Derek Weisberg returns to Anno Domini for his second solo exhibition February 4 - March 19 with a brand new body of ambitious and courageous work. Weisberg continues to examine his own life and the world around him, attempting to answer questions, which have plagued humans since the beginning of time.
The work is described as "made with attempts to reconcile the passing of his mother, and address ideas of life and death. This new body of work does this through combining bright colorful cosmic abstractions, which the artist calls “spirits,” with the somber earthly Baroquial figures. The sculptures become personifications of life and death, the soul and body, presences and absence, form and formlessness, existentialism and spiritualism. The work coalesces these ideas and Weisberg creates an interconnectedness and oneness of these seemingly dualistic ideas."