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8 JULY 2016

DOMINIQUE FORTIN

DOMINIQUE FORTIN Since taking on painting full time in 2003, Dominique Fortin has found her niche in a dream-like representation of the human character. Trained at the Saint-Laurent Cegep as well as at the Sud-Ouest School of Crafts with a focus on jewellery, it is easy to see how the creative nature of her thought […]

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6 MARCH 2016

MARITHA VAN AMEROM COETZEE

MARITHA VAN AMEROM COETZEE “I am a South African born artist with European roots. My earliest memories as young artist transport me back to my German grandmother, a Fine Art Graduate from the University of Graz. Apart from input from numerous well-known artists throughout my career, my Grandmother’s passion for art can still be singled out […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

Black Colored Meira Una

Black Colored By Meira Una Meira Una’s work process could be characterized as absurd and, at times, even hyperbolic. Her colorful and optimistic forms are a delight for the soul! The work process is long, full of contrasts, and full of elements of randomness and destructiveness. Unlike what usually comes to mind when one thinks of […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

ROGELIO MANZO

ROGELIO  MANZO “…our perception of the world and ourselves is grounded on explicit or implicit agreements in society. I’m instigating this conventionalism and exposing the viewer to a visceral discourse concerned with our own bodily integrity and mortality. ” – ROGELIO  MANZO For Rogelio Manzo, the practice of portraiture is more than a way to capture […]

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8 JANUARY 2016

Meghan Howland

Meghan Howland Her paintings are often dreamlike, and yet carry a weight of something that is slightly more dissonant.Meghan Howland is an oil painter currently working from her studio in Portland, Maine. With a pragmatic approach to creating, Howland shares with Hi-Fructose that painting allows her to express herself in ways that words simply cannot. […]

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8 JANUARY 2016

Bo Bartlett

Bo Bartlett Bo Bartlett is an American realist with a modernist vision. His paintings are well within the tradition of American realism. “Bo Bartlett is an American realist with a modernist vision. His paintings are well within the tradition of American realism as defined by artists such as Thomas Eakins and Andrew Wyeth. Like these […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

Pietro Manzo

Pietro Manzo Pietro Manzo’s work focuses on the relationship between a place and the artist’s opportunity to reshape a path through the traces of past events, developing a balance between objective perception and the ideas that we may infer from a given space. His creative process is developed first through the accumulation of information gathered […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

Zhang Biao

Zhang Biao “As an artist, I think you must love life and know life. In this way, an artist can find interesting things from common life. And with his visionary feelings and emotional experiences, he can make a good composition of a painting.” “Only when you love life, you can easily be touched by your […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

MUD COVERED EYES TAL SHOSHAN

MUD COVERED EYES TAL SHOSHAN Tal Shoshan’s solo exhibition Mud Covered Eyes will open on Thursday 1st October 2015 at 8:00 pm in the Chelouche Gallery, Tel Aviv. At the exhibition Shoashan will present an installation comprised of synthetically textured tactile objects, resembling living organic creatures hanging from the ceiling down to the ground. The […]

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7 JANUARY 2016

BORIS LEIFER

BORIS LEIFER Boris Leifer. A painter. Born. 25.06.1946 Graduated from the Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (Leningrad, now Saint Petersburg, Russia) in 1975. Member of Union of Artists of Russia. Member of the Israel Union of Artists. Participated in regional, district, republican, All-Union exhibitions (USSR), as well as in expositions abroad […]

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