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“This experimental approach means paring down to the simplest ingredients—light and paper—and making images that refer to location only trough elemental form and color” she says.
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Michael Bauer, Germany Hidden figuration in his abstract paintings create beautiful and mature compositions.
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Ben Snowden, Britain “My work explores the relationships and ideas between subject and emotion, combining visceral energy with experience through painting. Inspired by the human form, poetry and the natural world, I use the language of abstraction to create work that emphasises on mood and expression to determine the overall feeling of the paintings. I predominantly work with enamel and household paints on materials such as paper, board, card, cloth and wood that I find in everyday life. My main focus is to create work that evokes the senses and ultimately communicates a positive and constructive view of the world”.
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Derek Paul Jack Boyle, USA He is a visual artist whose work frequently involves the anthropomorphism of everyday objects and absurdist interventions.
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Ron Gorchov, USA Bridging sculpture and abstract painting, Ron Gorchov has developed a singular artistic vocabulary over his decades of practice. Gorchov’s oil-on-linen paintings pair one or two biomorphic colored shapes against differently colored backgrounds. The artist hangs the work on a shaped canvas stretcher that is at once concave and convex, a shape critics have compared to shields or saddles.
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Jean Dubuffet, France Jean Dubuffet’s work is marked by a rebellious attitude toward prevailing notions of high culture, beauty, and good taste. He began making art in earnest at age 41, after a stint in the army and a successful career as a wine merchant. The next four decades were tremendously prolific: he wrote poetry and theoretical texts, played jazz, experimented widely with art-making materials and techniques, and worked in many mediums, including painting, drawing, printmaking, large-scale outdoor sculpture, and what he called “animated painting”—works bridging painting, sculpture, dance, and theater, and featuring live performers.
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Dubuffet is also known for manifesting art-brut. Marginalised, brutal art
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Первое биеннале кавказского искусство проходит на Артплее до 31 числа!
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Jake Berthot, USA Remaining outside of any particular art movement, Jake Berthot produces paintings and drawings that are personal meditations on the experience of seeing, thinking, and feeling. not concerned with heroism or universalism. He approaches art as a form of contemplation. Through abstract and figurative works he attempts to give form to intangible experiences. As he states: “I am not interested in the new but in trying to make paintings that refuse to grow old”.
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Kevin McNamee-Tweed, USA McNamee-Tweed’s pictures carry a sense of intimacy as well as universality. Minced with colloquial and art-historical imagery. He creates pieces on clay tablets via glaze made out of shredded glass.
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Sigrid Tanghe
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one of my favourites Alexander Calder, USA He is best known for his innovative mobiles (kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents) that embrace chance in their aesthetic and his monumental public sculptures.
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Jaques Bagios Conceptual visual artist and painter, living in Berlin.
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Illustrations by Czech surrealistic photographer Jindrich Styrsky for czech avant-garde poet
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Jindřich Štyrský was an artist as well
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He’s also done a lot of surrealistic erotic collages, they are easily googled
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Jean-Michel Basquiat Basquiat’s paintings are largely responsible for elevating graffiti artists into the realm of the New York gallery scene., his spray-painted crowns and scribbled words, referenced everything from his Haitian and Puerto Rican heritage, to political issues, pop-culture icons, and Biblical verse.
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Jean-Michel Basquiat
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“I have been carrying out a dialogue between the landscape and the female body (based on my own silhouette). I believe this has been a direct result of my having been torn from my homeland (Cuba) during my adolescence. I am overwhelmed by the feeling of having been cast from the womb (nature). My art is the way I re-establish the bonds that unite me to the universe. It is a return to the maternal source.” - Ana Mendieta
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Kent Iwemyr, Sweden The Swedish painter Kent Iwemyr primarily works in small and medium-sized formats, depicting daily life around him. In numerous scenes of everyday life, he draws on an unusual aesthetic coupled with a fine sense of irony and allusive titles. With his figurative painting, Iwemyr consciously positions himself beyond an academic professionalism as dictated by art history in the representation of people and landscapes
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Kent Iwemyr feel like his work is quite autumn-like for now, at least
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Vladimir Yankilevsky, USSR On the most basic level, these works use disorienting, often nightmarish imagery to paint a picture of restrictive mental states associated with daily life in the Soviet Union, and with the human condition in general.
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Art machine by Rosemarie Trockels Rosemarie Trockels work “Painting Machine” has an open iron framework with 56 brushes and includes 7 drawings which were produced by the machine. The brushes are off-the shelf items and were made to order. Each brush is a lock of artist’s hair. Hence the difference among the various brush heads – soft, curly, blonde, bristly, thick, thinn – and hence the differences among the marks they make. Eight strokes per panel, therefore – eight tracks of India ink that skitter across Japan paper that was then laid down on a canvas support.
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William Scott, Britain He is known for still-life and abstract painting. He is the most internationally celebrated of 20th-century Ulster painters. Those are his still live pieces, being done in kind of naive art style but yet harmonious and innovative.
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David Hockney, Britain painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer, and photographer. As an important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.
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Ella Bergmann-Miche, Germany An early student of constructivist art in Germany, her contributions to modern abstract art are often forgotten in American art culture. Bergmann-Michel’s style was very specialized and unique, especially considering the restrictive time in which she was actively working. Most of her work is not titled or signed, making it hard to identify and find in today's art market.
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Isamu Noguchi, American&Japanese He was one of the twentieth century’s most important and critically acclaimed sculptors. Through a lifetime of artistic experimentation, he created sculptures, gardens, furniture and lighting designs, ceramics, architecture, and set designs. His work, at once subtle and bold, traditional and modern, set a new standard for the reintegration of the arts.
