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Среда, 31 мая 2017 22:40



Змееподобные монстры, мрачные существа, черепа и прочие создания недоброго вида - персонажи картин еще одного автора психоделической живописи.

Пятница, 19 мая 2017 23:12

Дарк-арт Крис Марс (Chris Mars)

Дарк-арт Криса Марса (Chris Mars)Криса Марса (Chris Mars) запоминается кашмарными пейзажами и гротескными, искаженными фигурами людей,словно возникших из бредовых галлюцинаций больного разума.

Среда, 05 апреля 2017 00:35


Lu Xinjian was born in 1977 in Yixing, Jiangsu province of China. Upon graduating in 2000 from the Computer Graphic Design department of the Nanjing Arts Institute, Lu pursued an Interactive Media Postgraduate degree at the Design Academy Eindhoven. In 2006, he received his M.F.A. from the Interactive Media and Environment department at the Frank Mohr Institute in the Netherlands.

Вторник, 11 августа 2015 23:53

Agnes Cecile

The Italian artist Silvia Pelissero, better known as agnes-cecile, primarily creates emotionally evocative watercolor paintings.  Though completing some art classes while in high school, Pelissero is largely self-taught.  Through her work and experimentation she has developed a particularly whispy yet moody watercolor style.  Her subjects seem to emerge out of subtle stains and promptly fade back into the paper as if viewed through a thick fog.  Pelissero also captures a certain subtlety of emotion.  Strong but restrained feeling appears to lurk just behind many of her portrait’s eyes, a certain understatedness that pairs well with her medium.


Суббота, 08 августа 2015 05:50

Dima Rebus

 Russia is well known as the birthplace of many famous and talented artists. However, few know about the country's illustrators. 

  Dima Rebus is a graduate of the Moscow Institute of Arts and Industry who had already earned enormous popularity both in Russia and abroad by age 25. Dima collaborates with many design studios and major publishers, his clients including the magazines Total Football, Snob, Esquire, GQ, and many others. His work is intertwined with social topics, personal experiences, irony, and everyday life, but their reality and topicality sometimes force you to think.

Rebus says. : "You wouldn't believe, but I know something DIMA REBUS «Humor and irony are as necessary as air; otherwise, an abundance of extreme seriousness can simply suffocate you. Put simply, I just try to add a little absurdity to my actions."


Пятница, 07 августа 2015 23:12

Grandmother of performance - Marina Abramovic

Marina Abramović was born in 1946 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Since the beginning of her career in the early 1970s when she attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Abramović has pioneered the use of performance as a visual art form. The body has been both her subject and medium. Exploring the physical and mental limits of her being, she has withstood pain, exhaustion and danger in the quest for emotional and spiritual transformation. As a vital member of the generation of pioneering performance artists that includes Bruce Nauman, Vito Acconci and Chris Burden, Abramović created some of the most historic early performance pieces and continues to make important durational works. Abramović has presented her work with performances, sound, photography, video and sculpture in solo exhibitions at major institutions in the U.S. and Europe. Her work has also been included in many large-scale international exhibitions including the Venice Biennale (1976 and 1997) and Documenta VI, VII and IX, Kassel, Germany (1977, 1982 and 1992). In 1998, the exhibition Artist Body - Public Body toured extensively, including stops at Kunstmuseum and Grosse Halle, Bern, Switzerland and La Gallera, Valencia, Spain. In 2004, Abramović also exhibited at the Whitney Biennial in New York and had a significant solo show, The Star, at the Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan and the Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan. Abramović has taught and lectured extensively in Europe and America. In 1994, she became Professor for Performance Art at the Hochschule für Bildende Künst in Braunschweig, where she taught for seven years. In 2004, she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Art Institute in Chicago, The University of Plymouth and Willams College. She was awarded the Golden Lion for Best Artist at the 1997 Venice Biennale for her extraordinary video installation/performance piece Balkan Baroque and, in 2003, received the New Media Bessie award for The House with the Ocean View‚ a 12-day performance at Sean Kelly Gallery. In 2005, Abramović presented Balkan Erotic Epic at the Pirelli Foundation in Milan, Italy and at Sean Kelly in New York. That same year, she held a series of performances entitled Seven Easy Pieces at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. She was honored for Seven Easy Pieces by the Guggenheim at their International Gala in 2006 and by the AICA-USA, which awarded her the Best Exhibition of Time Based Art designation in 2007. She was the subject of a major retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Artist is Present, in 2010; the following year, the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow, Russia also presented a major retrospective of Abramović's oeuvre. Abramović's work is included in numerous major public and private collections worldwide. In 2011, Abramović participated in visionary director Robert Wilson's, The Life and Death of Marina Abramović, the critically acclaimed re-imagination of Abramović's biography, which continues to tour internationally. The feature length documentary, Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present, premiered in January 2012 at the Sundance Film Festival and has since received widespread critical acclaim. Abramović is currently developing the Marina Abramović Institute (MAI) in Hudson, New York, an interdisciplinary performance and education center dedicated to the presentation and preservation of long durational work and the fostering of collaborations between art, science, technology and spirituality. For more information about MAI, please visit the MAI website. Marina Abramović lives and works in New York.
Вторник, 04 августа 2015 05:44

