ART Archives - Page 10 of 19 - 4me4you

ARTIST: CELINE ALI

4Me4You Features – “MOMENTS OF BEING”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits JD Malat Gallery, which featured Celine Ali – “MOMENTS OF BEING”. MY PROCESS Celine’s oeuvre explores a wide range of concepts including human connectivity, emotional intimacy and unconventional ideas of woman’s existence. Interested in the notion of ambiguous identities, Celine’s work depicts faceless figures encouraging viewers to shape their own

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ARTIST: Tizta Berhanu

4Me4You Features – “Synthesis of Souls”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Addis Fine Art Gallery, which featured Tizta Berhanu – “Synthesis of Souls”. MY PROCESS Trained as a figurative painter, Tizta uses the medium to introspectively delve into human emotions. The figures in her work often express an array of sentiments, some comfort and embrace one another, whilst others are found

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ARTIST: James Joyce

ARTIST: James Joyce ABOUT ME 4Me4You Features – “HEADS WILL ROLL”. MY PROCESS 4me4you visits Stolen Space Gallery, which featured the artist James Joyce  –   “HEADS WILL ROLL”. The ‘HEADS WILL ROLL’ is a celebration of James Joyce’s classic motif of his fallen ‘clown face’. Each circular ‘head’ has been metaphorically rolled, remixed, and thrown about, allowing the elements

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ARTIST: Nick Smith

4Me4You Features – “POLYTHEISM”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Rhodes Contemporary Art Gallery, which featured the artist Nick Smith – “POLYTHEISM”. MY PROCESS Nick Smith creates pixelated works with hand-placed colour-chips, cleverly combining text and image to create intriguing and provocative collaged works. “Our choice of footwear often reflects our life’s journey. Shoes not only offer comfort and protection but also

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ARTIST: Ricardo Cavolo

4Me4You Features – “HYPERTEEN”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Stolen Space Gallery, which featured the artist Ricardo Cavolo – “HYPERTEEN”. MY PROCESS Ricardo Cavolo’s eclectic style is based on relationships with folk art, traditional and modern tattoo culture, European religious imagery, tribal arts, and comics and cartoons. Ricardo focuses on portraiture, to visual describe various stories, characters and their experiences across

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Gillian Jason Gallery

4Me4You Features – “Beyond Figuration: Then and Now”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Gillian Jason Gallery which featured – “Beyond Figuration: Then and Now”. MY PROCESS ‘Beyond Figuration: Then and Now’ will seek to generate new perspectives on this much debated artistic form, putting established 20th Century abstract artists in conversation with contemporary emerging creatives who work in non-figuration. Abstraction continues

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ARTIST: Fin DAC

4Me4You Features – “Urban Aesthetics”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits West Contemporary Editions, which featured the artist Fin DAC – “Urban Aesthetics”. MY PROCESS Fin DAC, born Finbarr Notte and also referred to as Finbarr DAC is a self-taught, non-conformist urban artist who has defined and perfected an atypical spray paint style he has dubbed ‘Urban Aesthetics’. Fascinated by Asian beauty,

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ARTIST: Karms Thammatat

4Me4You Features – “Utopia Now”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Unit London Gallery which featured the artist Karms Thammatat – “Utopia Now”. MY PROCESS Inspired by Sir Thomas More’s 1516 account of a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs, Karms interprets this narrative through oil painting. The artist examines how our global society is micromanaged; thought, values,

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ARTIST: CRANIO

4Me4You Features – “¥€$”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits STOLEN Space Gallery which featured the artist CRANIO – “¥€$”. MY PROCESS Cranio is a self taught artist, who learned his craft from the streets of Sao Paolo. Cranio’s work is a mix of street art and fine art, where he depicts his own life, everything he sees, hears, or lives through.

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ARTIST: JON BURGERMAN

4Me4You Features – “Sim City”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits OMNI Gallery which featured the artist JON BURGERMAN – “Sim City”. MY PROCESS The title Sim City is a reference to the seminal 1990’s city building simulator game of the same name by Will Wright. Burgerman considers parallels between game playing and world building with art making and also to the

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