ChromaticO is Jaime Hayon‘s second solo art exhibition after his premiere in 2015. This new collection for the Kreo art gallery incredibly explores color and the materials used! Leaving its visitors mesmerized by the talent of shaping hand-blown glass and marble, this time the artist decided to present it in two separate art exhibitions. The one in London focuses on glass and the one in Paris on marble.
Jaime Hayon takes his ideas from Africa and the Mediterranean, and that is how his amazing modern art with the perfect craftsmanship is created. Extremely mesmerized by the colorful continent of Africa, its textures, and materials, the contemporary artist and designer brought to Kreo, in London, an amazing set of colorful art that consists of a brightly hued group of vases thoroughly made in hand-blown Murano glass. Inspiration caused by the African wooden masks was the starting point of this glass art project, Jaime Hayon used its shape for the idea of his glass vases and then beautifully produced them.
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Dear to I Lobo You and the art world, Jaime Hayon managed to combine perfectly the strong nature of the figure with the fragile material that is glass resulting in a very joyful and crazy art. Reds, oranges and greens, these are the strongest hues used in this exhibition, but these tones count particularly with a subtle base of marbles such as rosa portogallo or giallo siena.
The Parisian art exhibition has almost the same concept, but here the star is marble. This time with a Mediterranean influence, he created a series of tables with a colorful base. Finishing with his usual trademark, both exhibitions end with his typical monkey figure that winks goodbye to its visitors.