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Scott Albrecht’s ‘Along The Way’

Brooklyn based artist Scott Albrecht recently opened a soloexhibition of new work, ‘Along The Way’, at Philadelphia’s TrickGo gallery.Featuring a mixture of graphic hand lettering on aged book pages or salvagedbook covers and geometric woodcuts housed within reassigned drawers, thework explores personal memories and events in the artist’s life. Captured inthe clipped phrases or secretly coded within the geometric patterns, the ephemeralthemes of memory and time radiate a sincere nostalgia with a touch of modernromance. View more of the work after the jump.

Brooklyn based artist Scott Albrecht recently opened a solo exhibition of new work, ‘Along The Way’, at Philadelphia’s TrickGo gallery. Featuring a mixture of graphic hand lettering on aged book pages or salvaged book covers and geometric woodcuts housed within reassigned drawers, the work explores personal memories and events in the artist’s life. Captured in the clipped phrases or secretly coded within the geometric patterns, the ephemeral themes of memory and time radiate a sincere nostalgia with a touch of modern romance. View more of the work below.

Limited zine accompanying show

Mike Trigaux of TrickGo and artist Hilary White

Maléna Seldin and artist Scott Albrecht

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