Gina Beavers
Pop Art Lip Tutorial 2

2018
Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle PhotoRag Ultrasmooth 305g
motif: 45 x 67 cm; paper: 60 x 80 cm
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unframed


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USD 600 (+ VAT if applicable)

Working before with references taken from the original pop movement of the 1950’s, Beavers evolved to paint the 'current pop', starting to search on social media posts for image templates to her extravagant canvases. Beavers' anthropological interest in society translates in paintings that explore the banality of internet: makeup tutorials, the so called food-porn pictures, body builder selfies, etc. In tune with the eccentricity of her artistic process, Gina Beavers maximizes the visual potential of her medium, taking tridimensionality to its higher possible level and bringing painting closer to sculpture. In 2019 Beavers had a solo exhibition at MoMA PS1.

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Kour Pour
Geometric Painting 20

2018
Acrylic on on canvas over panel
76.2 x 63.5 cm
30 x 25 in
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Pour investigates the West-East relationship either by the appropriation and highlighting of iconic symbols derived from oriental civilizations, or by experimenting with traditional Asian techniques. In the past years Pour has worked, for instance, with the Japanese ukiyo-e technique that captured the interest of many Westen artists in the past such as Van Gogh, Degas and Gauguin. Geometric Painting 16 is part of his series Geometric Painting, where he inserts monochromatic portions over oriental scenes that resemble illuminated manuscripts. Thus he combines a historical and cultural specific moment - the figurative Orient - with the ahistorical question of painting’s material - paint and color. Through these monochromatic sections Pour also references abstraction, the culminating point of modernity, where color stands for itself and art is made for art’s sake.

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Otto Ford
Perihelion Series #2

2018
Digital painting
67 x 50 cm
26 1/3 x 19 2/3 in
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EUR 4.500 (+ VAT if applicable)

Preoccupied with the future of the painting medium and process he creates his digital canvases with all a broad range of data sources that catch his attention: from digital reproductions of art history subjects to NASA pictures of the space he bundles the data into a brushstroke with the help of a computer coming to a visual result that resembles - at first glance - a traditional painting. The painting process takes weeks. When the work is completed it is printed with acrylic pigment based ink on Hahnemuhle paper, mounted on aluminum and framed. Ford is a perfectionist and works with the best available materials. This work is signed and dated by the artist on the back.

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