Painter Julio Cesar was first introduced to the artist Piet Mondrian in 1992, resulting in his own experiments using Mondrian-like geometric designs. Fast forward to 2020, when the idea of revisiting Mondrian resurfaced. “Putting together this exhibition helped me to release those [pandemic] energies, because for me, art is the voice with which I describe my reality and my works are the windows through which I shout my silences,” he said. This is Cesar’s sixth solo show at Revelry; his opening is Friday, Aug. 6 from 6-9 p.m. The gallery is also celebrating its 11th anniversary.
Friday, Aug. 6-30Revelry Boutique + Gallery