At SUNDAY Art Fair, Hayal Pozanti Paints with Invisible Data

Artsy Editorial By Molly Gottschalk Oct 16th, 2015 7:40 am Portrait of Hayal Pozanti by Matt Grubb. In a far corner of London’s SUNDAY Art Fair, a satellite of Frieze known for fostering emerging art, Hayal Pozanti’s four cut-out paintings form a mural spelling abbreviations of “Deny,” Degrade,” and “Destroy” in the 32-year-old artist’s iconic, now cryptic language. According to Elaine Levy, co-owner and director of Brussels gallery Levy.Delval, interest in the work was high, and collectors weren’t settling for just the single pieces (priced at $10,500 each). They’d been asking for the whole lot—wall included. Having shown with Jessica Silverman Gallery for the past handful of years, Pozanti is increasingly known among the art world. But it’s fitting that at SUNDAY, a fair recognized for taking risks, she’s debuting new…


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