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Auction Description for Accessible Art Fair: Accessible Art Fair Brussels - Post Art Fair Sales
Auction Description:
The Accessible Art Fair Brussels and Invaluable are working in concert to co-promote both the physical fair that recently took place in Brussels at the MJB, from September 22-25th, and a newly created online extension of that fair. For those of you who missed the event in Brussels, or for those who were there and want to experience more of it, this is your chance! The brand alignment of our two organizations makes perfect sense to us:      Invaluable is the single destination marketplace for buyers to find the most sought-after fine art, antiques and collectibles in the world. Invaluable was recently called “one of the fastest growing e-commerce sites in the art world,” by BLOUIN ARTINFO. The Accessible Art Fair is currently in its 10th year of successfully bringing emerging artists’ work to discerning global collectors—making great art accessible.  Together, starting on October 12th, Invaluable and AAF Brussels will bring you the Accessible Art Fair Timed Auction, a first-ever online art fair extension. Continue to discover art you love by the emerging artists you already support and follow.        

Accessible Art Fair Brussels - Post Art Fair Sales (104 Lots)

by Accessible Art Fair


104 lots with images

03 November 2016

Timed Auction

Brussels, BE, Belgium

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Yoram Chisin

Description: His art is a golden triangle of love and of thrusting and thirsty energy where Yoram Chisin needs to learn how to be reborn, how to see and how to savour life. His colours inspire his work with a forceful will power, a will for life to overcome the punctuations of despair. He holds his breath. He could have adopted the “whatever” attitude of Vladimir Jankelevitch.

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Yoram Chisin

Description: His art is a golden triangle of love and of thrusting and thirsty energy where Yoram Chisin needs to learn how to be reborn, how to see and how to savour life. His colours inspire his work with a forceful will power, a will for life to overcome the punctuations of despair. He holds his breath. He could have adopted the “whatever” attitude of Vladimir Jankelevitch.

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Yoram Chisin

Description: His art is a golden triangle of love and of thrusting and thirsty energy where Yoram Chisin needs to learn how to be reborn, how to see and how to savour life. His colours inspire his work with a forceful will power, a will for life to overcome the punctuations of despair. He holds his breath. He could have adopted the “whatever” attitude of Vladimir Jankelevitch.

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Beddru - Il Tempo

Description: Italian self-thought painter, Beddru has distinguished himself in contributing conceptual insight to the course of contemporary art by embracing experimentation of non-traditional materials, such as thick superposed plexiglas-panels. His figurative pictorial subjects are “uncomfortably” represented through ink-based mixed media, applied via reverse painting technique, inspired by Italian painters from the 1600s. By developing a variation of this technique, Beddru focuses on the use of vivid pigments to create a striking vibrancy as a distinctive trait of his style. The eye of the observer is simultaneously caught by both a fascinating chromatic balance and the mystery of enigmatic figures, who from the depths of a mythological past, bring secretive symbols to our contemporary present as messages to decipher.

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Beddru - Chrysalis Women

Description: Italian self-thought painter, Beddru has distinguished himself in contributing conceptual insight to the course of contemporary art by embracing experimentation of non-traditional materials, such as thick superposed plexiglas-panels. His figurative pictorial subjects are “uncomfortably” represented through ink-based mixed media, applied via reverse painting technique, inspired by Italian painters from the 1600s. By developing a variation of this technique, Beddru focuses on the use of vivid pigments to create a striking vibrancy as a distinctive trait of his style. The eye of the observer is simultaneously caught by both a fascinating chromatic balance and the mystery of enigmatic figures, who from the depths of a mythological past, bring secretive symbols to our contemporary present as messages to decipher.

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Beddru - Couple of Divers

Description: Italian self-thought painter, Beddru has distinguished himself in contributing conceptual insight to the course of contemporary art by embracing experimentation of non-traditional materials, such as thick superposed plexiglas-panels. His figurative pictorial subjects are “uncomfortably” represented through ink-based mixed media, applied via reverse painting technique, inspired by Italian painters from the 1600s. By developing a variation of this technique, Beddru focuses on the use of vivid pigments to create a striking vibrancy as a distinctive trait of his style. The eye of the observer is simultaneously caught by both a fascinating chromatic balance and the mystery of enigmatic figures, who from the depths of a mythological past, bring secretive symbols to our contemporary present as messages to decipher.

