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K.N. Patsios presents “The Lost Parthenon”

Following his solo exhibition “The Twisted Odyssey”, which took place in London, Konstantinos Patsios presents his new series of works titled “The Lost Parthenon”, at Melkart Gallery, in Paris, in April 2016. The exhibition is curated by Leonie Gavrias. In Konstantinos Patsios’ work, childishness goes hand in hand with violence, while sarcasm implies sensitivity. Various heterogeneous symbols converse with each other, adding meaning to materials embedded in rich layers. The artist Read more […]

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Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Via This is Colossal Brooklyn-based painter Iris Scott  eschews brushes and palette knives in favor of using the most traditional art tools of all time: her fingers. Her color-saturated canvases of thick oil paint capture shaking wet dogs, dreamy urban cityscapes, and serene outdoor scenes. “There’s nothing between me and the paint, I feel all the tiny nuances,” says Scott. “I can manipulate thick paint with my fingers in ways brushes never could.” The physicality of using her digits Read more […]

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Annelie Jagenholz’s drawings

Annelie  Jagenholz sent us a selection of her work. “Art is an arduous breathing. Art is pain like sometimes life is pain. All can change in one second as the stream of being flows forward. Not just in looking on the result, art can speak, but in finding the pure translation for this inner landscapes to reach the bridge, where the expression forms structures on a canvas or empty paper. Style, ideas, technics and such things plays a second role in the end. As reading is not already a Read more […]

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See The Evolution Of Picasso Self Portraits

Pablo Picasso spent a lot of time painting, that’s for sure, and art followed him his entire life. However, nothing remains unchanged by the music of creation. And so if you compare, say, Picasso’s earliest self-portrait and the last one, they’ll be extremely different. An evolution or style, or an artist adapting to the situation? You decide! “The different styles I have been using in my art must not be seen as an evolution, or as steps towards an unknown ideal of painting…” Picasso Read more […]

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EUROPA 80s-90s by Evi Tsaknia

EUROPA 80s-90s At a time when the European Vision seems to disintegrate and everything that’s supposed to hold us together crumbles, Evi Tsaknia’s “EUROPA” exhibition, an eloquent title that recalls the finest moments of Lars von Trier, presents fragments of our Continent’s recent history. Born in the 60s in Greece, Tsaknia spent the 80s in Paris, London and Madrid, where she witnessed Mitterand’s emerging socialism, Thatcher’s iron grip and Falklands war, and the Movida movement in post-Franco Read more […]

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