Portraiture emerged as one of the most prominent genres of depictive media early in the history of the visual arts, and the tacit or explicit rules, conventions and cultural expectations have always influenced the ways by which artists approached the genre. Photography is no exception; numerous different and characteristic styles of portraiture emerged throughout the history of the medium. Today we live in an exciting new era for portraiture. There has never been a time in human history when so many portraits and self-portraits were produced day after day as in the era of digital technologies. Photographers have responded to the cultural, social and technological changes by reinterpreting the age-old genre of portraiture, and it is always an exciting and rewarding task to organize an exhibition for some of the recent achievements in the field.
Andrea Abonyi (Pasadena, CA, USA), Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Andreea Andrei (Chertsey, UK), Norman Aragones (San Jose, CA, USA), Jeremy Bach (Canandaigua, NY, USA), Emmanuelle Becker (Paris, France), Stu Bloom (Fairfield, CT, USA), Marco Bordignon (Accra, Ghana), Lynne Breitfeller (Emerson, NJ, USA), Nancy Stalnaker Bundy (Minneapolis, MN, USA), Catherine Caddigan (Randolph, MA, USA), Matteo Capone (Rome, Italy), Jenny Chernansky (New Orleans, LA, USA), CSI Csapó Ida (Budapest, Hungary), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Frédéric Deschênes (Montréal, Québec, Canada), Peter Devenyi (Ottawa, Canada), DK (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Sylvie Domergue (Antananarivo, Madagascar), Michael Epps (New York, NY, USA), Miren Etcheverry (Cambridge, MA, USA), Christopher Fluder (New York, NY, USA), Sari Fried-Fiori (Katy, TX, USA), Anita M. Garza (Kokomo, IN, USA), Paul Gravett (New Westminster, BC, Canada), Leena Holmström (Oulu, Finland), Ashley Howard (Newton, MA, USA), Erin Jennings (Memphis, TN, USA), Gary Justis (Bloomington, IL, USA), Phanuphan Kitsawaeng (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Angelika Kollin (Riverview, FL, USA), John Kosmer (Fly Creek, NY, USA), Ladka Kurzrock (Sydney, Australia), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Shifra Levyathan (Ramat-Gan, Israel), Roddy MacInnes (Denver, CO, USA), Joanna Madloch (Montclair, NJ, USA), Tomislav Marcijuš (Osijek, Croatia), Benny Migliorino (Migs) (Patchogue, NY, USA), Janet Milhomme (Los Angeles, CA, USA), CA, USA), Sabine Nagel (frau_odysseus) (Potsdam, Germany), Laila Nahar (Folsom, CA, USA), Stefan Neagu (Onesti, Romania), Clare Newton (London, UK), Lorraine Ning (Chicago, IL, USA), Susan Reyman (Chicago, IL, USA), Inna Rogatchi (Turku, Finland), Marian Rubin (Montclair, NJ, USA), Miranda Schmitz (Lier, Belgium), Krisztina Szalmás (Budapest, Hungary), Tamás Varga (Budapest, Hungary), Silvia Vaulà (Torino, Italy), Eddy Verloes (Boutersem, Belgium), Juan Pablo Vivanco (Ciudad de México, México), Chun Wang (Brooklyn, NY, USA), Jared Witherspoon (St. Louis, MO, USA), Georg Worecki (Daleiden, Germany), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Root Yarden (Upper Galilee, Israel)
The major cultural event of the spring to discover a collection of masterpieces
The unmissable Art exhibition of the French Riviera, Nice Art Expo exhibits on more than 4000 m2, international artists and famous galleries, selected by a committee of experts. Contemporary Art at its best, a real delight for the viewers.
Opening evening on Friday April 8th at 7 pm.Some artist art work are being exhibited downtown on outside spaces.
The ‘Butterfly Effect’ idea shines a light on how a simple action, such as the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in one part of the planet, can spark a cascade of events around the globe. The ‘Butterfly Effect’ concept originated from Edward Lorenz’s Chaos Theory, which explored the idea that no matter who you are, you can significantly impact the world. Art impacts society by altering people’s opinions, instilling ideals, and transferring experiences across places and time. Art can affect social change; it can provide people with a voice. Art has the power to arouse emotions in those who see it, leading them to rally for change.
