Remi Rough at Blackall studios: abstract-ive

 
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16 Feb

2011

I have always been sceptical about abstract art, never knowing whether I like it or not. I can enjoy it but can rarely get ecstatic about it. Well Remi Rough and the likes of Augutine Kofie or Jaybo Monk are maybe about to radically change this.

They are (and a few others – find out who here) are members of what is called the urban abstract movement which has for starting point the reshape of letters of the alphabet and their integration into an urban context – find out more here

A exhibition presents us with works from Remi Rough and Steve More but I will here focus on Rough’s stuff and what an amazing display I had in front of my eyes!

Rough’s mix of shapes and forms combined with an excellent choice of colors make his works come alive. The perspective he manages to bring to his compositions seems to give some sort of pace to the whole thing making it anything but boring.

I may be well on track to love this stuff and ask to see more of it.

The show is now over.

PS: You will excuse the so-so quality of the pictures below but I had to use my i-phone that day.

Remi Rough at Blackall Studios
Remi Rough at Blackall StudiosRemi Rough at Blackall Studios
Remi Rough at Blackall Studios
Remi Rough at Blackall Studios

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

2 responses to “Remi Rough at Blackall studios: abstract-ive”

  1. abstract art says:

    Great work! intricate and perfect as photographs.

  2. admin says:

    Thank you for your comment Abstract Art.

    Remi/Rough is not only a cool guy, he has got some talent and skills to give perspective and movement to his works which is what I like the most

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