Quinn was born in Rome, Italy, a son of the Mexican-American actor Anthony Quinn. Quinn was raise in the United States and Italy and presently lives in Barcelona in Spain. Quinn began practicing art as a painter in the early 1980s when he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in New York City.

 

Lorenzo Quinn, give and take

 Lorenzo Quinn “Give and Take”
Bronze
Height:   € 30.000,- (incl. VAT)

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Velasco Vitali (1960, Bellano), painter and sculptor, lives and works in Milan, and he is famous mainly for his sculptures of dogs, metaphor of a civilization, a ghost town memories, abandoned places. The Velasco works have been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad, including the MACRO (Rome), LKFF Gallery (Brussels, Mazzoli Gallery (Modena), Palazzo Belmonte Riso (Palermo), Palace Reale (Milan) and Milan Cathedral, Galleria Sabauda (Turin).

 Velasco Vitali “Aria 2013”
Material Iron and sheetmetal
270 x 210 x 145   € 20.000,- (excl. VAT)

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 Baptism & Overcoming, from the serie “The Art Of Love”
Material Lambda High Gloss 3mm plexiglass in 4 mm Dibond
150 x 100 cm (ed. 3/9)  € 9.750,- (incl. VAT)
120 x 80 (ed. 3/9) € 7.500,-  (incl.  VAT)

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19532983 – modern living room with brown sofa set

 The Ones III
74,5 x 21 x 11 cm
€  13.500,- (incl.  VAT)

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Sylvia Evers raises a universe that is unmistakably hers. We are guests in her enchanted world whose formulas are known only to her. Reality disappears, only the essence of their being remains. She strives to give shape to the core of existence: vulnerability. That vulnerability of Sylvia’s creatures translates into the use of its materials. From afar, the sculptures show perhaps smooth but up close they turn out to be a soft kind of fluidity, grainy as the dust of chalk.

 

 Pauwengodin
H28 x B22 x D45
€  2200 (incl. 9% VAT)

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 No title,  ceramic and glaze
diameter 40 cm
€  850 (incl. 9% VAT)

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Reliefs 

Besides painting on the flat surface, she looks for possibilities in which she can work spatially in her paintings. In her work rhythm, space and matter are brought together into a unity for which the word painting does not sufficiently cover the meaning. She prefers to speak of wall objects or reliefs. The materials, colors and method used give the impression of lead, zinc or stone. The core of her work is simplicity and structure. The design language used gives the viewer endless space for his personal experience.

 Moment 201
20 x 28 x 4 cm
encaustic on panel
€  695 (incl. 9% VAT)

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 Distance
28 x 32 x 4 cm h
€  995 (incl. 9% VAT)

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 Zomerland
16 x 20 x 4 cm
€  400 (incl. 9% VAT)

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Icons of our unconscious world. Elizabeth Konings portraits have been photographed with a great deal of consideration and they are automatically examined with much attention. The persons seem very lifelike, but extremely realistically photographed. They seem like renaissance portraits, Bellini, Rafael, Holbein. But at the same time painters like Co Westerik or Pyke Koch. She uses the technique of the perspective well. It remains a Dutch signature.

 

 

LIQUID
50 x 50 cm, ed. 10
€ 1.750 (incl. 6 % VAT)

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 DOLL SONNET
50 x 50 cm, ed. 10
€ 1.750 (incl. 6% VAT)

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 RED ROOM
50 x 50 cm, ed. 10
€ 1.750 (incl. 6% VAT)

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XULELI
50 x 50 cm, ed. 10
€ 1.750 (incl. 6% VAT)

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Mary Waters

 

Mary Waters – Woman Red

 

Koen Deleare painting
Johan Tahon sculpture

 

 

Painting: Magnus Plessen

 

Magnus Plessen

 

Sculpture: Cygen, les deux garcons

 

sculpture: les deux garçons

 

 

Photo: Ruud van Empel

 

Photography Ruud van Empel, study-in-green

 

 

Photo: Frank de Mulder

 

Photography: Frank de Mulder

 

Sculpture: Nadine Wottke

 

Sculpture: Nadine Wottke

 

Sculptures: Marjolein Mandersloot

 

Oil paintings Katinka Lampe

 