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Thierry Lancelot - Help me Obiwan Kenobi2(bis)

Description: Thierry Lancelot is an artist who works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. He works with both mass-market and antique found porcelain figurines, cutting up and or adding gold or sterling silver elements to them and repainting them, to create sculptures which depicts the male and female figure caught in sexual poses. But the sexual representation is not the main focus of the works. Indeed commonly known stereotypes of mass production in art, sexual representation of the puritan society or ironic and satirical portraits are representing in a format who’s underlying meaning is all about the increase of the emotional response of the beholder.

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Thierry Lancelot - Skinned Lucy 2

Description: Thierry Lancelot is an artist who works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. He works with both mass-market and antique found porcelain figurines, cutting up and or adding gold or sterling silver elements to them and repainting them, to create sculptures which depicts the male and female figure caught in sexual poses. But the sexual representation is not the main focus of the works. Indeed commonly known stereotypes of mass production in art, sexual representation of the puritan society or ironic and satirical portraits are representing in a format who’s underlying meaning is all about the increase of the emotional response of the beholder.

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Thierry Lancelot - Boys from Mars

Description: Thierry Lancelot is an artist who works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. He works with both mass-market and antique found porcelain figurines, cutting up and or adding gold or sterling silver elements to them and repainting them, to create sculptures which depicts the male and female figure caught in sexual poses. But the sexual representation is not the main focus of the works. Indeed commonly known stereotypes of mass production in art, sexual representation of the puritan society or ironic and satirical portraits are representing in a format who’s underlying meaning is all about the increase of the emotional response of the beholder.

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Yusuke Sugiyama - Under the sky, above the water

Description: Artist concept: "Boundaries" ‘A boundary between oneself and unrelated person.’ ‘A boundary between reality and memory.’ ‘A boundary between embodiment and abstract.’ My concept ‘Boundary’ does not mean divide and opposition, I'd like to express these notions as coming and going, mixing with them and penetrating each other. I try to make boundaries between abstract and embodiment, reality and memory, myself and other people in oil, acrylic paintings and drawings.”

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Yusuke Sugiyama - Along the sea

Description: Artist concept: "Boundaries" ‘A boundary between oneself and unrelated person.’ ‘A boundary between reality and memory.’ ‘A boundary between embodiment and abstract.’ My concept ‘Boundary’ does not mean divide and opposition, I'd like to express these notions as coming and going, mixing with them and penetrating each other. I try to make boundaries between abstract and embodiment, reality and memory, myself and other people in oil, acrylic paintings and drawings.”

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Yusuke Sugiyama - White tree park

Description: Artist concept: "Boundaries" ‘A boundary between oneself and unrelated person.’ ‘A boundary between reality and memory.’ ‘A boundary between embodiment and abstract.’ My concept ‘Boundary’ does not mean divide and opposition, I'd like to express these notions as coming and going, mixing with them and penetrating each other. I try to make boundaries between abstract and embodiment, reality and memory, myself and other people in oil, acrylic paintings and drawings.”

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Bruce Cohen -

Description: His statement is the proof of his style, the technique he is using and his type of art: “The focus of my art is not on content but rather on form that represents aspects of the visual world encouraging viewers to look at it in a different way. There is no social narrative nor political or religious intent. Tension is created by distorting the perspective and having unclear distinction between foreground and the background. I am exploring the subtleties and complexities of lines, marks, color, and forms. How subtle changes of these elements can affect the outcome fascinates me. I am focused on creating provocative and visually stimulating paintings in which the viewers can immerse themselves and find new associations.

