Marina Reiter "Endless Summer"

Amos Eno Gallery

poster for Marina Reiter "Endless Summer"

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In her most recent series of work titled Endless Summer, Marina Reiter is exploring the interconnectedness of things and events, our complex human interactions and relationships. For Ms. Reiter, these connections are important, as she says, “We enter this world to reach out and connect. We reach out, we touch, we learn from one another. We are not bound by our human bodily existence, nor space and time”.

Influenced by the work of Wassily Kandinsky, Marina Reiter’s paintings channel the spirit of Surreal Abstraction and Constructivism. The smooth organic shapes give the impression of three-dimensional depth, heightened by the soft flatness of shimmering pastel backgrounds. Careful balance of color and form ensures a harmony throughout the composition.

Marina’s work is a joyful and colorful celebration of everything that unites us and pulls us apart. Often connected by intersecting lines and hashes, her biomorphic creatures represent the basic fundamental essences of our souls, which float in perpetual congress. The colorful, immersive paintings speak to contemporary experiences of a world, in which people are more connected than ever, and simultaneously are more vulnerable to feelings of alienation than in any preceding day and age.

Born in Moscow, Russia, Marina Reiter currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY



from June 02, 2010 to June 26, 2010

Opening Reception on 2010-06-03 from 17:30 to 20:30


Marina Reiter

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