15 greatest modern artists

Hey guys!I was interested in observing and opening new artists for myself!Hope you will enjoy it too! 15 Damien Hirst One of the famous artists in the field of contemporary art is Damien Hirst. He is a known entrepreneur, art collector and artist. He is considered to be the most prominent member of the Young British Artists, a known group of visual artists in United Kingdom. Damien Hirst is also considered to be the richest living artist in United Kingdom and has an estimated wealth of £215 million in 2010. Damien Hirst was born in Bristol and grew up to be a troubled child and have been involved in shoplifting, which led him to be arrested twice. Although a troubled child, he has shown interests in drawing and arts in a young age. Damien Hirst’s mother supported his desire and interests ine arts. 14 Robert Combas The artist Robert Combas Born May 25 1957, Sète (Lyon), France. Lives and works in Paris, . Style and technique of the artist: Figuration-Libre-Graffiti, Painting, 13Takashi Murakami Born in Tokyo in 1962, Murakami is one of the most influential and acclaimed artists to have emerged from Asia in the late twentieth century, creating a wide-ranging body of work that consciously bridges fine art, design, animation, fashion, and popular culture. He received a Ph.D. from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, where he was trained in the school of traditional Japanese painting known as Nihonga, a nineteenth-century mixture of Western and Eastern styles… 12 Gerhard Richter The artist Gerhard Richter Born Febr 9 1932, Dresden, Germany. Lives and works in Cologne, . “Impressions: Clean and clear works, empty faces, melancholy of fading memories and passing emotions, holiday snaps, newspaper cuttings, weight of meanings, contemplation, history, ideology, war, beauty in terror, conceptualism, irony, scepticism, nostalgia, self-reproduction, postmodern, photorealism and abstraction, near monochrome, gray, after abstract-expressionism, uniform, strategy…” © the-artists.org 11 Francis Bacon For nearly 50 years, until his death in 1992 at 82, Bacon worked the fault lines dividing abstraction and representation and sometimes photography, where many contemporary painters from subsequent generations have staked claims of one kind or another… 10 Christian Boltanski One of Boltanski’s favorite themes is his own life story, both actual and reinvented, which he evokes through startling collections of photographs and objects. In other pieces, he assembles seemingly mundane elements to address some of the most fundamental and disturbing contradictions of twentieth-century life. 9 Yan Pei-Ming His giant portraits of Mao, Bruce Lee, the Pope, his own father and even children from the slums of South Africa, are created using big brush strokes and a unique style that renders the works both messy and, from a distance, evocative and emotional portraits of his subjects... 8 Lucian Freud “My work is purely autobiographical,...It is about myself and my surroundings. I work from people that interest me and that I care about, in rooms that I know… When I look at a body it gives me choice of what to put in a painting, what will suit me and what won’t. There is a distinction between fact and truth. Truth has an element of revelation about it. If something is true, it does more than strike one as merely being so.” 7 Miquel Barcelo Miquel Barcelo extends the primitivism of Art Brut into a dialogue with prehistoric art. This beautifully printed catalogue documents an exhibition of sculptures and works on paper held at three venues in Avignon—the Palais de Papes, the Musée du Petit Palais and the Collection Lambert—in which Barceló responded to the Quattrocento and Gothic works held in their collections. 6 Fabrice Hybert French artist Fabrice Hybert (b.1961) specializes in tapping into what he has called ‘the enormous reservoir of the possible’. His aim is to examine the way we communicate, and to mimic the endless linkages between ideas. Hybert’s art ranges from drawings, paintings and objects to installations, performances, traveling public artworks and videos… 5 Jeff Koons The major contemporary artist-provocateur Jeff Koons is one of the most well-known and intriguing artists of the 20th century. His works, with their seductive surfaces and flawless execution, transform everyday objects and fantasies into high art… 4 Yoshitomo Nara The artwork of Yoshitomo Nara is deceptively simple. Peopled with entities that call to mind toddlers or infant animals with their balloon heads, persimmon pit-eyes, and pinprick noses, each work is a peek into a world that seems eerily familiar… 3 Martin Kippenberger “People come along [in twenty years or so] and can say what the work and the artist were really all about. What people will say about me then—or maybe not say—will be the only thing that finally counts. Whether or not I contributed to spreading a good mood. What I’m working on is for people to be able to say that Kippenberger had this really good mood”. 2 Chuck Close His portrait subjects were often other painters such as Francesco Clemente and Lucas Samaras, and his work was shown in the prestigious Pace Gallery in New York City. Then catastrophe struck: Close suffered a collapsed spinal artery, which ultimately left him paralyzed and permanently wheelchair-bound. For weeks, many in the art world thought he might be dead. Certainly, the obituary of his painting career was quickly written. But a scant two years later, the indomitable Close reemerged, his canvasses as large as ever, the heretofore objective distance between him and his subjects foreshortened to make room for a new depth of emotion in the work. 1 Banksy Banksy is the pseudonym of an English graffiti artist, painter, film director, and political activist. Because he was primarily known for his graffiti, his works can mostly be viewed on the streets, bridges, and walls of London, and the rest of the world. Banksy is a freehand artist who grew into prominence in 1990. In 1994, he ended up working in the underground scene. He started selling his artworks commercially when he met Steve Lazarides, a photographer, nominated himself as his agent.