"Primary Colors and Primary Shapes" is a hand-painted acrylic painting on high-quality 300g paper by artist Ryan Rivadeneyra. These painting, influenced by modernist artists of the 50's, 60's, and 70's, explore abstract geometric shapes and overlapping transparencies to create simple and elegant compositions.
Title: Primary Colors and Primary Shapes
Medium: Acrylic on Paper
Size: 40x28 inches
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Ryan Rivadeneyra (Miami, 1984) is based in Barcelona, Spain. He has shown in Museums such as the MACBA, Tapies Foundation, and CA2M in Spain, and in galleries such as Flat Time House (London), Galerie Juliette Jongma (Amsterdam), Helmhaus (Zurich), Casa Hoffman (Bogota), or Art Sonje (Seoul).
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