invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york
invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york
jun 22, 2009
invader rubickubism at jonathan levine gallery, new york

half florence rey, 2005

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invader: ‘top io’ solo exhibition
jonathan levine gallery, new york
june 27 – july 25, 2009


the classic strategy game never ceases to amaze, the rubik’s cube is an 80s game made from colored squares. it’s a fascinating object, as it’s both extremely simple and extremely complex. did you know there are over 43 billion possible permutations for a rubik’s cube? french artist invader uses the rubik’s cube like an artist uses paint.

here is the preview of invader’s most recent work.

green rubik phantom , 2007
84x78x5.5 cm
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mario divided, 2005
2 times 44x44x5.5cm
© invader


roiro, 2005
© inavader



oifi2, 2005
© invader



rubik targer, 2006
© invader



rubik ingres, 2006
© invader



rubik mona lisa, 2005
© invader



catalogue available here



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