Paris’ Galerie LJ currently has a group exhibition called “Paragone” that shines a spotlight on a geometric, abstract current of the Italian street art world. Featuring works in a variety of media from Moneyless, Pane, Tellas and Agostino Iacurci, the four-person show surveys different styles of abstraction. Between Moneyless’ mathematically precise paintings, Pane’s collage-like graphite drawings, Tellas’ minimalist figurative ink drawings and Agostino Iacurci’s bold, graphic paintings, the show covers vast aesthetic ground. Take a look at some of the works in “Paragone” below, images courtesy of Galerie LJ. The exhibition runs through April 27.