<em>Chromatic Chimera</em> <br> From the series <em>Lapses of Silence</em>

Adam Goldstein

Adam Goldstein (b. 1989, Colombia) is a painter whose abstract canvases explore the transition of color and tonality to create emotional landscapes. After studying Fine Art and graduating from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel in 2014, he has since been working in interior design and theater scenography in Berlin, Germany. His paintings often explore the variety of possibilities in the interaction between patterns that transform through time in a contemplative process, and reference the world of spectral colors generated by our mind in absence of light. His recent individual and group exhibitions include 36,000 ft UpUnder, Gisela Freier Kunstraum, Berlin, Germany, 2022; Lapsos de Silencio, Galería La Cometa, Madrid, Spain, 2021; Somos el tiempo que nos queda, Galería La Cometa, Medellín, Colombia, 2021; +1 trash, Mot+++, HCMC, Vietnam, 2020; and the 12th Lange Nacht der Bilder, Berlin, Germany, 2019.