering a new visual language in which to communicate.
Felipe has exhibited all over the world and has featured in several of our group shows (LAX/LHR, Reasons for the Seasons) but this will be his first solo show at StolenSpace.
3rd June - 3rd July 2016