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Elena Figurina, Latvia An Underground artist and sculptor, living and working in Saint Petersburg.
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In a boat
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A girl with a bird
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Vladimir Aldoshin, Russia Born in Soviet Union, Vladimir was a member of Artists Union. Now is a wonderful colourist, depicting ordinary things with great technique and boldness.
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Tatiana Badanina. Sky Rekviem
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Jürgen Partenheimer, Germany One of the most famous contemporary artists from Germany. Exploring work on canvas as well as sculpture.
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Aurélie Mathigot, France The artist primarily works with textile, creating tactile, fragile and tender though mysterious pieces. She often unites opposite materials, which works expressively.
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She creates hard-material sculptures as well
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Jenny Wildfang, Germany An artist with recognisable style her delicate and subtle works depict mostly ordinary things from unexpected angles.
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Gerhard Richter, Germany German visual artist. Richter has produced abstract as well as photorealistic paintings, and also photographs and glass pieces. He is widely regarded as one of the most important contemporary German artists and several of his works have set record prices at auction.
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His works combine absolute opposites: photorealism & abstraction
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Symphony of light by Richter
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Luc Tuymans, Belgium He is considered one of the most influential painters working today. His signature figurative paintings transform mediated film, television, and print sources into examinations of history and memory.
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Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, Hungary Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus school. He was highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advocate of the integration of technology and industry into the arts.
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Moholy Nagy Light Space Modulator 1922
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Francis Bacon, England Best known for his depictions of popes, crucifixions and portraits of close friends, his abstracted figures are typically isolated in geometrical cages which give them vague 3D depth, set against flat, nondescript backgrounds.
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Bacon said that he saw images "in series", and his work, which numbers c. 590 extant paintings along with many others he destroyed, typically focuses on a single subject for sustained periods, often in triptych or diptych formats.
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Jonas Wood, USA Jonas Wood merges references to art history, his memories, and visions of the people, objects, and settings that compose the fabric of his life. Working in acrylic and oil on supports including cardboard and canvas, he presents portraits of his friends and family, interior scenes, and still lifes. Through his partially abstract rendering of these subjects and use of bright colors, he emphasizes patterns and forms while flattening out the space in his compositions.
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John Mckie is a now active artist who claims to draw at least one piece each day. He has quite recognisable artistic style with near-tribal motives.
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Such pockmarked drawings along with unusual canvases may lead to classifying McKie as an art-brut or outsider artist.
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Gordon Onslow-Ford, England Gordon Onslow Ford is noted for having been the youngest member of the pre-World War II, Paris-based surrealist group and for his lifelong pursuit of an independent path of discovery through his art.
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Gordon Onslow Ford in his studio
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Amy Sillman Gouache, USA Contemporary conceptual artist.
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Jonathan Callan: The Development of Language
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Jonathan Callan: " Here are a few thoughts on the nature of what I do. It’s made from scraps of things written down over the years. I should say that this is not an attempt to provide a definitive set of reasons for the work I make. I thought differently a few years ago and no doubt I’ll feel differently a few years hence. Art and the thoughts that surround it are dynamic and contradictory. With art two and two might easily make five. I don't have a theory. An artist might be the least reliable authority on the meaning of their own work. Giving a reason for something having been made is not equivalent to giving the meaning of the work..."
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Oblects as well:
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Keith Haring, USA An artist whose pop art and graffiti-like work grew out of the New York City street culture of the 1980s&
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Martin Kippenberger, Germany An artist and sculptor known for his extremely prolific output in a wide range of styles and media, superfiction as well as his provocative, jocular and hard-drinking public persona. Kippenberger’s prolific paintings, sculptures, and installations commented on the modern world and the artist’s role in it.
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Martin Kippenberger "Keep Your Underwear On, I Haven't Got The Time To Realise Everything" 1985
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Kippenberger's sculpture
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Yana Dimitrova, Bulgaria "Through my work I question what constitutes notions of empowerment, and how painting as a medium can become a part of such process. This process is frequently formed through a deliberate engagement with people, both during the making and later through the work’s contextual activation. I devise a series of meticulous engagements with community members and various audiences close to me, while developing paintings simultaneously or in response. I hope to support a sense of community and agency, while building alliances across experiences, making links between stories; stories of love, sacrifice and oppression – all frequently associated with the migrant experience."
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Oil on wood and sound
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Eric N. Mack, Columbia Mack refers to himself as a painter, yet his works rarely observe the medium’s traditional canvas-to-stretcher format. Rather, his tactile assemblages extend and transform the notion of painting.
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Eric N. Mack no arms, no heart, All lungs, 2017
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Untrue faces
Unnerving Exaggerated Faces of Hyungkoo Lee’s The Objectuals
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Ivan Kožarić, Sphere, 1972/2002
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Eric N. Mack Textile composition
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Willi Baumeiste, Germany Due to the vast range of his work, Willi Baumeister is considered one of the most renowned artists in the field of modern art
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Willi Baumeiste "colored ideogram" 1939
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Desmond Morris "Good Morning Miss Smith" 1969
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Desmond Morris, Britain Morris was a zoologist, ethologist and surrealist painter, as well as a popular author in human sociobiology. He is known for his 1967 book The Naked Ape, and for his television programmes such as Zoo Time.
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"GREEN ROOM" 2001
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"Early period"" as Desmond Morris has been painting for over fifty years. He held his first exhibition in 1948 and his most recent in 2001.
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