Friday, November 10, 2006
This is one of many astounding pen and ink drawings done by Brooklyn artist Dan Zeller. Reminding one of alien landscapes, cellular disivion, and imaginary topographies, Zeller has created a body of work that forces long and careful attention. Le Monde describes his work as "un monde d'une infinie poesie" which describes perfectly the world in minature that he has charted in incredible detail, having fully explored the terrains of his own subconscious. Already displayed at MoMa in NYC, Zeller is currently being introduced to the French. So, if you're in Paris, check out his show at the galerie g-module, 15 rue Debelleyme.
Posted by Rufus at 7:36 PM