Sahag Workshop presents "Last Night" an Art Exhibition by Tony Motta
Exhibition takes place at 425 Madison Avenue in New York City
Created using 100% recycled materials, the natural imperfections the artistic process leaves behind in the highly structured compositions form a colorful highly imaginative narrative. Motta's imagery shifts in time and space, and requiring close attention to the details. Sculpture, which has a life of its own, leaves behind imperfections, like scars on the skin, and add to the uniqueness and humanity of each piece. This complexity deepens the dramatic effect put forward by the artist with his use of abundant colorful hues and hidden symbolism, creating daring female portraits that cannot be forgotten. These highly structured compositions unravel an entire world before us -- and the world to come -- which is filled with hidden messages. Like a map, the artwork guides us through the multilayered symbolism-laden in each individual piece. Motta portrays mysterious women that are sensual, alluring and untamed. Her piercing gaze is daring the viewer to uncover her secrets. Like constellations, Motta's sculptures shift in time and space, and require close attention to be unveiled by our own imagination. A tribute of inspiration from the margins of tomorrow.
"This exhibition is my simple tribute to these wonderful warriors, not only those who fight cancer, but all who fight for overcoming, prejudice, mistreatment, and who teach me and inspire me every day ... I leave here all my admiration for these incredible, unequaled, inexplicable and indispensable human beings who, with courage, determination, strength and faith, overcome their daily struggles without losing hope and love." – Tony Motta
"Last Night" reaffirms the relationship between art and humanity by representing a future generation in search of overcoming. In his sculptures, Motta combines characters from other times embedded within current situations to address issues of displacement, exile, geography and abuse. His work has been described as Surrealism and Neo-Baroque due to his oeuvre containing a metaphysical undertone that transports the viewer through time.
Interested media who wish to interview artist Tony Motta, please contact Workhouse CEO, Adam Nelson via email@example.com or by telephone +1 212. 645. 8006. Visit LAST NIGHT (https://www.youtube.com/