Infinitum: The Americas Collection. Miami 2013

6 September 2013 - 30 September 2021

Wladimiro Politano, Venezuelan artist of Italian origin, the possessor of a prolific and solid projected trajectory since the seventies in Europe, the United States and Venezuela, performs an important sculptural exhibition in the Gallery The Americas Collections, USA, from September 06, under the title of Infinitum, which confirms their approximations and influences in the geometric abstraction.

Works stemming from their designs where art and mathematics are joined together, built in aluminum chrome of vibrant colors, in medium format or at the public to join the architecture, will be exhibited next to a series of photos that record the process of artistic achievement.


His sculptural language part of geometric shapes and volumes that are defined in space, where highlights the use of pure primary colors to create abstract images, of extreme minimalist synthesis, sometimes completed in acute tips. Their sculptures are the product of the volumetric study based on symmetries or asymmetrical shapes based on concepts and calculations, designed by maestro Politano who, well known to the study of the space and the perfect proportion.


Hence the use of vivid colors, composed by the artist himself, unique, intense as red, yellow, cobalt blue or lilac that arouse effervescent energies already that, apart from its meaning, the purpose of the comprehensive work is to bring these emotions", we regard Politano. Pyramids, circles, various shapes based on mathematical principles and their multiple and repetitive elements, i.e. modular, create rhythms and sounds numeric visual in their sculptures.


"Ideas and contemporary forms with pyramidal tips are multiplied depending on the position of those who observed and move creating impact and electricity through the gaps and intangible, where light plays freely between the solid elements," says the artist. To Wladimiro, their sculptures in metal are a minimalist expression of the nature and the repetition of asymmetric and symmetric forms allow a dynamic of the light and the movement to give balance and harmony. Equally the artist explores creatively drawing, painting, and the volumes in wood.