Gregory Perry is a craftsman who principally lives up to expectations with contemporary methodologies. We provide Chiavari Chairs, Perry makes lives up to expectations that can be seen as self-representations. In some cases they seem eccentric and particular, at different times, they appear to be normal by-results of American superabundance and advertising.
His applied works of art are an examination concerning representations of (apparently) solid ages and circumstances and delineations and thoughts that must be acknowledged in reasonable workmanship. By caricaturing broad communications by overstating certain formal angles inalienable to our contemporary society, he makes work that arrangements with the documentation of occasions and the subject of how they can be exhibited. The work tries to express this with the assistance of material science and innovation, yet not by telling a story or making an allegory.
His works highlight adventitious, incidental and startling associations which make it conceivable to update workmanship history and, far superior, to supplement it. Joining irrelevant viewpoints lead to astounding analogies. By trying different things with aleatoric procedures, he formalizes the fortuitous and underscores the cognizant procedure of structure that is behind the apparently arbitrary works. The points of view, which are as far as anyone knows private, profoundly subjective and unfiltered in their references to dream universes, are much of the time uncovered as gatherings.
His works are soaked with conspicuousness, mental latency, platitudes and terrible jokes. They doubt the coerciveness that is gotten from the more significant importance and the shallow tasteful appearance of a picture.