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7 JANUARY 2016

The Best of KEVIN BEST

 The Best of KEVIN BEST For an artist reinterpreting the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, in a new medium, Kevin Best could not have been born in a more appropriately named country. New Zealand was named in 1645 after the Dutch province of Zeeland. Kevin takes us back to that golden era, […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

JOSEPH PICCILLO

JOSEPH PICCILLO Joseph Piccillo, a resident of Bucks County and Key West has had numerous exhibitions in America and Italy since the early eighties. He is currently represented by Susan Eley Fine Arts, New York and Acosta Strong Fine Art Sante Fe, NM. “In my work and life, I’m seeking my true self. Using subjects […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Tifenn Python

Tifenn Python Born in France, Python moved to the South Pacific island of Tahiti at a young age. Water and fish appear in many of her paintings, imagery that must be drawn from that formative period of her life. A six months artist’s residency in Shanghai in 2007 added a subtle new dimension to her […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

DANIEL SPRICK

DANIEL SPRICK Daniel Sprick was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. He studied at the Froman School of Art and The National Academy of Design and received his B.F.A. from University of Northern Colorado in 1978. His love of drawing and the development of his oil painting techniques began at the age of 4, with influences […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Leonid Balaklav

Leonid Balaklav An Obsessive Portraitist Leonid Balaklav (b. in Bieltzi, Moldavia, USSR, 1956 ) explores and paints himself and others time and again, somewhat obsessively. He finds something different in the same “model”—the light, the background, or a sitter who has meanwhile aged. The exhibition is comprised of self-portraits, portraits of the artist’s family, and […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Hendrik Kerstens

Hendrik Kerstens   BIOGRAPHY Since 1995, Dutch photographer Hendrik Kerstens has been photographing his daughter, Paula. His photographs have been collected by museums around the world and have inspired taste-makers as diverse as Elton John and Alexander McQueen. (McQueen, in fact based his Fall 2009 collection on Kerstens’ image of Paula with a plastic bag […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Existential Space | Dim Yuz

Existential Space | Dim Yuz In “Existential Space”, Dim Yuz’s new painting exhibition, The peeling walls, catalogue numbers and old objects, which have become a trademark of his work, Are magnified, shifted to the centre stage to recount the artist’s childhood memories And his strong desire to preserve recollections from a lost period, through documentation […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

URI KATZENSTEIN. BACKYARD

URI KATZENSTEIN. BACKYARD The works of Uri Katzenstein—sculptor, performance artist, musician, builder of musical and sound instruments and film maker—express a metaphorical, imaginary world that echoes danger and menace, whose central axis is the human body and hybrid-looking objects. The exhibition focuses on sculpture, video art, robots and films in an atmosphere that links states […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Louis Treserras

Louis  Treserras French painter, sculptor and photographer Louis Treserras claims to be a self taught painter. For 30 years he has been painting young and mysterious nude female models. His rigorous approach to artistic composition would almost compare to a science, like mathematics. His style remains however poetic an intimist, with a very distinct and […]

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5 JANUARY 2016

Just Above the Waterline. Bertrand Flachot

Just Above the Waterline Artworks by Bertrand Flachot Works combining photography and drawing in which lines are drawn along the edges of images of Paris to represent the confluence of past and present, or as the title suggests, the meanders of memory that has flown out of the banks of the Seine. In nautical terminology, […]

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