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Bruce Cohen -

Description: His statement is the proof of his style, the technique he is using and his type of art: “The focus of my art is not on content but rather on form that represents aspects of the visual world encouraging viewers to look at it in a different way. There is no social narrative nor political or religious intent. Tension is created by distorting the perspective and having unclear distinction between foreground and the background. I am exploring the subtleties and complexities of lines, marks, color, and forms. How subtle changes of these elements can affect the outcome fascinates me. I am focused on creating provocative and visually stimulating paintings in which the viewers can immerse themselves and find new associations.

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Bruce Cohen - Dresden Dolls

Description: His statement is the proof of his style, the technique he is using and his type of art: “The focus of my art is not on content but rather on form that represents aspects of the visual world encouraging viewers to look at it in a different way. There is no social narrative nor political or religious intent. Tension is created by distorting the perspective and having unclear distinction between foreground and the background. I am exploring the subtleties and complexities of lines, marks, color, and forms. How subtle changes of these elements can affect the outcome fascinates me. I am focused on creating provocative and visually stimulating paintings in which the viewers can immerse themselves and find new associations.

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Kaliya Kalacheva - Hold the sky!

Description: Artist statement: “I’m an architect by soul and painter by nature. Attached to both lines and colors, I like being the immediate participant, a voyeur to every landscape, story or idea. Always traveling literally and physically always in search of something. The most creative condition is losing myself or, rather, not finding myself – the constant state of being in quest of something. When questions arise there are conflicts, there is unease. By asking a lot of questions ideas are born, answers come and other conditions emerge with which I could experiment once again – willingly or not. The more I get further away, the more I get closer to unknown sides of my own abilities.

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Kaliya Kalacheva - Flood - Stream - Dust

Description: Artist statement: “I’m an architect by soul and painter by nature. Attached to both lines and colors, I like being the immediate participant, a voyeur to every landscape, story or idea. Always traveling literally and physically always in search of something. The most creative condition is losing myself or, rather, not finding myself – the constant state of being in quest of something. When questions arise there are conflicts, there is unease. By asking a lot of questions ideas are born, answers come and other conditions emerge with which I could experiment once again – willingly or not. The more I get further away, the more I get closer to unknown sides of my own abilities.

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Kaliya Kalacheva - Half city

Description: Artist statement: “I’m an architect by soul and painter by nature. Attached to both lines and colors, I like being the immediate participant, a voyeur to every landscape, story or idea. Always traveling literally and physically always in search of something. The most creative condition is losing myself or, rather, not finding myself – the constant state of being in quest of something. When questions arise there are conflicts, there is unease. By asking a lot of questions ideas are born, answers come and other conditions emerge with which I could experiment once again – willingly or not. The more I get further away, the more I get closer to unknown sides of my own abilities.

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Alex Voinea - av_341

Description: Alex’s work is composed of large brushstrokes, both striking and strident, loosely swept over the canvas, creating a sense of movement and laden with saturated colors. The artist seeks to evoke the fluidity of painting captured in a moment in time. His inspiration is based in experiments with liquid paint over vibrating surfaces, such as speakers, which create a dance of colors and textures. Artist statement: “While I always wanted to be an artist, I was born in a place and time that was oppressive and dark. After participating in the revolution which overthrew the dictatorship, I found a way to leave Romania and discovered a new world where I had the freedom to express myself and to let loose the images that had always been in my head. I discovered great artists that inspired me and my work transformed from grey to vibrant colors that dance on the canvas. I now play with painting and imaginary explosions of color which I try to capture first in my mind and later on the canvas. Painting this way is intense; it creates a synergy between the artist and the work.”

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Alex Voinea - av_325

Description: Alex’s work is composed of large brushstrokes, both striking and strident, loosely swept over the canvas, creating a sense of movement and laden with saturated colors. The artist seeks to evoke the fluidity of painting captured in a moment in time. His inspiration is based in experiments with liquid paint over vibrating surfaces, such as speakers, which create a dance of colors and textures. Artist statement: “While I always wanted to be an artist, I was born in a place and time that was oppressive and dark. After participating in the revolution which overthrew the dictatorship, I found a way to leave Romania and discovered a new world where I had the freedom to express myself and to let loose the images that had always been in my head. I discovered great artists that inspired me and my work transformed from grey to vibrant colors that dance on the canvas. I now play with painting and imaginary explosions of color which I try to capture first in my mind and later on the canvas. Painting this way is intense; it creates a synergy between the artist and the work.”

