DUVE Berlin opens a solo show of new works by Argentinian painter Ivan Comas, titled Days Go By and running from November 6 to December 18.
The launch marks Comas’ first solo show in a European gallery, created during his stay in Berlin using industrial materials like cement and household paint in combination with photography and UV printing.
For the Buenos Aires-born, Paris-educated and LA- and Berlin- based artist, the “construction and deterioration of metropolitan cities” is often both the starting point and the theme, and the abstracted and textured canvases show a kind of struggle between green spaces and urban landscapes.
See the exhibition page for details. **
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