Frank Zadlo makes time-based collage, using an economy of means to create visual resonance. He morphs classical and historical images by using the embedded meaning within imagery and then focusing on the gestures of placement, arrangement, and orientation of each visual component. Zadlo’s goal is to find the balance between visual intuitions and the pleasure derived from the promiscuity of images, forms, and historical references.
Frank Zadlo received his MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons The New School for Design in 2008. His work has been exhibited in the United States and Europe, most recently in the group shows “The New Brutalists” at Parallel Art Space (Brooklyn, NY); Videorover 5” at NurtureART (Brooklyn, NY); “Tender is the Night” at Marine Contemporary (Venice, CA); and “Loss Generation” at Seton Gallery (University of New Haven, CT.