Sculptor Angel Orensanz will present The Collective Unconscious which combines elements of his serial work, Burning Bronzes, Bodies and The Language of Fire photo art collection, at Art Palm Beach 2014. A visceral experience of the world around him,through his perspective.
Online PR News – 19-January-2014 – New York – New York, NY. Today the Angel Orensanz Gallery, a contemporary fine art gallery located in New York's Lower East Side, announced their participation in the international gathering of artists and galleries - the Art Palm Beach arts fair in Palm Beach, FL. The Gallery will represent and display the work of sculptor Angel Orensanz, specifically his ongoing exhibit entitled The Collective Unconscious. Literature and supporting materials will accompany the representation of Orensanz, including the arts magazine, ARTSCAPE, which is published quarterly out of New York City.
The Collective Unconscious combines elements of the sculptor's serial work, Burning Bronzes and Bodies and The Language of Fire photo art collection, to evoke a highly visceral experience of the world around Orensanz, through his unique perspective.
"Working with the bronze and stoneware," according to Orensanz, “brings me into closer communion with the earth through my art.”
The sculptures will represent a continuation of the artist’s study of the human form and its manipulation, while paying homage to a tradition of indigenous art from around the world.
Preview showings for Art Palm Beach will take place on January 2, 2014 from 6:00 - 7:30pm, with a subsequent Collectors' Invitational from 7:30 - :00pm. The Angel Orensanz Gallery will display the work of Orensanz between the hours of 1:00 -7:00pm from January 24 - 27, 2014. The location for the Art Palm Beach fair and events for 2014 is the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
More information about the fair, the Gallery, and Angel Orensanz is available at the Gallery homepage: http://www.orensanz.org
The Angel Orensanz Foundation is located at, 172 Norfolk Street in the heart of the Lower East Side. The Foundation is housed in one of the oldest surviving gothic-revival synagogues in New York, and has proudly kept its architectural integrity.