Lady Be creates contemporary mosaics, icons and famous portraits entirely composed of objects that have lost their original function, simply becoming “colors”. Each work has the power to awake memories connected to each object, when you see it closely, and to be perfectly recognizable from far. Moving away from the painting, in fact, the initial confusion caused by the view of an apparently meaningless assemblage becomes astonishment. The subject takes a form and you feel proud of recognizing the face as a whole. The work has a photographic look, its depth emerges clearly with lights and shadows, as well as the memories connected to the subject.
Anthony Gerace presents “There Must Be More to Life Than This” which opened last night at Twenty14 Contemporary in Milan. The show is a series comprised of 55 pieces, which was created by Gerace by cutting out tiny squares of paper and meticulously piecing them together. If you’re in Milan between now and January 21st get out to the gallery and take a look.
Fine artist Dave Kinsey is set to unveil some new works to the public in his upcoming solo exhibition “The Modern Condition” at FFDG Gallery in San Francisco on Friday. The Los Angeles based artist is set to exhibit 9 acrylic and collage works on canvas that appear both abstract and portray textured anamorphic figures.
Patrick Bremer was born in Brighton in 1982 and studied painting at Wimbledon College of Art in London. His work predominantly focuses on the figure and portraiture in collage. He is a recipient of The DeLazlo Foundation Award for his portraits from The Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition at The Mall Galleries in London.
Born Thanksgiving eve 1987, Peter Adamyan grew up in Southern California, and blames his ignorance on the education he received from the Los Angeles Unified School District. Television was his father, his mother a constantly running generator, working harder and harder to keep the television set on. His favorite toy growing up was paper and pencil, which he used to draw his favorite cartoon characters and super heroes. Nothing has changed but the cartoon characters and super heroes he chooses to draw. Now Oakland, CA Peter is an artist who uniquely combines religious, political, and popular culture references that he confronts heartily with sardonic humor and surprising twists.
Gallery Nine 5 is pleased to announce our latest exhibition, Brand Loyalty, i’m lovin’ it, curated by Natalie Kates of Natalie Kates Projects. The group show examines the contemporary culture of neo-iconic imagery perpetuated by corporations and the media. Showcasing a wide range of Neo-Pop artists, Brand Loyalty, i’m lovin’ it presents the pervasive nature of logos and brands as they appear literally, humorously, and somberly in everything from sculpture to canvas.