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Alex Voinea - av_312

Description: Alex’s work is composed of large brushstrokes, both striking and strident, loosely swept over the canvas, creating a sense of movement and laden with saturated colors. The artist seeks to evoke the fluidity of painting captured in a moment in time. His inspiration is based in experiments with liquid paint over vibrating surfaces, such as speakers, which create a dance of colors and textures. Artist statement: “While I always wanted to be an artist, I was born in a place and time that was oppressive and dark. After participating in the revolution which overthrew the dictatorship, I found a way to leave Romania and discovered a new world where I had the freedom to express myself and to let loose the images that had always been in my head. I discovered great artists that inspired me and my work transformed from grey to vibrant colors that dance on the canvas. I now play with painting and imaginary explosions of color which I try to capture first in my mind and later on the canvas. Painting this way is intense; it creates a synergy between the artist and the work.”

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Jacques Meunier - White waters #2

Description: Artist statement: “I love to journey through cities, villages or in nature. I try to capture, in distinctive images, the poetry of objects, the life of people and beauty of nature. I see photography as way to show reality in an unreal way. There is a soul inside every single thing. It is all a matter of perception and subjectivity.”

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Jacques Meunier - White waters #4

Description: Artist statement: “I love to journey through cities, villages or in nature. I try to capture, in distinctive images, the poetry of objects, the life of people and beauty of nature. I see photography as way to show reality in an unreal way. There is a soul inside every single thing. It is all a matter of perception and subjectivity.”

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Jacques Meunier - White reeds

Description: Artist statement: “I love to journey through cities, villages or in nature. I try to capture, in distinctive images, the poetry of objects, the life of people and beauty of nature. I see photography as way to show reality in an unreal way. There is a soul inside every single thing. It is all a matter of perception and subjectivity.”

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Bruno D'Alimonte - The Sheep and the Boat

Description: Bruno D’ALIMONTE is of Italian origin, though he was born and currently resides in Brussels, Belgium. His intimate photographic work pays a tribute to fragility through an ongoing indecisiveness that reflects chaos surrounded by chimeras. His latest work is the fruit of an unstable but necessary choice depicting a pictorial and metaphoric tension in the narrative. This timeless imagery of his originates from the association of toy lenses with his Mediterranean eye. The images he creates are undefined and vague; they play with the narrative codes of everyday images yet are deeply intertwined with the ineffable. The world he shows us through his lens is poetically puzzling, it reflects our evanescence beyond any form of vanity. Bruno D’Alimonte lives and works in Brussels. His photographic predilection is for social and urban notions that he likes to phase with the passing of time. He is also known for the portrait photography he does for Le Soir, the Belgian newspaper.

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Bruno D'Alimonte - Madarine Car

Description: Bruno D’ALIMONTE is of Italian origin, though he was born and currently resides in Brussels, Belgium. His intimate photographic work pays a tribute to fragility through an ongoing indecisiveness that reflects chaos surrounded by chimeras. His latest work is the fruit of an unstable but necessary choice depicting a pictorial and metaphoric tension in the narrative. This timeless imagery of his originates from the association of toy lenses with his Mediterranean eye. The images he creates are undefined and vague; they play with the narrative codes of everyday images yet are deeply intertwined with the ineffable. The world he shows us through his lens is poetically puzzling, it reflects our evanescence beyond any form of vanity. Bruno D’Alimonte lives and works in Brussels. His photographic predilection is for social and urban notions that he likes to phase with the passing of time. He is also known for the portrait photography he does for Le Soir, the Belgian newspaper.

