Art Optichromie, Felipe Pantone’s new and monumental work
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Optichromie, Felipe Pantone’s new and monumental work

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Giulia Guido
optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al

Street artist Felipe Pantone reviled a new artwork realized in occasion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery public art initiative. Optichromie is enormous murals that cover the entire Buffalo Town Ballroom facade (New York), characterized by the classic style used by Felipe that we could recognize anywhere.

Black and white geometric lines, sometimes straight and sometimes curved, alternate with colored shapes similar to glitches. The technological element has always been part of the art of Felipe Pantone, both in the subjects he represents and in the method of realization, in fact, he uses 3D modeling programs to have a complete view of how his work could result in reality.

Overlapping these motifs and the colored pixels are those that seem to be tubes that move freely in space, going from one side of the wall to the other.

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optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al
optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al
optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al
optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al
optichromie felipe pantone | Collater.al

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Very happy to be working in Buffalo, NY ?? as part of the @AlbrightKnox museum’s Public Art program

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