"Big World, Little Eyes", special exhibition featuring child prodigy Xeo Chu
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 19th, from 6-8pm
Exhibition on view through January 2nd
462 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012


NEW YORK – Vietnamese prodigy painter, Xeo Chu, will open his first New York solo exhibition, Big World, Little Eyes, at the Georges Bergès Gallery on Thursday, December 19th. Characterized by explosions of color and texture, Chu’s abstract oil on canvas works translate the vast world around him through a playful, fresh perspective. Big World, Little Eyes, will debut bold new paintings, in which Chu captures poignant moments in his constant travels around the world.

 

Painting since the age of four, this young, accomplished artist continues to surprise and delight his international following. Though he is still small, his vision of the world is nothing short of colossal. Filled with an energetic wonder, Chu’s latest expansive works extend across large-scale diptychs, triptychs and even hexaptychs.

Located in the heart of New York's historic SoHo neighborhood, as well as Germany’s cultural capital, Berlin, Georges Bergès Gallery features an inspiring cadre of consequential living artists from all around the world, whose works appear in prestigious museums, institutions, and private collections. Georges Bergès Gallery introduces collectors to the art and artists that will come to define tomorrow's art world. Monumental forthcoming exhibitions include ''Three Mile Harbor Road," featuring works of Nicolas Carone and Jackson Pollock and a rare collaboration painted by the two artists in 1954.

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