Photographer Freddy Fabris had always wanted to pay homage to the Renaissance masters with his photos in some way, but he wasn’t sure how until he stumbled upon an auto-mechanic shop in the Midwest. This led to a brilliant series of funny portraits with auto mechanics. Via Sad and Useless. Link to Fabris Photography. Thanks B.C. Farbo.
It’s possible to look at Pablo Picasso’s many formal experiments and periodic shifts of style as a kind of self-portraiture, an exercise in shifting consciousness and trying on of new aesthetic identities. The Spanish modernist made a career of sweeping dramatic gestures, announcements to the world that he was going to be a different kind […]
From the Austrian Cultural Forum: Gregor Graf’s exploration of urban architecture involves taking medium format images of mundane urban settings and painstakingly removing all text and symbolic references from the image, producing an anonymous and generic metropolis, yet evoking a sense of familiarity. In 2006 Graf was commissioned by the Visual Arts Platform to produce […]
“Leopard Sky” oil on panel with collage & glitter – 24 x 20 inches Detail “Jungle Hooker” oil on panel – 30 x 40 inches “In This Ungainly Posture, The Animal is Vulnerable To Attack By Predators” oil on panel – 24 x 30 inches “Prey” oil on panel – 24 x 18 inches Detail […]
From the artists website: Was born in 1984 in small town in the north of Moldova. Early interest to art was influenced by his father who was engaged at that time in painting and photography. At the age of 11 years has entered in children’s school of Fine arts. During studies successfully participated in numerous […]