Featured Curator: Yellowmenace [ Yellowmenace ] At first glance, Gordon Cheung 's collaged paintings look like an art student experimenting with Photoshop filters for the first time. The posterization, find edges, & solarized effects are actually achieved via a complex process of actual layering, which for Cheung always begins with the stock listings from newspapers as his base. Cheung’s multi-media collages capture the hallucinations between the virtual & actual realities of a globalized world oscillating between Utopia & Dystopia. "I like to think of the bull riders as a contemporary version of the minotaur, which to me is an analogy of the financial bull market & extreme corporate being." Quote source: ArtWorld interviewed by Paul Carey-Kent Gordon Cheung is a British Born Chinese (BBC) of Hong Kong origin, born in 1975. He lives & works in London. Cheung graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2001 with an MFA in pai
Submission London award-winning artist Grégoire A. Meyer freezes moments in time and adds a touch of humanity to them in this series of digitally manipulated images. Using a convincing array of textures Meyer pieces together contemplative pieces which often evoke feelings of isolation or loneliness trapped within a fleeting moment. A face is clearly visible in a splash of water, caught midair. Human forms are developed from a rich palette of metallic textures, revealing visual complexity on the surface which mirrors a matching emotional complexity within. http://ift.tt/1FmgCIN
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