Nameless and Reverberating: Luis Romero at Fleisher/Ollman Gallery.
Romero, Untitled, 2009
Nameless and Reverberating: Luis Romero February 25 - March 27, 2010
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new drawings, collages, and constructions by Luis Romero. The works, composed of layered fragments of paper, cardboard, line and paint, explore a personal mark-making process akin to codes and language.
Also on view will be a selection of collages by the late Ray Yoshida, a central figure in Chicago's visual arts scene from the 1960s onward, friend to the Chicago Imagists, and Romero's former teacher at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Join us for the opening reception on Thursday, February 25 from 6-8pm.
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery | 1616 Walnut Street | Suite 100 | Philadelphia | PA | 19103
Tyler School of Art is located on Temple University's main campus in Philadelphia, PA. The Fibers & Materials Studies Program offers both BFA and MFA degrees with a strong interdisciplinary approach toward traditional textile processes in combination with innovative contemporary techniques. The The Fibers & Materials Studies curriculum teaches technical skills to allow students to explore possibilities through loom and off-loom processes, dyeing and printing and digital output. The Fibers & Materials Studies courses encourage the use and experimentation of both traditional and non-traditional materials as diverse as Tyvek, latex rubber, wax, resin, and plant matter. Student work investigates two and three dimensions including wall pieces, wearables, indoor and outdoor sculptural installations, and book forms. To learn more about the program, please visit Tyler School of Art, Fibers & Materials Studies.