New works on paper by Gocha Tsinadze
New paintings by Gocha Tsinadze incorporate acrylic, Sumi ink, gouache on heavy-weight cotton paper. The body of work explores the process of abstraction as a system for translating the subconscious. Formally, the work explores the meeting place between drawing and painting. The visual shapes are created through a linear process which acts to describe hypothetical physical form. Tsinadze is interested in the semiotics created out of this process, a kind of aesthetic equilibrium.
Gocha Tsinadze is an artist working and living in Brooklyn, NY and hailing from the Republic of Georgia. He holds an MFA from Brooklyn College and a Bachellors degree from Rutgers/Mason Gross. His work deals with an exhaustive approach to language and the subconscious through abstraction. His work has been exhibited in the US and abroad.
For more information, please visit the artist on gochatsinadze.net.