Adel Gorgy’s large-scale photographic images are complex works, woven into harmonious compositions. They are derived from nature and span a time from Winter to Fall. Realism describes nature, Impressionism colors it, Expressionism interprets it and Abstraction reduces it. In Rhythms...Winter to Fall, these boundaries are blurred, imaginary or non-existent.
In another group of works,Again…Seeing Art Anew, he employs selected visual phrases taken from great paintings as the basis for new compositions, interpreting and recomposing revered works of art. Gorgy’s images are large, complex works, woven into a single, harmonious composition. In photographs of sunrises, called Horizon in Time, he minimizes and recomposes colors and patterns in the movement of water and skyscapes. Through his work, the artist invites viewers to seek new ways of seeing.
“In the end,” he says, “the medium, the technique and the style fall behind or disappear, and only the image remains.”
Adel Gorgy lives and works on Long Island and his photographs have been exhibited both nationally and internationally in museums and galleries.
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