ARTS & CULTURE
08/18/2010 08:35 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

LAST CALL: Spotlight On John J. O'Connor's Meandering Art

WHO: John J. O'Connor

WHAT: 'C'OD(e)R'

WHERE: Fleisher/Ollman Gallery
1616 Walnut Street, Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA 19103

WHEN: June 17 - August 20, 2010

O'Connor
WHY: Because complex colors are the new black.

In C'OD(e)R, artist John J. O'Connor creates works made from graphite, colored pencil, paint and found materials that are based on personal data, chance, and statistics. O'Connor's works are composites of quirky decisions, and are as much an homage to visualizing information as they are to pure abstraction. With this exhibition, the artist gives abstract mark-making some quantitative and measurable meaning.

(From: Fleisher/Ollman Gallery)

Exhibition Spotlight is an at-a-glace look at an artist's work we think you should know about.

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