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Neil Hanlon is a British artist born in the county of Kent and currently residing in Lincolnshire. Neil Hanlon graduated from Derby university with a degree in Illustration and the collages in this exhibition provide a strong example of his work. This series seeks to juxtapose the fragility of nature with the mechanised encroachment of mankind. Tranquil animals gaze obliviously from a habitat of chaotic man made forms.
NEIL HANLON will be showing at the WORKS ON PAPER exhibition at The Brick Lane Gallery from 17th to 27th April 2014. Preview: Wednesday 16th April from 6pm to 8:30pm The Brick Lane Gallery, 196 Brick Lane, E1 6SA The WORKS ON PAPER exhibition programme is open to all artists from all over the world. The next exhibition will be from 28th October to 10th November. To take part in any future exhibitions please contact email@example.com
From scenes of refugees gripping a helicopter to schoolchildren walking alongside soldiers, artist Laurie Lee-Georgescu's first solo exhibition Unresolved Conflict shows the gray areas of war, mixing conflicting elements like beauty and violence with complex and simplicity. Currently on display at 440 Gallery until May 4, Lee-Georgescu’s vibrant, colorful woodblock and linocut prints tell more than just the story of war, they capture the realistic feeling of conflictual ambivalence. More…
Mi participación en la Exposición “Molecular Coatlicue” Reinterpretando imágenes de las piezas de Cisco Jiménez.
En exhibición en Galería Retrouve, México D.F. hasta Enero, 2014.
*La primera imagen, Pieza original: “Demonio” 2010 Cisco Jiménez
*El resto de las imágenes: Mi reinterpretación: "Demonio" 2013 Lía Ramírez, Medidas 55 x 75 cm, Papel cortado a mano.
Renowned Chinese artist and political dissident Ai Weiwei has just launched his largest solo exhibition to date, called Evidence, in Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau. The show is expansive, sprawling across 3,000 square meters and 18 rooms. The centerpiece of the exhibit is an installation called Stools, which features a staggering number of 6,000 wooden stools arranged in the atrium.
Evidence will be on display from April 3 to July 7.
SEE // Cartoons on Acid
Inspired by cartoon characters of another era, with raucous figures dancing across fractured, delirious backdrops, the work of Ryan Travis Christian seems almost to have a heartbeat—an irregular, runaway one at that. Behind the bright Disney eyes of his subjects lurk dark secrets, living in a trippy, inside-out world; the otherwise tidy brick houses become monsters and figures are stretched and bent until hardly human.