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Bruno D'Alimonte - Azure Shower

Description: Bruno D’ALIMONTE is of Italian origin, though he was born and currently resides in Brussels, Belgium. His intimate photographic work pays a tribute to fragility through an ongoing indecisiveness that reflects chaos surrounded by chimeras. His latest work is the fruit of an unstable but necessary choice depicting a pictorial and metaphoric tension in the narrative. This timeless imagery of his originates from the association of toy lenses with his Mediterranean eye. The images he creates are undefined and vague; they play with the narrative codes of everyday images yet are deeply intertwined with the ineffable. The world he shows us through his lens is poetically puzzling, it reflects our evanescence beyond any form of vanity. Bruno D’Alimonte lives and works in Brussels. His photographic predilection is for social and urban notions that he likes to phase with the passing of time. He is also known for the portrait photography he does for Le Soir, the Belgian newspaper.

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Maria Gil Ulldemolins - Focus

Description: Artist statement: ‹‹My work, as if it was a prayer of sorts, is about contentment, solace and detachment - but is made from a place of hypersensitivity and anxiety. This inherent contradiction is reflective of growing up as a member of the “lost generation” of Spain- highly prepared and pampered people crashing into a post-recession, post-11S world. I understand my practice and the resulting pieces as places where I am in control and, consequently, can play with the idea of letting go of said control. I work with a process-oriented focus. I try and approach materials in an exploratory and intimate fashion. I am interested in reaching limits where matter is forced to work in ways it is not meant to. Conceptually, I am attracted to organic materials that vary, decay and even disappear with time.››

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Maria Gil Ulldemolins - Wonderland box (long)

Description: Artist statement: ‹‹My work, as if it was a prayer of sorts, is about contentment, solace and detachment - but is made from a place of hypersensitivity and anxiety. This inherent contradiction is reflective of growing up as a member of the “lost generation” of Spain- highly prepared and pampered people crashing into a post-recession, post-11S world. I understand my practice and the resulting pieces as places where I am in control and, consequently, can play with the idea of letting go of said control. I work with a process-oriented focus. I try and approach materials in an exploratory and intimate fashion. I am interested in reaching limits where matter is forced to work in ways it is not meant to. Conceptually, I am attracted to organic materials that vary, decay and even disappear with time.››

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Maria Gil Ulldemolins - Book of hours

Description: Artist statement: ‹‹My work, as if it was a prayer of sorts, is about contentment, solace and detachment - but is made from a place of hypersensitivity and anxiety. This inherent contradiction is reflective of growing up as a member of the “lost generation” of Spain- highly prepared and pampered people crashing into a post-recession, post-11S world. I understand my practice and the resulting pieces as places where I am in control and, consequently, can play with the idea of letting go of said control. I work with a process-oriented focus. I try and approach materials in an exploratory and intimate fashion. I am interested in reaching limits where matter is forced to work in ways it is not meant to. Conceptually, I am attracted to organic materials that vary, decay and even disappear with time.››

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Rod McIntosh - A Pause before The Summit

Description: Rod is an artist with his studio in rural Kent. He works between Kent and London as an exhibiting artist and consultant to the creative industries. Having studied sculpture in Sheffield, graduating in 1992, he has maintained a dynamic practice alongside a successful Arts Management career. His work has transformed from figurative sculpture with a medico-anthropological starting point to works with minimal subject other than material, processes and an exploration of a visual language of marks.

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Rod McIntosh - Distancing From the Present

Description: Rod is an artist with his studio in rural Kent. He works between Kent and London as an exhibiting artist and consultant to the creative industries. Having studied sculpture in Sheffield, graduating in 1992, he has maintained a dynamic practice alongside a successful Arts Management career. His work has transformed from figurative sculpture with a medico-anthropological starting point to works with minimal subject other than material, processes and an exploration of a visual language of marks.

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Rod McIntosh - Look Towards Not Back

Description: Rod is an artist with his studio in rural Kent. He works between Kent and London as an exhibiting artist and consultant to the creative industries. Having studied sculpture in Sheffield, graduating in 1992, he has maintained a dynamic practice alongside a successful Arts Management career. His work has transformed from figurative sculpture with a medico-anthropological starting point to works with minimal subject other than material, processes and an exploration of a visual language of marks.

