I always keep my palettes half clean and half dirty. Space for the days work ahead to mix new color and a history of colors used as a record of moments that clearly failed and worked out. It’s a slow growing #studiocraft I’ve developed over the years.
In so many ways my palettes are signifiers of the processes of #art making and #artworld making I have deployed on a daily basis for over 2 decades.
(I can tell u that there is a lot of color here that is left to stand and dry forming lumps of historical disappointments. . . )
One of the most important reasons I have made it thru are peers and other artists, and while reputations and connections can be as fleeting as the weather, my temperament and #instagram likes, I have been incredibly fortunate to have been a part of real communities all over the world.
If your in #seoulcity tmmrw (9.20 - 9.29) stop by the S-factory @unionartfair , it’s a rolling overview of highs and lows, goods and bads, come in whatever mood or dress or attitude u happen to b carrying around because this a real fair based on a real community, and I got a feeling there will be something here for U.
Charles Fazzino has been working on an urban art installation in front of the new Fiesta Mall in Busan, Korea. The work titled "Busan Meets the Big Apple" is comprised of larger-than sculptures that enhance the visitor shopping experience. Swipe 👉 to see more of the installation!