Adam Lister’s latest exhibition featured pixelated versions of famous paintings

February 7, 2021


The exhibition is called “Spatial Reduction” and is hosted in Taiwan’s Contemporary by U Gallery.

Adam Lister’s latest solo exhibition is taking place in Taiwan’s Contemporary by U Gallery. The exhibition is entitled “Spatial Reduction” and features popular paintings transformed into his trademark pixelated versions. The exhibition includes a pixelated Mona Lisa, Charlie Brown and more.

The idea with his exhibition is that he wanted to highlight how the human memory works – that when looking back, it becomes complex to remember finer details of past experiences. According to the artist, pixelating the great works was not easy, as he still wanted to maintain their most important hallmarks so that viewers instantly recognise them.