Photo: Jill Greenberg

 

Photo: Jill Greenberg

 

Sculpture: Hideki Iinuma

 

sculpture: Hideki Iinuma

 

 

 

 

 

Artist: Ingrid Baars

 

‘l’Afrique!’ is a fascinating ongoing project by Ingrid Baars inspired by the richness of African cultural heritage in all its diversity, incorporating as it does both the human and the non-human.The amalgamation of classical African cult objects with fashion and real women enables the artist to transcend the natural and constitute an outer worldly realm that feels near but that is, upon closer inspection, a bit unsettling; the aestheticism and romanticism of beauty are imbued with a deeper sense of awareness, of consciousness. Armed with an innate aesthetic compass and quintessential style she evokes a phantasmagorical universe.Baars unique style of working is a one-person endeavor from the preliminary photo-shoot to the photographic manipulation (merging photography, high-end fashion and traditional African sculpture). Her works are made entirely by her.

 

 

 

 

 

Architectural interior project with photography artworks from:
Ingrid Baars and Georg Kuettinger.

Interior by:
plamen@ltd-interieurstudio.nl

A visit to the exhibition Art021 in Shanghai. A fascinating exhibition with many galleries in Shanghai and Beijing. An overview of specific artworks spotted. We also visited West Bund art & design and the Shanghai Biennale. A stunning location with equally great objects.

 

Xu Zhen @ Madeln gallery

Xu Zhen @ Madeln gallery

 

Matthew Monahan @ Hauser & Wirth

Matthew Monahan @ Hauser & Wirth

 

Su Xiaobai Oli, lacquer, linen, emulsion and wood 177 x 170 x 10 cm

Su Xiaobai
Oli, lacquer, linen, emulsion and wood
177 x 170 x 10 cm

 

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Boers-Li gallery

Boers-Li gallery

 

Wang Xingwei Bronze 86 x 56 x 23 cm

Wang Xingwei
Bronze
86 x 56 x 23 cm

 

Westbund, Holzwege 2016 Xu Zhen, Eternity, reclining woman

Westbund, Holzwege 2016
Xu Zhen,
Eternity, reclining woman

 

Ging Jianyi The Second State, 1987 Oil on canvas. 130 x 196 c

Ging Jianyi
The Second State, 1987
Oil on canvas. 130 x 196 cm

 

Sadie Coles black yellow red mountain, 2016 painted stone, stainless steel, pedestal. 190.5 x 50 x 60 cm. Unique

Sadie Coles
black yellow red mountain, 2016
painted stone, stainless steel, pedestal.
190.5 x 50 x 60 cm. Unique

 

Why Not Ask Again / 11th Shanghai Biennale
In the Chinese philosophical system known as feng shui, literally wind and water, qi, the metaphysical force of unity, is carried and dispersed on the wind. Water brings qi to rest. In the 11th Shanghai Biennale there are many such light breezes, enhancing works that play on all the senses.

Many works create ambiances with odor, surface texture, motion, illumination or proximity, making these elements just as important as sound and vision. For example, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu’s So Far (2016) presents a whiff of mineral fuel amid two forklifts arranged face-to-face in a tug of war. They are parked close to the entrance of the Power Station of Art, the Biennale’s primary site, so that they obstruct access to the vast atrium. Three sealed eggs, composed of ceramic crocks joined by their rims, are braced in chains between the trucks. The drama implied refers to Otto von Guericke’s experiment demonstrating atmospheric pressure. This was spectacularly performed in 1654 when thirty horses attempted to separate two copper hemispheres with a vacuum inside. The current work is even more elaborate, yet by replacing the hot bodies of sixteen snorting horses with cold machines, and the plasticity of copper with vitrified material and silicone sealant, the awe of grasping the science of air pressure is dissipated. Gone too is the culture of labor that later led the Levi’s jeans brand to use a logo depicting horses pitted against the resilience of the company’s product, likely inspired by an image of the experiment. So Far is a memorial to praxis. But, today visitors cannot enter through the implied arch; they have to go around.

 

 

Wang Haichuan, “Seven Days” (2013). Courtesy the Artist and Power Station of Art, Shanghai.

 

Chen Zhe
Remembering the forgotten, forgetting the remembered