• The precise order of things

Alejandro M. Parisi was born in Buenos Aires in 1982. His work has been presented in Argentina in numerous exhibitions and fairs as well as in the Museum of Fine Arts of Tandil and the Museum of Fine Arts of Lujan, Fernán Félix de Amador.
The exhibition The precise order of things is divided into three parts: A series of paintings dedicated to the object, works from the series Academic References and small formats with small budgets for the youngest younger collectors. The Academic References series was created by revising art history. Alejandro uses his plan, his note-taking during history classes, as a grid, a network, linking periods and movements in art, constantly expanding beyond the field of vision. The artist enters into a fearless conversation with the masters of the past about the origins of art as well as its future, opposing future, contrasting, overlapping and intersecting their histories with his own interventions.
In this series of works, Alejandro M.Parisi adds shadows and shapes, shades and sketches of classical and antique motifs classical and antique motifs, all of which complement his paintings while making them more abstract. This new combination offers viewers a medium to communicate, connect and create their own interpretations.

Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, 2018
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, 2018
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, 2018

 

Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, solo show, 2018
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, 2018
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, 2018
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, solo show, 2018
“Academic Reference N. 30”, 2016, 100 x 73 cm, Mixed media
Alejandro M. Parisi, The precise order of things, solo show, 2018
“Vase chinois n.1” 2017, 70 x 50 cm Mixed media