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Enrico Riley

Untitled: The Economics of Travel, 2017

Oil on canvas
47 3/4 × 70 3/8 in
121.3 × 178.8 cm
This is a unique work.
$16,000
location
New Haven
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FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
New Haven
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Infinite Receptors

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Infinite Receptors

These works are part of an ongoing body of paintings and drawings called Infinite Receptors that explores issues related to lived experiences of black bodies today. Most of works were made in Rome, Italy in 2016-17. Specifically, I am looking at the concept of the black body as having been …

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Enrico Riley
American, b. 1973
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The work of Vermont-based artist (and visual art professor at Dartmouth College) Enrico Riley seems to vibrate with energetic color and line. In these abstract, almost childlike drawings and paintings of figures and faces, what appears to be spontaneous is actually part of a process of slow and deliberate observation. “I am trying to work with the attitude that many sources and types of subject matter can influence me as I work and that this information can be deployed in a nonlinear fashion,” Riley has said of his works. “There are no set rules about color, composition, style or subject matter. Through the process of making, the works are allowed to find what they need to exist.” Previously, the artist has created abstract works based on musical scores, where color and form stand in for rhythm and tone, as well as figureless monochromatic compositions in white.

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New Haven
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Infinite Receptors

These works are part of an ongoing body of paintings and drawings called …

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Infinite Receptors

These works are part of an ongoing body of paintings and drawings called Infinite Receptors that explores issues related to lived experiences of black bodies today. Most of works were made in Rome, Italy in 2016-17. Specifically, I am looking at the concept of the black body as having been …

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Enrico Riley
American, b. 1973
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The work of Vermont-based artist (and visual art professor at Dartmouth College) Enrico Riley seems to vibrate with energetic color and line. In these abstract, almost childlike drawings and paintings of figures and faces, what appears to be spontaneous is actually part of a process of slow and deliberate observation. “I am trying to work with the attitude that many sources and types of subject matter can influence me as I work and that this information can be deployed in a nonlinear fashion,” Riley has said of his works. “There are no set rules about color, composition, style or subject matter. Through the process of making, the works are allowed to find what they need to exist.” Previously, the artist has created abstract works based on musical scores, where color and form stand in for rhythm and tone, as well as figureless monochromatic compositions in white.

Enrico Riley

Untitled: The Economics of Travel, 2017

Oil on canvas
47 3/4 × 70 3/8 in
121.3 × 178.8 cm
This is a unique work.
$16,000
location
New Haven
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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