Monthly Archives: June 2009

http://www.galleriacontinua.com/english/opera-dettaglio.html?id_artista=21&lang=e&selectedIndex=12 Serse (Italy,1952, lives in Trieste), ‘Gas’, 2004. It is a pencil drawing; I’d wish one could enlarge it and see the work properly. It looks remarquable. I’ll be away from my computer in the next six weeks, and very … Continue reading

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http://www.galleriacontinua.com/english/opera-dettaglio.html?id_artista=13&id_opera=2529&lang=e Sabrina Mezzaqui, Bologna 1964.’L’isola d’Arturo’ (Arturo’s island), 2003 ( a book by Elsa Morante, Einaudi edition).

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RuudKoeks reviews – StumbleUpon

http://ruudkoek.stumbleupon.com/ Magnificent choice of photographs on these pages, and the (rare) comments or poetic lines are outstanding. Image: Coke, Van Deren, b.1921,US.’Ambrotype of my Great-GrandFather’, 1973, photogravure.

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searchartgalleries.com

http://searchartgalleries.com/search/image_click/276783 Tasha Amini (London, 1970) paints women disappearing into the decor,and who seem to exist only thanks to their fluffy ribbons. A political statement expressed with much delicacy in soft hues. Sometimes harsh black makes irruption though.

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Galerie Poirier

http://didio.aricia.fr/didio/poirier2/pages/21.htm With an imagination full of humour, Jacques Poirier (France) paints little enigmatic scenes with a remarquable mastery of still-life deception. This one is called ‘Le vin de l’assassin’ (the murderer’s wine). Did you believe, like I did, that it … Continue reading

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P·P·O·W | Teun Hocks | Available Work

http://www.ppowgallery.com/available_work.php?artist=11 Untitled, 2008. Between brackets, probably by the gallery:’String Theory’. Would this digitally coloured black and white photograph show a theoretician physicist launching himself into experimentation?! Teun Hocks doesn’t title his humoristic theatrical little scenes (like Magritte, who used to … Continue reading

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Eye-Witness

http://www.patrickhughes.co.uk/gallery/eyewitness07.htm A surprising work, half-painting (oil), half-sculpture, and with a touch of irony: Patrick Hugues (Birmingham 1939),’Eye Witness, 2007′. The artist declares himself influenced not by Magritte’s style, but by his provocative thinking. ‘Eye Witness’ confronts us to reality and … Continue reading

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