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Yambe Tam - Icosahedron

Description: Artist statement: “My paintings weave together the systems of science, philosophy, and religion to create graphic, abstract paintings that reflect on the relationship between man and the natural world. Drawing on my research of the Anthropocene, physical and metaphysical cosmology, and Medieval-era Europe and Japan, I blur historical timelines and cultural origins to evoke sublime infinite spaces (deep space, skies, and seas), but which are actually no-places that exist between abstraction and reality, theory and truth. These paintings, typically created with oil or gouache and gold leaf, fuse seemingly oppositional forces: chance and control, luminosity and darkness, minimalism and decadence.”

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Yambe Tam - Wheat (Triticum Aestivum)

Description: Artist statement: “My paintings weave together the systems of science, philosophy, and religion to create graphic, abstract paintings that reflect on the relationship between man and the natural world. Drawing on my research of the Anthropocene, physical and metaphysical cosmology, and Medieval-era Europe and Japan, I blur historical timelines and cultural origins to evoke sublime infinite spaces (deep space, skies, and seas), but which are actually no-places that exist between abstraction and reality, theory and truth. These paintings, typically created with oil or gouache and gold leaf, fuse seemingly oppositional forces: chance and control, luminosity and darkness, minimalism and decadence.”

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Yambe Tam - A Further Sea III

Description: Artist statement: “My paintings weave together the systems of science, philosophy, and religion to create graphic, abstract paintings that reflect on the relationship between man and the natural world. Drawing on my research of the Anthropocene, physical and metaphysical cosmology, and Medieval-era Europe and Japan, I blur historical timelines and cultural origins to evoke sublime infinite spaces (deep space, skies, and seas), but which are actually no-places that exist between abstraction and reality, theory and truth. These paintings, typically created with oil or gouache and gold leaf, fuse seemingly oppositional forces: chance and control, luminosity and darkness, minimalism and decadence.”

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Yana Dimitrova - Portrait form Space (Sofia2)

Description: Artist Statement: “With the use of painting and installation I aim to address concepts of space, consisting of hidden or obvious symbols, outlining deliberate tension between the viewer, the process, and the image. While exploring specific systems, contexts, or environments, my work almost always questions the proposed values of everyday as socially instrumental to our shared realm. My most recent projects are based on various forms of research and actions: analysing public space, navigating digital mapping tools, conducting questionnaires. I use these techniques to identify how craft, materiality, labour and the formal priorities of images can serve as a tool for the production of common space.”

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Yana Dimitrova - Ceremony 4

Description: Artist Statement: “With the use of painting and installation I aim to address concepts of space, consisting of hidden or obvious symbols, outlining deliberate tension between the viewer, the process, and the image. While exploring specific systems, contexts, or environments, my work almost always questions the proposed values of everyday as socially instrumental to our shared realm. My most recent projects are based on various forms of research and actions: analysing public space, navigating digital mapping tools, conducting questionnaires. I use these techniques to identify how craft, materiality, labour and the formal priorities of images can serve as a tool for the production of common space.”

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Yana Dimitrova - I share you Share

Description: Artist Statement: “With the use of painting and installation I aim to address concepts of space, consisting of hidden or obvious symbols, outlining deliberate tension between the viewer, the process, and the image. While exploring specific systems, contexts, or environments, my work almost always questions the proposed values of everyday as socially instrumental to our shared realm. My most recent projects are based on various forms of research and actions: analysing public space, navigating digital mapping tools, conducting questionnaires. I use these techniques to identify how craft, materiality, labour and the formal priorities of images can serve as a tool for the production of common space.”

