Titled A Newer Perspective, the exclusive on-line exhibition at Tangent Contemporary Art furthers Patrick Hughes’ fascination with the paradox of optical perspective through a series of paintings and limited-edition multiples inspired by contemporary art, urban and historical architecture. In addition to familiar subjects such as ornate Venetian palazzos, museum halls [...]
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Patrick Hughes' Surreal 3D Paintings Play with Perspective HiFructose.com by Caro Posted on January 15, 2016 English artist Patrick Hughes’ paintings make an object out of the world as we see it- a type of work that he calls “reverspective” painting or combining painting with making objects. In his reverspectives, interiors of art museums, houses, and [...]
by Tamara Akcay for Beautiful / Decay A picture of a celebrity taped on a cracked wall. Otto Duecker not only depicts portraits, he also paints the surrounding that goes with it. Like all artists part of the hyperrealism movement (or photorealism) from far, the whole image can be misled for a photograph. Otto Duecker depicts [...]
Martin DiGirolamo presents a solo exhibition of new works at the Emilio Caraffa Museum in Cordoba, Argentina. Curated by Fernando Farina, the exhibition continues through October 5, 2017. In these recent works, DiGirolamo strays from his preoccupation with figurative ideals and portrays bodies of actual people experiencing real pain, torment and even death. Honoring [...]
By Anita Katz on June 11, 2015 1:00 am Foreground is background, background is foreground and static images appear to shift when the viewer moves in front of them in British painter Patrick Hughes’ explorations of perspective and perception. “Patrick Hughes: Opperspective” at Scott Richards Contemporary Art contains seven wall reliefs – trippy, surreal oil [...]
Virgin of the Snakes by Tor Archer is currently on view in BULGARI SerpentiForm, a new exhibition presenting the many creative forms that the snake has taken in the worlds of art, jewelry and design inaugurated by Bulgari at Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum of Singapore on August 19th. The exhibition continues through October 15 [...]
Visit the San Jose ICA this summer to gain insight into the complex methods employed by Chris Dorosz in producing his illusory acrylic rod sculptures. Through September 10, 142 styrofoam figures essential in conceptualizing his Stasis series are on view in DETRITUS, a group show of byproducts and [...]
July 6 – 30, 2017 Tangent Contemporary Art presents Figurative Explorations a group exhibition celebrating feminine beauty. Included in the exhibition are sculptures by Tor Archer and Nicholas Auen, photorealist works by Simon Hennessey, Anna-Halldin Maule, Phillip Munoz, and Johannes Wessmark and figurative surrealist paintings by David Michael Smith. [...]
EXHIBITION IMAGES The ethereal becomes tangible in Eric Zammitt’s elegant geometric mosaics. Smooth as glass, the seamless surfaces are a mesmerizing array of pulsating colors, which shift and shimmer as the light and vantage point changes. The optical abstractions are made of thousands of solid bits of richly colored acrylic plastic, which are [...]