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Pansuriya Suggests (New Arrivals): Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014
25 November 2014, 00:32
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Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014

Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014


The square painting reflects a somewhat distorted perspective, not an unusual element on Aung Ko’s works.
In a simple landscape carrying rather neutral colours, an extremely long roof structure heads from the right lower part of the canvas towards the focus-point, escalating even through a white stone fence. Before taking a 9o°C turn in the direction of the background to disappear behind the horizon, the line assembles into a small square structure supporting itself a complex roof construction. Some green bushes appear here and there cooling the burning atmosphere of reds and light oranges, but it is the shade under the architectural element that promises a true rest. The quiet and calm emanating from the work surely smooths a too vibrant space!


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