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WHYY’s Robin Bloom has some recommendations on what’s happening in the Philadelphia region and has included Alexis Nutini’s solo-show at NAPOLEON.

Describing the large scale reduction prints as “grandiose” and “vibrant,” Robin Bloom explains the origin of Nutini’s approach:

The prints on display show abstract and vividly colored landscapes influenced by Nutini’s trans-national childhood. Born to a pair of anthropologists, Alexis spent his days exploring the rural villages and cities of central Mexico before moving to the United States at the age of ten. This sense of adventure translates to Nutini’s plate carving process, which is mostly improvised.

To see the entire article, click here.

Bravo, Alex!

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