• Aldo Walker

    Galarie Stähli

    It would not be contradictory to say that Aldo Walker carries the principle of clarity in his images to the point where it becomes enigmatic and puzzlelike. Although the ambiguity of the images may entice the viewer to see them in terms of the age-old game of the picture puzzle, their visual clarity foils any attempt to assign a definitive, unequivocal meaning. Paradoxically, the jarring aspect of these drawings derives from their being so carefully calculated, a quality expressed not only in their deliberative execution—precise white-line brushwork on a monochromatic (usually black) ground—but

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