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Ivan Gracner - Brocken form

Description: In his studio, which he and his wife have turned into a paradise of sculptures and paintings, one will immediately be fascinated by the two kindred souls inspiring each other. The first question arising after seeing their work is ‘which museum owns them?’ After enjoying the couple’s hospitality one is invited to see the place where Ivan is producing his sculptures… It is hard to believe that such a derelict place still exists in the 21st century, in a building in the capital city of a pretty big country. It was one hell of a place, with tiny rooms, smashed windows and walls with holes one can see through to the outside. No toilet, no water. Given these circumstances, Ivan’s sculptures look even more remarkable. Each one of his works is made of one piece of wood, from a few centimeters to a few meters in size, witnesses to the unlimited energy and vigour Ivan Gracner exudes. Considering the creative path, the process and the circumstances of the creation, the work is being sold at a bargain price. One will not only purchase a reasonably priced, impressive work of art, but also contribute to the further artistic development of an incredibly talented artist.

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Ivan Gracner - Relation

Description: In his studio, which he and his wife have turned into a paradise of sculptures and paintings, one will immediately be fascinated by the two kindred souls inspiring each other. The first question arising after seeing their work is ‘which museum owns them?’ After enjoying the couple’s hospitality one is invited to see the place where Ivan is producing his sculptures… It is hard to believe that such a derelict place still exists in the 21st century, in a building in the capital city of a pretty big country. It was one hell of a place, with tiny rooms, smashed windows and walls with holes one can see through to the outside. No toilet, no water. Given these circumstances, Ivan’s sculptures look even more remarkable. Each one of his works is made of one piece of wood, from a few centimeters to a few meters in size, witnesses to the unlimited energy and vigour Ivan Gracner exudes. Considering the creative path, the process and the circumstances of the creation, the work is being sold at a bargain price. One will not only purchase a reasonably priced, impressive work of art, but also contribute to the further artistic development of an incredibly talented artist.

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Ivan Gracner - Composition 48

Description: In his studio, which he and his wife have turned into a paradise of sculptures and paintings, one will immediately be fascinated by the two kindred souls inspiring each other. The first question arising after seeing their work is ‘which museum owns them?’ After enjoying the couple’s hospitality one is invited to see the place where Ivan is producing his sculptures… It is hard to believe that such a derelict place still exists in the 21st century, in a building in the capital city of a pretty big country. It was one hell of a place, with tiny rooms, smashed windows and walls with holes one can see through to the outside. No toilet, no water. Given these circumstances, Ivan’s sculptures look even more remarkable. Each one of his works is made of one piece of wood, from a few centimeters to a few meters in size, witnesses to the unlimited energy and vigour Ivan Gracner exudes. Considering the creative path, the process and the circumstances of the creation, the work is being sold at a bargain price. One will not only purchase a reasonably priced, impressive work of art, but also contribute to the further artistic development of an incredibly talented artist.

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Christian De Wulf - Fortunate fool

Description: On recent works one canvas hides another. Depths and heights are covered up but seem to be bubbling under and to mold the upper surface. These paintings should be read as mind maps loaded with meaning and emotion. Emotion wins over ratio. What at first seems to be geometrical dissolves into an abstract lyricism. The painting becomes a sculpture. Each painting is a link in a chain, is a different point of view to look at the theme. They all get their own name in the form of a sentence. Most of these sentences suggest a longing for communication, for understanding. They become a gate, a key with which the beholder can enter this abstract world. So the work of art not only becomes a metaphor for the meeting between surface and structure, between light and shadow, tranquility and unrest, but it finds its ultimate mirror in the intimate communication between artist and beholder. A closed circle of human understanding and empathy is created.

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Christian De Wulf - Judgment of what is flat

Description: On recent works one canvas hides another. Depths and heights are covered up but seem to be bubbling under and to mold the upper surface. These paintings should be read as mind maps loaded with meaning and emotion. Emotion wins over ratio. What at first seems to be geometrical dissolves into an abstract lyricism. The painting becomes a sculpture. Each painting is a link in a chain, is a different point of view to look at the theme. They all get their own name in the form of a sentence. Most of these sentences suggest a longing for communication, for understanding. They become a gate, a key with which the beholder can enter this abstract world. So the work of art not only becomes a metaphor for the meeting between surface and structure, between light and shadow, tranquility and unrest, but it finds its ultimate mirror in the intimate communication between artist and beholder. A closed circle of human understanding and empathy is created.

