Neoplasticity at Haley & Steele Gallery

The Boston gallery invites you to check out the brand-new exhibition running through September, centering around Franz Fox.



The Haley & Steele Gallery in Boston invites you to check out the brand-new exhibition running through September centering around Franz Fox. Fox is an artist born on the island of Cuba who decided to travel the world before the Cuban Missile Crisis. Traveling around the world, his study of architecture and sticking to ancestral culture allowed him to create the style of art he is known for called Neoplasticity. Neoplasticity is similar to lying down in the grass and searching for shapes in the clouds, only in a painting and its name means “a new ability to change form.” In Fox’s paintings, you would see human body parts such as a head and a torso, but he also inserts smaller symbols such as the Cuban Flag to celebrate his homeland.  



To check out Franz Fox’s art head over to his website, here.

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