Jorgen Nash - Avant-Garde Art

Jorgen Nash (March 16, 1920 – May 17, 2004) was a Danish artist, writer and central proponent of Situationism.
«Member of Danish resistance during WW II, arrested twice. Fled to Sweden, where he lived his last forty years in the forest at a place called Drakabygget, outside Örkelljunga, 50 km northeast of Helsingborg in the south of Sweden.
Well-known multi-artist, infamous for his happenings and the amount of artists from all over who lived at Drakabygget from time to time.Married to Liz Zwick. Father of Cecilia Zwick-Nash and five more children from three different marriages.

 

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Cindy Geraert

Abstract Painting

 

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Robert Morris - Spectral Shrouds - Conceptual Art

Robert Morris (1931 — 2018 )was an American sculptor, conceptual artist and writer.
“Robert Morris has comported himself for decades as the least minimal of the original minimalists. While sharing most of the core group’s characteristics — including the complementary artist/writer mode — he has in both word and deed proved more committed than the others to contingency and experimentation. Alternating, often abruptly, between cool objects and evocations of calamity, his artistic outlook remains — as the spot-on title of his collected writings suggests — a Continuous Project Altered Daily. Though no slouch when it comes to minimal severity, his thinking often drifts closer in sensibility to Robert Smithson’s macro riffing than to Donald Judd’s ideological finalities.Minimalist theory made much of the viewer’s movement through space as part of what defined the sculptural.”

 

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Len Lye - Experimental Photography

Leonard Charles Huia Lye ( 5 July 1901 – 15 May 1980), was a Christchurch, New Zealand-born artist known primarily for his experimental films and kinetic sculpture.
«Len Lye is an artist from New Zealand who is known for his experimental films, photograms and kinetic sculpture.
In the beginning he worked with the idea of motion being an artistic language and was heavily influenced by the arts of South Pacific and African countries when he visited there.  He began to make experimental films without a camera by using manipulated and often destroyed film.»

 

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Rosalie Gascoigne - Sculpture - Collage art - Assemblage

“Rosalie Gascoigne’s art comes from, is inspired by, and in turn reflects the spare countryside of the southern tablelands and the Monaro district, a unique natural environment that lies relatively close to Canberra, the artist’s home of more than fifty years. Gascoigne’s transformation and re-investment in her work of battered and weathered materials sourced in the landscape surrounding Canberra also highlights the importance of collecting to her oeuvre, as different materials appear in works from across the decades …
Gascoigne’s knowledge and love of language and of Romantic poetry is evident in many of her works as she aspired to make art that achieved ‘allusive and illusive’ qualities that she experienced in this form. Through the artist’s skill in making poetry of the commonplace and her intrinsic response to both her chosen materials and the particularities of the Australian landscape, we are able to witness her unique ability to evocatively capture and convey the essence of nature and the transitory and captivating effects of light, air and space.”

 

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Jeannie Scott - Tarantola - Digital Art

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ehigbai Michael Ozoya

Ehigbai Michael Ozoya is a mixed media Nigerian based fine artist that has a huge flair for drawing, inspired by nature and every day circumstances which are untold stories undocumented. Ehigbai works with charcoal, pastel,oil, acrylic and models with clay employing a semi realistic and geometric patterns approach, using the effect of extreme light and dark (chiaroscuro) to connotes emphasis on his work of art.

 

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Joan Mitchell - American Abstract Expressionism

Joan Mitchell (February 12, 1925 – October 30, 1992) was an American «second generation» abstract expressionist painter and printmaker. She was a member of the American abstract expressionist movement, even though much of her career took place in France. Along with Lee Krasner, Grace Hartigan, Helen Frankenthaler, Shirley Jaffe, Elaine de Kooning, and Sonia Gechtoff, she was one of her era's few female painters to gain critical and public acclaim. Her paintings and editioned prints can be seen in major museums and collections across the United States and Europe.

 

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Emilio Tadini - Italian Modern Art

«Emilio Tadini was born in Milan, Italy. He was a painter, sculptor, writer and poet. Tadini was an accomplished artist in visual art and literary art. He described himself “a writer who paint, a painter who write’’ to Umberto Eco, the Italian novelist. Tadini’s published works includes the novel “L'armi, l'amore”, “Eccetera”, and the poetry “L'insieme delle cose.” He’s paintings have garnered much attention since 1965, when he participated a group exhibition at Studio Marconi with Mario Schifano, Valerio Adami, and Lucio Del Pezzo. Tadini had exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1978 and 1982, as well as several solo exhibitions in Italy and Germany in the late 1980s. Tadini was the President of Milan Brera Academy from 1997 to 2000. In 2001, a major retrospective exhibition of Tadini was held in Royal Palace of Milan. Tadini passed away in Milan on September 25, 2002, aged 75.»

 

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The fantastical world of Yayoi Kusama

«Yayoi Kusama is the artist who filled up her world up with brightly painted spots. Suffering hallucinations and obsessive thoughts since she was a child, her career has been characterised by abrupt shifts in the areas in which she works – film, painting, poetry and ‘happenings’ to name just four of them. Its incredibly immersive nature, what she has occasionally referred to as 'obliteration', has remained the one constant — from her earliest, 1940s four-inch square drawings influenced by traditional Nihonga paintings, to the work she is still creating today, by all accounts, as formidable as ever at 80-years-old.»

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