miércoles, 31 de agosto de 2016

Valérie Belin

Super Models 2015 -- Aura


Darja Bajagić

Manuela Ruda & Sophie Lancaster, 2016 
UV-printed aluminum-brushed Dibond with shaped MDF frame / acrylic paint, canvas 
diptych approx. 57.25 x 46.47 x 1.5 in. + 57.25 x 42.25 x 1.5 in. / 10 x 10 ft

The body count in Unlimited Hate assembles an unlikely cast of women memorialized as cutout busts that evoke fanzine clippings as much as the flattened passion of Byzantine icons. These include “Manuela and Sophie,” 2016, a diptych using found photographs of Manuela Ruda and Sophie Lancaster. Ruda is a self-proclaimed Satanic murderess who together with her husband stabbed his mild-mannered workmate who loved The Beatles 66 times at the Dark Lord’s bidding in Witten, Germany (the couple would later say that they’d chosen him as their sacrificial victim because he was “so funny and would be the perfect court jester for Satan”). By contrast, Lancaster was a 20-year old Lancashire, England native who was fatally beaten in 2007 by five teenage boys, inexplicably enraged by her and her boyfriend’s ‘goth’ appearance. 


Kai Althoff -- drawings

Jo Smail

Puffball and Torn Tufts  2014  Oil, Acrylic,Found Fabric, Pencil, Collage on Canvas, 50’x 40” & #56, 2014  Archival Digital, Print  24”x18.5”


Heinz Mack -- The central theme is light. Sculptures and pictures are the media of his multifaceted oeuvre.

Sculptor of Stone, Water and Glass, 2007, Santander Consumer Bank AG, Mönchengladbach, photo: Heinz Mack


Allan Forsyth -- Photographic Artist

 Fade into Light 003, 118x94cm, Photogram, C-Type Print, Diasec, Graphite Ash Frame


Christoffer Joergensen -- The medium of photography forms the starting point of his two long term projects: Public Spheres and Plectage.




Detail of Sphere of Portugal, 2016

Iman Issa

Window Series, Series of four c-prints, Each 40x30 cm, 2007


Regina Silveira

Amphibia, 2016, Vinil adesivo e grade metálica


Harmony Hammond

Red Bed, 2011, Oil and mixed media on canvas,


Djordje Ozbolt

Shirley Kaneda

2014 Sanguine Apathy, Acrylic and oil on linen, 72" x 64"


Stefan Hoenerloh

Abstraktes Bild 866, 2009, Oil, Acrylic on wood, 81x159 cm. 


Wilhelm Sasnal

Dor Guez

martes, 30 de agosto de 2016

Mona Ardeleanu

Flexit I, oil/canvas, 140x120 cm, 2014


Michael Craig-Martin

High Heel (pink), Powder-coated steel, 340x255x2 cm.


Peter Frie

Oil on canvas, in artists frame 150x110 cm

Hamid el Kanbouhi

Balcón al Atlántico 2014

Diego Mendoza Imbachi -- La poética de los reflejos

grafito y aglutinante sobre tela, 300x600cm., 2014


Tarik Kiswanson

Janaina Tschäpe

Reflection, 2016, Mixed media on canvas, 40x50"/101x127 cm


A K Dolven

this is a political painting, 2013, 125 x 250 cm (detail)


lunes, 29 de agosto de 2016

Alonsa Guevara, lover of light, nature and colors

Fernanda, Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, 2016.


Antonia Bañados -- Visual Artist

Acuarela y óleo sobre papel. 2014.

Boris Nzebo, explores urban hairstyles in relation to society

Work by Boris Nzebo. Photo: Josie Russell/Flickr

Federico Herrero

Polly Apfelbaum

Beyond the Veil, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY, 2016


Ena Swansea

water in Venice, 54 x 80 in | 137 x 203 cm


Orit Hofshi -- My work process is characterized by the consistent preoccupation with the dimension of time

Reckon 2016, Woodcut, Rubbing, Oil sticks, Pencil color and ink on hand made Kozo & Abaca paper paper 40 x 60.6 in


Ella Kruglyanskaya -- His work is punchy and powerful

Josefina Madariaga -- a young promise?

Annya Sand

The essence of colour


Sijae Byun

Circulation-Respiration/Korean Cultural Center/10-2013


Mikhael Subotzky

Installation, All The World's Futures, Venice Biennale, 2015


Ephrem Solomon

Untitled, 2015. Mixed media on wood, 85 x 85 cm.

Alejandro Ospina

The Forest of Bowland   200x300 cm  2015   


Emma Vidal

Gyula Sagi

Op. 101. ink on paper, 150x63cm, 2016


Conrad Willems

'Without title' No.68, Collaboration between artist and father. Brush, pen, watercolour and ink on paper, 75cm x 150cm, (2015)


Richard Prince

Untitled (Cowboy), 1989, Ektacolor photograph, 50 x 75 inches,127 x 190.5 cm


Alida Cervantes

Armand Boua

Jean-Francois Boclé

Jean-François Boclé, Toxic Paradise, edition of 20 + 2AP, 2015, series of paintings (each edition is made of a minimum of 4 paintings), vinylic painting and graphite on paper Arches 356g, variable overall dimensions, here 212 x 103 x 3,5 cm (42 x 34 x 3,5 cm each framed), view of the studio, private collection. © Jean-François  Boclé / Adagp.


Dawit Abebe

domingo, 28 de agosto de 2016