Art In America

Domenico Zindato

at Andrew Edlin,
134 Tenth Ave.

An Italian "outsider" artist who has lived in Mexico since the mid-'90s, Domenico Zindato has been exhibiting his dense, wildly colorful drawings for the past 15 years. The recent examples in this show are larger than his past works and feature mesmerizing abstract backgrounds, floating orblike vessels and roadways that snake through a patterned primordial ooze.

 

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