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198: First exhibition of his works in Brittany (landscape paintings).
1985 : Begins to study Philosophy and Aesthetics in the Sorbonne Paris IV University.
1986 : First personnal exhibition in Brittany.
1989 : Obtains his Masters degree of Aesthetics at the Sorbonne, presenting « The ancient masters’ pictorial matter », under the direction of Michel Guiomar.
1990 : Starts working at the French Institute for the Restoration of Artworks (IFROA), where he deepens his knowledge on the ancient masters’ techniques.
1990-1992 : First exhibitions as a « special guest » in various art fairs. First prize in Taverny , Barbizon, Pontoise, Plouescat, Quincy-sous-Sénart, Tournan-en-Brie (the city of Tournan officially purchases a still life painting).
1992 : As from this date, he fully dedicates himself to painting.
1992 : Exhibition at the Autumn Fair of Paris (at the Grand Palais).
1994 : Exhibition at Michelle Boulet Gallery, Paris VIII.
This Tulip Loves You, Oil On Canvas, 60x48'', 2010
On The Banks Of The Rhines, Oil On Canvas, 38x30'', 2011
Across From The Prison Beside The Great Lake, Oil on Canvas, 65x50'',2011
Delilah and Delilah, Oil On Canvas, 53x40'', 2012
Emerald Lake 84x79'' 2007
Last Run Of The Colorado 65x53'' 2012
The Internationalist, 18x30'', Oil On Canvas
One Thousand Sofias Oil On Canvas 7x5'' 2007
Exiting Empire Oil On Canvas 72x54'' 2013
When I Stand Beside Her Oil On Canvas 90x66'' 2013
An Ocean In A River, Oil On Canvas, 30x36'', 2012
Call O. Wilde , Oil On Canvas, 30x24'', 2012
One Hundred Views Of Trinidad, Oil On Canvas, 28x20'', 2012
Nineteen Temptations, Oil on Canvas, 22x28'', 2012
Jennifer NEHRBASS, 1970, contemporary artist from USA. She graduated from the University of New Mexico, New York University and the University of Wisconsin. Ambiguity, realism and fantasy play atmospherically in a narrative moment akin to magic realism.
"This worldwide form of violence is now beginning to slow down in global regions where it has stubbornly been in place for thousands of years. Education, women and girl’s empowerment, increased awareness and sociological cultural change between the sexes are working together to produce a new awareness of the harmful practice. But much more work is still needed..."
"Esta forma de violencia esta empezando a decrecer en las regiones globales donde ha sido llevada a la practica durante miles de años. La educación, refuerzo en los derechos de las mujeres y de las niñas, incremento en la conciencia social así como sociológica cultural entre sexos... todo ello esta trabajando en conjunto para potenciar una nueva conciencia sobre esta monstruosa práctica. Sin embargo, aún queda mucho trabajo por hacer..."
A Test!! If you don't already know who painted this parrot, take a guess at who the artist was. No fair looking it up first!! If you already know who painted this, please don't say. I'm curious how many people will get it right.
WITH THOMAS KRENS AS ADVISER AND ZAHA HADID AS ARCHITECT, A TURKISH
COUPLE PREPARES TO LAUNCH A MAJOR NEW MUSEUM
Photo by Mediasa ( copyright)
The building, an off-center cube supported by a single column, is the
brainchild of – and her husband, Cengiz Çetindoğans. It will provide a permanent
home for a private collection belonging to the Çetindoğans – the cetindogans’ family run
conglomerate, with investments spanning luxury fashion, television stations,
and hotels- exceeding 2,000 works of art. The new art center will be called the
Demsa Collection, in partial tribute to New York’s Frick Collection, an
institution that helped inspire the Çetindoğans to become serious collectors. “
The museum juxtaposes Turkish painting from the 18th to the 2oth
century, Islamic manuscripts, and international contemporary art” says Thomas
Krens, the former director of the Guggenheim Foundation, who is serving as an
adviser for the project. Half of the museum’s more than 150,000 squares feet of
exhibition space will be used for temporary shows. The Demsa Collection’s
arquitecture will be a big part of its attration. Demet view of the building as
“ futuristic with historical touches.” Although Hadid’s final design has not
been made public, early drawings show a structure with strict geometrical lines
that appear to melt at the edges into mugarnas- honeycomb vaulting that it is a
feature of Islamic architecture. This mex of old and new will also be reflected
in the collection. The Çetindoğans are contantly buying contemporary art from around the
world. Will we be surprised?
DEBORAH POYNTON was born and trained in the north of
England, Deborah Poynton travelled and worked in Europe and Africa before
settling in Dorset. This is where her artistic gift developed and much of her
work was first exhibited and sold.