Albert Alcalay is an American painter, sculptor and performance artist who is well known for his bold, graphic works. He received his initial training in the traditional craft of painting and sculpture at the Art Students League of New York, and later attended the Pratt Institute of Art and Design. Alcalay’s works often employ the use of bright colors, intricate interplay between shapes, and the use of text. He is best known for his standout works such as ‘A New Wall’, ‘Rain’, and ‘The Parade’. He is widely acclaimed for creating works which emphasize the importance of art in everyday life, as he uses everyday objects as materials for his paintings, sculptures, and performances. Alcalay also hosts art workshops for community members, encouraging them to engage in creative activities. Art historian, Alan Artman, considers Alcalay’s work to be “innovative and relevant”.
Albert Alcalay, American Artist, Paintings, Sculpture, Performance Art, Art Workshops.
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