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SHOWING POSTS IN April 2014

29 Apr 2014

The Bride by Hara Katsiki

Eternal love and broken vows are the themes of the Bride Ballad, a poem by E.A. Poe published in 1937. This recent work by Hara Katsiki is a visual tribute to this poem.  Jamming with Federico De Madrazo’s Portrait de Maria Dolorès de Aldama, Hara added digital elements that clash with the classic portrait style, giving new life to a 1855 painting.
23 Apr 2014

COSMIC ALIGNMENT BY MAURICIO ALEJO

In a continuation of his fine art photographic exploration of physical forces, Mauricio Alejo’s “Cosmic Alignment” involves the suspension and progression of balls of different sizes, drawing parallels between inner and outer spaces. Mauricio’s intent was to relate these ordinary, unheroic sports objects located in a private, domestic setting to those unfathomably large planets revolving around our vast universe. Read more...
15 Apr 2014

A FLASH OF RED WIND BY JEAN-LOUIS WOLFF

While floating in a tiny catamaran on a wide and shallow lake in Shanghai, Jean-Louis Wolff was rocked by the wind, and inspired by the capricious changes the elements had on the little watercraft. The resulting series features the fleeting shape of fabric around the human form resembling the raw rock of unfinished sculptures, or perhaps a bloodstain pressed between microscope slides. Read more...
14 Apr 2014

Chez Albert by Frieke Janssens

Frieke Janssens has a distinct painterly aesthetic to her work, melding the old and new into her signature style. For this work, she references an iconic self-portrait of Jan van Eyck, a celebrated Flemish painter. Frieke’s concepts, always very thought-through, detailed, and steeped in art history, are sought out by cultural clients as well as commerical clients looking for an edge.