Gabriel de la Mora constructs intricate artworks that pull from the art historical lineages of conceptualism, op art, and minimalism. He instills meaning into collected, fragmented, and often obsolete materials by crafting them with great complexity and rigor. Each work is made up of constituent parts, with his titles enumerating elements within the image. In De la Mora's feather artworks, each number specifies the amount of feathers which he meticulously applied one at a time to each canvas. The result presents as an optical illusion: while from a far his works may appear to be paintings, upon closer inspection it is clear that each is an elaborate collage.

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Perrotin Seoul
Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most
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