Runaway Ride Painting by Gino Belassen

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Runaway Ride and Search Party, in the studio.
Runaway Ride, adorning the entry wall of The After-Afterparty, solo show.

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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Colored Pencil, Pastel on Wood.

Runaway Ride
48 x 48 in.
Acrylic, Pastel, Colored Pencil, Spray Paint on Panel
2019

Send me a postcard.
Exhibited in the artist's first solo show—The After-Afterparty.

Gino Belassen (b. 1994, Phoenix) derives his work from an affinity with minimalism + abstraction, echoing a process he refers to as subtle over sound. This idea references the physically intensive layering process involved in his work, while also hinting at his internal desire to simply communicate a message or feeling. Deceptive in their simplicity, his paintings convey depths of meaning through handwritten, oft-cryptic words, and abstract imagery scratched through a drying surface, revealing a glimpse into the chaos that lives inside. They reflect the duality of the human condition, marking moments in his personal life + story that only he can truly comprehend.


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Runaway Ride

Gino Belassen

United States

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Size: 48 W x 48 H x 1.5 in

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