For the first time in Mexico, the Let There Be Art Gallery presents the eponymous exhibition by artist Nick Veasey. Originally from UK, the artistic vision of Nick Veasey uses the science of X-rays to reveal the inner layers that comprise organic and inorganic objects of our daily life. By using this technique, the artist strongly criticizes the importance given to the image and superficiality that dominate our contemporaneity.
Through experimentation with radiation, Nick Veasey captures the inner beauty of objects and machines produced by human being, and the people, insects and flowers, while adding intrigue to the familiar. The English artist directly attacks the prejudices based on the external appearance around us, and our attraction to people and aesthetically pleasing forms. Veasey’s work contrasts the natural beauty of a flower with the complexity of a motorcycle engineering, which has been exhibited in museums of natural history and contemporary art internationally, as London, Taipei, Barcelona, San Francisco, Milan, New York, Paris, Miami, Moscow, Croatia, Zurich and Berlin.
Source and images: Let There Be Art Gallery
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