Samuel Gomez (b.1975-) Renascence (Triptych), 2018 Graphite, ink and acrylic on paper. 29 x 66 inches 29 x 22 inches (each panel) at Manolis Projects gallery
Panel 1,Samuel Gomez (b.1975-) Renascence (Triptych), 2018 Graphite, ink and acrylic on paper. 29 x 66 inches 29 x 22 inches (each panel) at Manolis Projects gallery
Panel 2:Samuel Gomez (b.1975-) Renascence (Triptych), 2018 Graphite, ink and acrylic on paper. 29 x 66 inches 29 x 22 inches (each panel) at Manolis Projects gallery
Panel 3:Samuel Gomez (b.1975-) Renascence (Triptych), 2018 Graphite, ink and acrylic on paper. 29 x 66 inches 29 x 22 inches (each panel) at Manolis Projects gallery
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Samuel Gomez (b.1975-)
Renascence (Triptych), 2018
Graphite, ink and acrylic on paper.
29 x 66 inches
Each Panel: 29 x 22 inches 

‘Renascence’, is a series created on the notion of ‘Nature Always Wins’.
“Synthetic and mechanical surfaces are overpowered by the beauty of organic
elements as new anatomy and flora turn impervious against the most inhospitable
environments and technological advances”.

Born in the Dominican Republic, New York artist Samuel Gomez's meteoric rise began with his inclusion in the 2013 ArtPrize Competition in Grand Rapids, MI, his first showing in any public forum. Samuel Gomez received a BFA in 2001 from Parsons School of Design in New York. 

Gomez’s steampunk aesthetic is marked by an extensive usage of universal symbolism and contemporary themes of science, socioeconomics, sustainability, and, prominently, the future of automation and AI. His paintings are of dystopian themes.

The self-proclaimed storyteller's ominous scenes are so dense with imagery and symbolism, they beg the viewer to lose themselves in their interconnected, multi-dimensional depths. Gomez shows a society that has been led astray by corporations, capitalism and over consumption.

“I question a world where all events and affairs seem systematic and guided,” says Gomez,