martes, 24 de junio de 2014


                                          Roman Charity

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                              untitled oil on canvas 193.9 x 130.3 cm 2014
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Okinawa-based artist Kenji Urata has created a series of eerie illustrated portraits that appear distorted by glitches. Taking a highly photo-realistic approach, Urata used software like Photoshop and Painter to create his ideal “idols,” which are composite images based on photos of friends, as well as pictures from magazines. Eyes were enlarged and proportions were adjusted – deliberately, of course – to create a blurring boundary between fake and real. The result is a series of unidentified girls who exist only behind the screen.
“The impetus for the project actually came from the unnatural functions of purikura, in which girls enlarge their eyes for photographs,” Urata told us. “Also, the Chinese girl KOKO who’s all over the internet right now.”
Urata’s previous work involved a similar distortion of identities, but by photographing real people. IDOLS represents a continuation of that theme but with a foray into the digital world.

CAROL FEYERMAN Reviving Resing

A woman who knows how to create living people, at least visually,the resin and oil paints. Thus, giperrealisty modernity and Carol Feyerman (New York, USA)
Carol Feyerman (Carole Feuerman) is an internationally known and recognized sculptor. Its merits are most revered in his homeland, America. For more than forty years, it has successfully operated company, established as his own hands — Feuerman Studios Inc, where he not only creates and presents his work, but also highlights the place under the sun, next to him, and for other artists.
Her name is included in «An American Odyssey 1945-1980», ie Feyerman recognized as the outstanding American artists of the postwar era. Her work has been exhibited in the most famous museums of the world, such as Madrid's Prado and the St. Petersburg Hermitage.


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