Posts tagged with ‘exhibition’
Landscape Owl now hanging at #emmahackgallery come visit today 11am-5pm as I work on new artworks preparing for #adelaidetownhall exhibition coming this September!
Emma Hack Gallery,
North Adelaide Village,
O’Connell St, North Adelaide,
(Next to UnCafe) (at Emma Hack Gallery)
As previously announced, Art+ Shanghai Gallery has the pleasure to present new works by Ye Hongxing starting September 7, 2014! Titled The Fantasy Factory, the origin of this exhibition lies in the technique used by the Beijing-based artist, who explores the creative process of fantasy through mixed media works of stickers on canvas. At once whimsy and witty, her creations cannot help but tease: What’s real and what’s fantasy? Do you ever know for sure?
Fantasy is ideological flight of fancy, but more fundamentally, it is the re-contextualization of the real in a fantastical mode. The fantastical is where menageries of images, thoughts, and discoveries battle harmoniously in rich compositions, and where the mythical melds with problem-riddled reality.
Part ideal, part statement, and part provocation. Ye Hongxing’s approach mixes bits of her urban surroundings with a healthy dose of imagination and mindful creativity to be relatable to a wide audience. Gas masks, kama sutra, models, tigers, and stilettos mingle in a pop jungle where polluted skies and over-the-top fashions co-exist in a world that is both real and fantastical.
We look forward to seeing you at the gallery to celebrate the new art season with The Fantasy Factory!
Tonight! 5:30 - 10:00pm
#INTERHAVEN #caitlinmccormack #paradigmgallery (at Paradigm Gallery + Studio)
EXTRACTING FROM OBLIVION
"The Pinks" by Scott Scheidly is returning to Hashimoto Contemporary this October!
Opening Soon: “Past/Present,” an exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn opens September 5 at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street. Quinn’s work draws on his personal history, exploring the complex construction of identity and the challenges of his childhood. Quinn combines varied media to create visceral, instinctive works made without restriction or planning.
Images: “Slim” (2014), black charcoal, oil-pastel, oil-paint, paint-stick, gouache on Lenox Paper. “Motorcycle Pig” (2014), black charcoal, oil-pastel, oil-paint, paint-stick, gouache on Lenox Paper.