At first glance, Vian Sora’s works look like cosmic implosions. Flat, organic forms act as viewfinders for boisterous textures that resemble bubbling, oozing acid; wet, dense cement; and hazy cosmic dust.  But Subduction, the artist’s first solo exhibition at Luis De Jesus

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles is very pleased to announce VIAN SORA: Subduction, the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition will be on view from June 4 through July 16, 2022. An opening reception will be held on Saturday,

Louisville painter Vian Sora’s process is all about adding and subtracting.  She first applies spray paint, acrylic or pigments to her canvas and, then, uses materials including Velcro and glass to strip color away. https://wfpl.org/destruction-rebirth-louisville-painter-vian-sora-finds-inspiration-in-berlin/

The abject has often been used throughout art history to describe the horrors of bodily waste: excrement, mucus, menstrual blood, the wound. As a term, it means to cast out or down, and as a theory, it can be simplified

Artist Vian Sora Finds a Home in Abstraction This is part of why Vian Sora believes miracles happen: It was 2003, just after the fall of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and Sora, a promising young artist who’d had successful shows in Baghdad,