You can love it, you can hate it but that show made an impresson on you. Zoltan Alexander on Eddie Peake. Eddie Peake: Compulsive Obsessional And Occasionally Shit-Scared – By Zoltan Alexander
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An interresting site about the trasitive images. Pictures posted without and title, description or text from the art history, contemporary art, graphic design, photography, and every kind of pictoral representation. Showing how the images are linked together and the way we can orientate between them. http://www.qubik.com/zr/
The best exhibition in London from the year of 2017 is still open. American artist Wade Guyton uses digital technologies – iPhones, cameras, computers and consumer-grade Epson printers – as tools to create both large-scale paintings on linen and smaller compositions on paper. The show is open till 8th of February in the Serpentine. For […]
“A-temporality, or timelessness, manifests itself in painting as an ahistorical free-for-all, where contemporaneity as an indicator of new form is nowhere to be found, and all eras coexist. This profligate mixing of past styles and genres can be identified as a kind of hallmark for our moment in painting, with artists achieving it by reanimating […]
“It’s colloquially been called Modest Abstraction, Neo-Modernism, M.F.A. Abstraction, and Crapstraction. (The gendered variants are Chickstraction and Dickstraction.) Rhonda Lieberman gets to the point with “Art of the One Percent” and “aestheticized loot.” I like Dropcloth Abstraction, and especially the term coined by the artist-critic Walter Robinson: Zombie Formalism.” Jerry Salz on Zombie Formalism.
Walter Robinson’s article about a contemporary art phenomenon in abstract painting called Zombie Formalism.
The actual series that I am working on, and would like to move forward is the Temporary Images. My impression is we live in the era of the imaginary overproduction. Almost every image character has been seen before, every picture is similar to an other one, there is an image under every image. Only the […]