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Landon Metz at von Bartha

von Bartha
Basel, Switzerland

Landon Metz

1985 born Phoenix, USA
Lives and works in New York, USA

New York based artist Landon Metz (b. 1985, Phoenix, USA) is known for his subtle, evocative paintings composed of sparse biomorphic shapes. His work revolves around the activity of painting, yet also incorporates the vocabulary of sculpture, installation and performance. Metz’s work evokes a visual dynamism and sense of movement through his use of varying degrees of transparency and opacity, as well as compositional arrangements.

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