domingo, 23 de febrero de 2014

VESNA BURSICH Crumpled paper Photo Realist Paintings

Vesna Bursich resides in Turin. She reproduce paper dolls and cut out figures that are cave in, bent, collaged, and crumpled almost to the point of abstraction. Arranged as props in the artists fictional narrative, these paintings depict a psychological storyline that has no beginning nor end; Sumerging the viewer into a interminably dream

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                 De la Serie Almohadas"Geografias del subconsciente" Geografía amenazada 120 cm x 140 cm

     work in progress- 1.70 x 2.00- 2003
                 Femenino Circular óleo/lino, 1.70 mt x 2.00 mt

Tiempo en perspectiva, acuarela papel Arches, 100 x 150 cm-2001

Detalle- "Omaggio"-Padre y Madre, con un poco de rojo, homenaje al verde. Acuarela 100 x 80 cm-2003

la cabeza contra el cuerpo- acuarela 52 x 72 cm-1998

Mística- acuarela 70 x 50 cm-1995
El Panadero-acuarela-150 x 100cm-1991
composición- acuarela 50 x 70 cm-1999
ojo al paso
"estadio del PROCESO que genero FEMENINO CIRCULAR; óleo/lino, 1.70 mt x 2.00 mt; como pintor siempre me interesa más esta parte que el mismo cuadro terminado, siempre que el proceso no sea hacer A+B=C y la pintura surja desde las primeras capas." Luis Fracchia
De la serie DUETOS, óleo, (aprox 2000)
"La mirada devuelta",óleo/tela
Testigos II, óleo, 110 x 170cm, 2006

LUIS FRACCHIA was born in Asuncion, Paraguay, in 1959. In 1972 he travelled to Rome, Italy, where he lived until 1980; this is where, upon finishing his school studies, he began his artistic activity. From an early age, Italy's historical artistic accumulation of a thousand years caused a deep impression on the artist, who, after continuous trips to Italian cities and later to admire and study the great frescos of the Italian Quattrocento, decided to register at the prestigious Scuola di San Giacomo in Rome, in the specialty of "Wall Frescos" in the old Renaissance style, and also made a foray into etching at the Lorusso workshop. He was to have his first two exhibits in the Italian capital.
In 1980 he travelled to Mexico, after admiring a major exhibit of Siqueiros in Florence. Since then he has lived in the Mexican Republic, for the first years in Mexico City and at present, in the city of Cuernavaca.

His work has, at the present time, achieved a position and recognition in Mexican visual art, with many important solo and group participations in this country and abroad, where his strong projection begins, participating in international auctions such as Sotheby's. Works of his are to be found in private collections in Mexico, South America, the United States and Europe. Actually he is living in Valencia, Spain

Behind the Curtain at the New York City Ballet

If I had to title the picture, I would call it Reality and Dreams,” says Leutwyler. “The foot en pointe is what every little girl dreams of. The other is the hard, hard work, and the reality.” Behind the Curtain at the New York City Ballet