LEONARDO DREW solo exhibition in Asia Pearl Lam { 65 images } Created 11 Nov 2015

The work of Leonardo Drew is exclusively sculptural. His seminal work, Number 8, features rope, animal hide, raccoon skull and a dead bird, which are hung together and painted black, creating a dark three-dimensional take on Pollock’s all-over drip painting.
Through his work, Drew reflects on the universality of existence and the interconnectivity of all beings to one another. He illustrates these relationships through a combination of the visceral qualities of the materials with the abstract sculptural forms the pieces make up. These cosmological frameworks are meant to mirror the organic reality of existence and reveal the resonance of life and humanity.
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