Album: Sofie Muller Albaster MentalisInjured heads, holes and cracks, parts missing or unfinished.
They are haunted, drawn by suffering and reveal their beauty only to those who are open to the beauty and aesthetics of the mental scars that life leaves us.From: Rozas
Album: Gideon Kiefer - Is It Safe?Gideon Kiefer's two-dimensional work evokes on the one hand a deceptive feeling of being familiar with everyday realities and revealing a faded truth. This artist is fascinated by the so-called "authoritative" figures, often resembling a predicate of control. That power is relative and immanent must be related to impotence, he emphasizes - leaving out of the world of, among other things, doctors, scientists and businessmen - relentlessly. Gideon Kiefer provides his real-life images of his own stamp to return them to the world. For example, he takes power-associated characters, reflecting in a network of lines reminiscent of compositional and perspective lines, and in that sense, can be metaphor of structure, order and depth, but can also be perceived as a clue as a grid in which The system threatens to get tangled. Kiefer confronts the spectator with the relativity of freedom and the tragedy of impotence.
Source: Kunstenpunt Beeldende Kunst.From: Rozas
Album: Surealistic Black and White Photography by Robert and Shana Parke HarrisonThe photos of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison are shown in 18 solo exhibitions and over 30 group shows worldwide. Their work can also be found in more than 20 collections, including the National Museum of American Art in the Smithsonian Institution and the George Eastman House.
Robert ParkeHarrison: "My pictures tell stories about loss, human struggle and personal exploration in landscapes that are being abolished by technology and overuse. [I] strive to metaphorically and poetically link to laborious actions, idiosyncratic rituals and foreign crude machines In stories about our modern experience. "From: Rozas
Album: End of Days by Cleon PetersonThe world of Peterson is a dark world. A black and white ballet of nightmarish mental and physical violence and conflict.
Cleon Peterson does not provide a way or moral judgment about the state of the world in crisis.From: Rozas
Album: Gordon Matta Clark AnarchitectureGordon Matta Clark saw buildings earlier as a material with which he could sculpt. Old sloppings gave him a last job as a work of art by looking through them ('Splittings') or inserting holes and entering the daylight ('Cuttings'). All those interventions were temporary; Eventually the buildings were demolished. What remains of his oeuvre are the sketches and the documentary pictures. Already, he also exhibited sawn pieces of floor or wall in galleries.From: Rozas
Album: A Road Movie by Lee Ranaldo"One of the many things that always involves me is drawing landscapes. As someone who travels a lot, I appreciate the quick sketch of an interesting vision. The Lost Highway series drawings continue to develop my interest, which in the late years' 70 began, how the landscape is captured when it flows across the window of a moving car - the elementary vehicle of the twentieth century. In 1976, while I was still an art student, I have several highway / landscape sketches from the windscreen made of a van."
Lee RanaldoFrom: Rozas
Album: Woman in Art by Joanna and JoannaTwo Joanna's. Joanna Sierko Filipowska is a Polish artist. Her figurative painting radiates romance, she presented a world of dreams, fairy tales, elves and nymphs, landscapes with a fantastic plant growth. Her images also radiate some eroticism.
Joanna Chrobak is also Polish. Her androgynous subjects are mysterious, like gods from another world. Wordless crowned and surrounded by dream symbols.From: Rozas