1981 · Spain
Working primarily with elemental art forms, Spanish artist Vicky Uslé uses streamlined color and at times novel materials to create a dynamic – yet metered – compositional space.
Pulling together elements such as paper, linen, and dynamic color in her body of work, Uslé recalls for the viewer a clever play of form across her compositions. Precisely defined and yet ambiguous in meaning, Uslé works compel the viewer to dig deep.
Born in Spain in 1981, Uslé earned her degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. She now splits her time between New York and Saro, Spain, but she has enjoyed the showcase of her work all over the world. Recent solo showcases of Uslé’s work include “Building Saja” at Galerie Van der Mieden in Antwerp, Belgium (2012); “Weightlessness Encounter: at Alexander Levy in Berlin, Germany (2014); and “Password” at Espai Tactel in València, Spain (2018).