Painter: Acsai Anna
My art refers to surrealism, in a broad sense, Broad, because I have excluded typical surrealistic landscape and reached to the simplified image, to the form of the poster. Unraveling leading ideas in my paintings allows me to communicate freely with recipients and to guide them trough symbolic reality of my art.
“Abstract steel sculptor Inge King was born in Berlin and trained at the Berlin Academy from 1937 to 1938 and later at the Royal Academy School (on a scholarship) in London in 1940 and the Glasgow School of Art (on bursary) from 1941 to 1943. King taught art in Glasgow and London from 1944 to 1949, during which…
“From the engineering field he took
information about perspective, the sense of proportion, volumetric units
and he was taught the lesson about colour, as any plastic artist, from
the succession of seasons, reason for which he called one of his
exhibitions as “Seasons”.
The painter has around 30 personal…
“A leading modernist painter, Ralph Balson is credited with holding the first solo exhibition of purely abstract work in Australia. Linked with a small group of artists pursuing modernism in Sydney from the early 1930s, he was exceptional in his development towards an entirely non-objective form of painting over…
William Brice (April 23, 1921 – March 3, 2008) was an artist known for his large-scale abstract paintings.Born to actress Fannie Brice and professional gambler Nick Arnstein, April 23, 1921, he spent his early years living with his mother and his sister Frances (later the wife of producer Ray Stark), while their…
Akan David - is an Enigmatic African Artist , currently residing in
Nigeria his works ofart thrives mainly on Afro-Cultural, spiritual,
psychological issues,mythological tales, sensuality and folklores.
Although having multi-techniques in art he predominantly explores traditional painting using surrealism,…
Drager Meurtant (1951, The Netherlands) has been active as “composer” and creative writer since 1980. In the more than three decades since his training as as veterinarian-biomedical researcher these creations were in the shape of scientific publications and – in free time – as poems. In more recent years (and…
from the yet to be a loving peace transpireth, a silent stage devoid
all sound where no earthly thought has yet dwelt.
Of virgin space untouched, invisible and unseen, gently carressing hopes’ event horizon in shrouded mystery.
The quiet beat of a distant drummer draws me toward the void ; the faint…
Renzo Vespignani (1924 - 26 April 2001)was an Italian painter, printmaker and illustrator. Vespignani illustrated the works of Boccaccio, Kafka and T. S. Eliot, among others.In 1956, he co-founded the magazine Citta Aperta (“City Opened”) and in 1963, co-founded the group II Pro e II Contro (Pro and Con) for…
Steven Parrino (1958 – 2005) was an American artist and musician associated with energetic punk nihilism. He is best known for creating big modernist monochrome paintings (his colors were limited to monochrome black (or black-and-white), orange, red, blue, and silver) that he violently slashed, torn or twisted…
Ralf Winkler, alias A. R. Penck, Mike
Hammer, T. M., Mickey Spilane, Theodor Marx, “a. Y.” or just “Y” (5
October 1939 – 2 May 2017) was a German painter, printmaker, sculptor,
and jazz drumme
Penck was born in Dresden, Germany. In his early teens he took painting and drawing lessons with Jürgen Böttcher, known…
“Felix Gonzalez-Torres, original name Félix González-Torres (born Nov. 26, 1957, Guáimaro, Cuba—died Jan. 9, 1996, Miami, Fla., U.S.), Cuban-born American sculptor, photographer, and conceptual artist known for work in a variety of media that addresses issues of identity, desire, originality, loss, the metaphor…
Walter Joseph De Maria (October 1, 1935 – July 25, 2013) was an American artist, sculptor, illustrator and composer, who lived and worked in New York City. Walter de Maria’s artistic practice is connected with Minimal art, Conceptual art, and Land art of the 1960s.LACMA director Michael Govan said that “I think…
“Denis Young, born in 1971 in Eindhoven,
is a certified screen-printer by profession. Becoming fascinated by
abstract and figurative art at an early age, has enjoyed painting,
drawing and air-brushing ever since.
Denis started in 1997 at the Art Academy of Arendonk (Belgium), where he specialized in painting with…
Chen Zhen (1955 – 13 December 2000) was a
Chinese-French conceptual artist known for his large-scale sculptures
and installations such as La Danse de la fontaine émergente in Paris. He
is recognized as one of the most important Chinese artists since the
Born in Shanghai and educated in Shanghai and Paris,…
artist and pedagogue, Leszek Knaflewski was born in Poznań on the 8th of
May, 1960. He created installations, objects, photographs, drawings,
video works and sound performances. From the 1990s, he split his
activity between visual arts and music. He died suddenly on the 6th of
Anti-fashion is an umbrella term for various styles of dress which are explicitly contrary to the fashion of the day. Anti-fashion styles may represent an attitude of indifference or may arise from political or practical goals which make fashion a secondary priority. The term is sometimes even used for styles…
Ghitta Caiserman-Roth (March 2, 1923 –
November 25, 2005) was a Canadian artist. She was a founder of the
Montreal Artist School and has work in the National Gallery of Canada.
Caiserman Roth was also a member of the Royal Canadian Academy (RCA) and
the first artist to receive the Governor General Award.
Gerard Ernest Schneider (1896–1986) was a Swiss painter.
A major pioneer of Lyrical Abstraction, a gestural and personal form of abstraction, along with Hans Hartung and Pierre Soulages, Gérard Schneider was shown in Paris at the Galerie Louis Carré as early as 1950.
From 1955 to 1960, Schneider’s work was…