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In her latest series, entitled ‘Sound and Vision’, the German artist dropped traditional media for vinyl records instead, symbolically transforming musical compositions into pictorial compositions.
The works of Calo Carratala, Ramon Enrich and Albano convey three different affinities with space, and very different views to depict the world. Artistics represents these three Spanish painters and we invite you to discover their unique outlooks.
In June 2017, French artist Guillaume Chansarel flew to New York with a slightly crazy project: Go down Broadway Avenue, stop at each street corner and capture the atmosphere of the place with a sketch. All in 7 days. ‘Drawing Avenue’ resulted of this venture.
Three of the gallery's artists derive their pictorial and/or philosophical resources from calligraphy. In this series of 3 articles we have asked each artist about the origin and the nature of this influence. Today: Hongyu Zhang.
Three of the gallery's artists derive their pictorial and/or philosophical resources from calligraphy. In this series of 3 articles we have asked each artist about the origin and the nature of this influence. Today: Lumi Mizutani.
Three of the gallery's artists derive their pictorial and/or philosophical resources from calligraphy. In this series of 3 articles we have asked each artist about the origin and the nature of this influence. Today: Hachiro Kanno.
Catalan artist Ramon Enrich has been composing mysterious landscapes from a “personal alphabet of symbols and basic shapes” and a deep sense of theatricality for more than 20 years. His paintings, often in large format, take one on a journey that is more psychological than physical.
The Kunststation Kleinsassen is putting on an exhibition dedicated to Japanese artist Hachiro Kanno through to the end of August 2015. One weaves through a large selection of paintings and installations which conveys a work inciting a "contemplative immersion into another world."
Artist Frédérique Domergue creates unusual work, in 2 dimensions, which lends both from sculpture by the contours, and from painting by the quest for the different shades provided by the oxidation of metal surfaces.
Artist Lumi Mizutani draws the resources of her artistic expression from the japanese pictorial tradition. Her ink drawings and her paintings with pigments extend this heritage, and, through constant experimentation, carry her towards new horizons.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is currently hosting an exhibition entitled Ink Art. It aims to examine how contemporary Chinese artists have used their artistic tradition to develop their own language. This approach being at the core of Hongyu Zhang’s painting, we used the exhibit as a pretext to ask him a few questions…
For Ferle, painting is a 'moment' which alone justifies the motion of the artist, mobilized physically by the composition of her work. Her canvasses entice us to abandon all known references and leave us submerged by the spirituality that they are so full of.
Educated in engraving at Paris School of Fine Arts, it didn’t take long for Christophe Dupety to turn to painting: first by covering with graffiti the fences of Parisian constructions sites, then by turning to more conventional mediums, in the private space of his workshop. This is where we met him...
If such wording existed, Jonathan Shearer would be called a « walking painter », or a « painting researcher »: he is indeed always on a wandering quest for the « right moment ». Portrait of a surprising artist, in total harmony with his subject.
Hongyu Zhang’s painting takes root in calligraphy and traditional Chinese painting. Each stroke of paint composing his portraits has its own existence and takes part in the expressive power of his striking “human landscapes”.
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