Andrea Fried’s work demonstrates the importance of color in contemporary geometric abstraction. In a non-preconceived order, stripes of fluorescent colors are followed by other colors that play a counterpoint. This turbulence alternates with white stripes that speak of emptiness and plenitude. An oval as the center of the triptych presented here, invites us to meditation. Fried was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1972. She obtained a degree in Business Administration from the University of Buenos Aires in 1996. While working in this field, she attended workshops with artists Juan Doffo and Sergio Bazán. In 2011 she sold her company, and distanced herself from her profession and devoted all her time to painting. She has had numerous individual and group exhibitions; among them, “Dispersed Meditations” at the Consulate of Argentina in New York, “Sincromatica” at the Museo de Arquitectura of the City of Buenos Aires, “Todos por 1-11-14” at Centro Cultural Recoleta, and “Suma + Arte” at Rubbers Gallery. In May of 2019 she will participate in the exhibition “Personal Structures”: “Open Border” at the European Cultural Centre, within the “Venice Biennial”. Her works are in the Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo’s collection in the City of Buenos Aires.