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Christian De Wulf - Who's afraid of yellow

Description: On recent works one canvas hides another. Depths and heights are covered up but seem to be bubbling under and to mold the upper surface. These paintings should be read as mind maps loaded with meaning and emotion. Emotion wins over ratio. What at first seems to be geometrical dissolves into an abstract lyricism. The painting becomes a sculpture. Each painting is a link in a chain, is a different point of view to look at the theme. They all get their own name in the form of a sentence. Most of these sentences suggest a longing for communication, for understanding. They become a gate, a key with which the beholder can enter this abstract world. So the work of art not only becomes a metaphor for the meeting between surface and structure, between light and shadow, tranquility and unrest, but it finds its ultimate mirror in the intimate communication between artist and beholder. A closed circle of human understanding and empathy is created.

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Luis Christello - The supper

Description: With a body of work developed since the 90s, he frequently uses different technics such as photography, painting, drawing and projected image focusing on very personal use of digital image. Through these languages, he builds interaction bridges between the virtual and the real world. Christello has been showing in two solo exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro and taken part in numerous group exhibitions, such as “Conexiones", a colective show in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro and “Scope”, a gallery’s fair in Miami, USA. As designer and art director he won six lions at The Cannes International Advertising Festival, France. In 2013 he won a very important brazillian art award, The Itamaraty Prize.

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Luis Christello - Landscape

Description: With a body of work developed since the 90s, he frequently uses different technics such as photography, painting, drawing and projected image focusing on very personal use of digital image. Through these languages, he builds interaction bridges between the virtual and the real world. Christello has been showing in two solo exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro and taken part in numerous group exhibitions, such as “Conexiones", a colective show in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro and “Scope”, a gallery’s fair in Miami, USA. As designer and art director he won six lions at The Cannes International Advertising Festival, France. In 2013 he won a very important brazillian art award, The Itamaraty Prize.

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Luis Christello - Head

Description: With a body of work developed since the 90s, he frequently uses different technics such as photography, painting, drawing and projected image focusing on very personal use of digital image. Through these languages, he builds interaction bridges between the virtual and the real world. Christello has been showing in two solo exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro and taken part in numerous group exhibitions, such as “Conexiones", a colective show in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro and “Scope”, a gallery’s fair in Miami, USA. As designer and art director he won six lions at The Cannes International Advertising Festival, France. In 2013 he won a very important brazillian art award, The Itamaraty Prize.

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Gerard Escougnou - Expression Onirique 20

Description: French painter Ge?rard Escougnou has devoted himself over the last years to his deeper passion: abstract painting. Giving himself body and soul to this artistic quest, he has proudly incarnated his role as a self-taught creator, shaking o stirring academic convention and clichés. His vigorous and instinctive gesture, punctuated by splashes of color, is nourished by the influence of the New York School in particular, and by abstract expressionism in general, unquestionably reflecting an unbridled search for liberty and intensity. His works reflect ample, spontaneous movements. They emanate a great vitality and brute force, evoking the very personality of the painter. After the ferocious arabesques of his beginnings, we discover more structured compositions, with festive colors and a geometrical approach.

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Gerard Escougnou - Expression onirique 14

Description: French painter Gerard Escougnou has devoted himself over the last years to his deeper passion: abstract painting. Giving himself body and soul to this artistic quest, he has proudly incarnated his role as a self-taught creator, shaking o stirring academic convention and clichés. His vigorous and instinctive gesture, punctuated by splashes of color, is nourished by the influence of the New York School in particular, and by abstract expressionism in general, unquestionably reflecting an unbridled search for liberty and intensity. His works reflect ample, spontaneous movements. They emanate a great vitality and brute force, evoking the very personality of the painter. After the ferocious arabesques of his beginnings, we discover more structured compositions, with festive colors and a geometrical approach.

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