The Charm Of Patterns
About the Exhibit
This is the proofread first solo show of an artist who goes by the simple appellation Dézia (pronounced Dé-Zia, accent on the second syllable). It is the painting pseudonym of Johnny Chua, an architect by profession. Dézia combines the original family names of his parents. Intriguingly, as
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Dézia appreciates the beauty of patterns and decoration.
Where Dézia leads the eye is the rich luxuriance of a multitude of patches, enlivened by patterns and designs. Dézia is inspired by the designs in the Japanese kimono which he invests with his own polychromatic
shades, ranging from the muted to the shrill. Despite their exuberance and exhilaration, Dézia corralled them into an engaging and harmonious assembly.
The entire pictorial surface seems activated with playfulness and freedom, vibrance and delight. They bloom in splendid clusters and quilt-like patches. The viewer gets the feeling that Dézia has pillaged a samurai’s chest.
More importantly, the evocative permutations of shapes suggest a narrative, engaging the viewer to decipher stories. These works translate to allegories that bear life’s lessons on human identity, relationships, personal crises. The scintillating titles themselves bear witness: Finding Balance, Independent Soul, At The Edge, Moon Smile, My Mentor My Friend…
It is precisely this seeming whimsicality
and light-hearted fervor, faintly allusive of Paul Klee, whom Dézia admires, that allows these meaningful narratives to feel like fraternal advice rather than didactic fire-and-brimstone sermons.
Like enchanting buy this lab report fabric collages, “The Charm of Patterns” is Dézia’s personal coat of many colors, serving notice of his determined entrance into the free-for-all and cacophonous Manila art scene.
The pattern is much too clear.
- CID REYES
DÉZIA’S “THE CHARM OF PATTERNS” runs from February 6 until 18, 2013 at ARTIST SPACE (Ayala Museum) located at the Ground Floor of Ayala Museum Annex, Makati Ave. cor. De La Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Makati City.
Museum Hours : (Monday – Sunday) 10 AM – 7 PM.
Show will continue until
February 23, 2014 at The Olive Creek Gallery located at the Ground Floor of HRC Center, 104 Rada Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City.
Gallery Hours : (Monday – Friday) 11 AM – 8 PM & (Saturday) 11 AM – 6 PM.