Cutting Through Layers of Photographs to Reveal Other Times and Spaces. Capturing multiple photographs in exactly the same place, but not quite the same situation, German artist Michel Lamoller places the images into a stack.
Then he cuts through to the layers below, selectively revealing portions of the scene and merging them into one image. The result is an incredibly different view of our world, one that not only overlaps time, but space as well. [see_also] Cutting Through Layers of Photographs to Reveal Other Times and Spaces. Meer dan 1000 afbeeldingen over Angles op Pinterest. De ideeëncatalogus voor iedereen. Video's, Draaitafel and Muziekinstrumenten on Pinterest. Collages and Gezichten on Pinterest. Video's, Draaitafel and Muziekinstrumenten on Pinterest. Renaud Delorme Auction Results - Renaud Delorme on artnet. » Justina. Zac Freeman assembled junk portraits - UPCYCLIST. Zac Freeman‘s portraits are made of assembled found objects, disposable goods and leftover junk.
Each work offers the viewer a realistic portrait from a distance which on closer inspection emerges into a fascinating collection of objects. The ephemera chosen is key to what the artist is trying to communicate. Freeman believes junk has a powerful presence because the items (e.g. grey film canister tops and iPhones) existed in a time and place.
The portraits therefore act as a time capsule reflecting the culture we live in. Pictured above ‘Justin’ (2011) Geweldig, Halloweenmake-up and Make-up on Pinterest. Benjamin shine sculpts entwined ribbon portraits for his own wedding. Mar 09, 2015 benjamin shine sculpts entwined ribbon portraits for his own wedding benjamin shine sculpts entwined ribbon portraits for his own weddingphoto by lilli waters sculpted by artist and designer benjamin shine for his own recent wedding, ‘entwined’ celebrates the couples journey together and the idea of two souls taking physical form and sharing every twist and turn along the way.
Benjamin shine's ghostly tulle portrait for maison margiela. Feb 01, 2017 benjamin shine sculpts ghostly tulle portrait for maison margiela couture coat for the maison margiela artisanal show at paris couture fashion week 2017, artist benjamin shine collaborated with fashion designer john galliano to create a ghostly portrait made of tulle. taking shape on an all-white trench coat, the dark mesh material seemingly escapes from the garment, wrapping around the model’s silhouette to reveal an intricately-crafted female face. in the making of the figure, shine worked closely with galliano over several months, eventually sculpting the figure over the course of more than 300 hours. the dark mesh material seemingly escapes from the garment.
Aldo tolino folds portraits into geometric facial landscapes. Oct 28, 2013 aldo tolino folds portraits into geometric facial landscapes aldo tolino folds portraits into geometric facial landscapes all images courtesy of aldo tolino.
Angelika J. Trojnarski « why not? The sewn collages by Angelika J.
Trojinarski… Search Mad for creative food? Join my sister site! Random Posts. We Find Wildness. Sewn collages by ANGELIKA J.TROJNARSKI ANGELIKA J.TROJNARSKI‘ sewn collages depict desolate personal and cultural landscapes, and the barbed-wire evidence of the human footprint.
She reminds us without an overwhelmingly political bent that sight and memory are both grossly faulty modes of perception, but they’re all we have with which to hold the world. ANGELIKA J.TROJNARSKI was born in Mragowo, Poland, and studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf since 2004. She lives and works in Düsseldorf. Angelika j trojnarski. Angelika j trojnarski. Women: Eroticized, Idealized & Objectified. I believe I speak for all women, and very few men, when I say I know what it feels like to self-objectify.
But how do I know I’m self-objectifying? Well, I ask myself this: “Do I think that the prettier I look, the more lovable I am?” In other words, have I somehow learned that if I get my hair and makeup just right, and if I hide all of the flaws on my body well enough, and if I am passive and doll-like enough, then he’ll fall for me harder or want me more? Misty Copeland Elegantly Recreates the Iconic Ballet Paintings of Edgar Degas.
The stunning Misty Copeland is once again changing up the way we look at the world of ballet and art.
The first African-American woman to be named a principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, Copeland’s unlikely rise to fame has not stopped her from becoming one of the most inspirational dance stories of our time. In a new photo shoot done in collaboration with Harper’s Bazaar, Copeland recreates some of Edgar Degas’ iconic ballet artworks, exploring the intricacies within the world of dance. Degas created many pieces that celebrate the beauty of ballet. Foregoing the idealized images of delicate creatures on stage, Degas typically focused on the labour, athleticism, and the training process involved by painting what went on backstage.
The Body Beautiful: The Classical Ideal in Ancient Greek Art. Photo LONDON — Energy, movement and impetus within stillness; line, harmony and proportion: These things, so vital in the art of dance, also pervade “Defining Beauty: The Body in Ancient Greek Art,” now at the British Museum.
What this exhibition shows is that the body in movement, both realistic and transcendent, was at the center of Greek art and thought. The British Museum has always been a place for dance people; Isadora Duncan famously derived inspiration from its Elgin marbles (taken, controversially, in the 19th century from the Parthenon in Athens). The Art History Webring - This webring lists sites that are about art history and famous artists. - - - - - Art movements Postmodernism, Modernism.