Statement Always try to push the borders [of creativity] Photography always has been part of my life. In the beginning chaotic, just pushing the button. Nowadays I am working concepitonelly and in series being trained by my economic education in analytical and structured processes which has been transferred to my artistic approach. Most of my series are ongoing projects, partly over a long time. Art arises of doing, may it be trial and error in the beginning. Yet once the result found this way is pursued and refined. Art shall inspire and raise questions.The presented art works are of 2 series: good old times vanishing and Moda. Measurement is in cm, all art works are Ed 5 + AP.
pantoART Atelier und Galerie lädt zur Vernissage der Charity-Ausstellung “CF…na und? – Lebe Dein Leben!”” am 25.02.2022 von 18:00-22:00 Uhr
Eröffnung: 19:00 Uhr Dauer der Ausstellung: 25.-27.02.2022 Öffnungszeiten: 26. + 27.02.2022 von 15:00-18:00 Uhr
Bitte die “3G- Regel” beachten!
Eines von 3000 Neugeborenen leidet an der häufigsten, angeborene Stoffwechselerkrankung Cystische Fibrose (Mukoviszidose), kurz CF. CF ist eine Multiorganerkrankung, bei deren Verlauf zäher Schleim die Drüsen im Körper verstopft. Dank der medizinischen Forschung und neuer Medikamente hat sich die Lebenserwartung dieser Kinder in den letzten Jahrzehnten deutlich gebessert, sodass die meisten Kinder das Erwachsenenalter erreichen. Ursächlich ist die Erkrankung aber immer noch unheilbar. Lediglich eine Organtransplantation kann die Lebenszeit der Betroffenen verlängern.
Aufgrund der Initiative des Künstlers Martin Luisi und der 22-jährigen Betroffenen Lisa Polt ist die Idee entstanden, mittels einer Charity-Ausstellung medienwirksam auf diese genetische Erkrankung aufmerksam zu machen. Der Reinerlös aus dem Verkauf der Kunstobjekte der Charity-Ausstellung soll über den Verein CF-Hilfe Wien, NÖ, N-Bgld – einer wichtigen Anlaufstelle für Betroffene – direkt betroffenen Kindern und deren Familie zugute kommen.
In der Ausstellung werden ausgewählte Werke von insgesamt 15 zeitgenössischen Künstlerinnen und Künstlern aus den Bereichen Malerei, Grafik, Collage, Mixed-Media, und Fotografie gezeigt und zum guten Zweck verkauft.
Mit Werken von: Franziska BRUCKNER Georg BRZOBOHATY Paul DELPANI Theresia ERÖS Linda GAENSZLE HOBE Ivana KOKANOVIC Martin LUISI Elisabeth NAGY Antonella QUACCHIA Daniela ROHRER Harald TOBITSCH Panto TRIVKOVIC Jutta WENTH Berthild ZIERL
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emerging and mid-career artists 22 February – 21 March 2022
opening 23 February at 11 pm
Jose Ignacio Hernandez
Fahmida Enam Kakoli
Ling Li Wang
PAUL DELPANI, AUSTRIA
Paul Delpani is an artist from Vienna, Austria. Born in 1966
Austria is a place of tradition and art, which is surrounding you everywhere. It is this special environment which gave rise to Paul Delpanis career. Always keen on understanding and questioning circumstances, ambience and interconnectedness, he focuses on photography and digital media to depict all this.In a combination of analytic and procedual methods and with the eagerness to find a stylistic experimation, Paul Delpani researches the potential of photography, starting from alternative processes, namely cyanotypes to digital painting. Trained on processes he uses photography conceptionally, mainly thinking in series giving a meaning.He exhibits since 2000, concentrating on international exhibitions since 2016 and took part in various Group and Solo exhibitions internationally and nationally, such as Texas, New York, London, Scotland, Bangkok, Budapest, Venice, Nice (France) but also Vienna.Participation in photo festivals in Spain and Vienna, Honorable mentions and prizes in competitions.His artwork is also represented in collections in Europe.
The show encompassed a range of artistic styles and mediums (oil on canvas, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, gouache, graphite, ink, collage, photography, digital). Each submission has been judged based on the following elements of artistic expression: orginality and quality of art, overall design, creativity, interpretation of the theme, demonstration of artistic ability and usage of medium. Out of all entries, 134 artworks were shortlisted for inclusion in the show. The competition attracted entries from many countries across the world: USA, Canada, Austria, Russia, Croatia, Poland, France, China, Italy, Australia, United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Qatar, New Zealand, Estonia, Israel, Germany, Mexico and Slovakia. Enjoy the show and thank you for expressing an interest in our competition.
Grey Cube Gallery proudly presents the third Nature show for the month of February 2022.
The show encompassed a range of artistic styles and mediums (oil on canvas, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, colored pencil, collage, photography, digital).
Each submission has been judged based on the following elements of artistic expression: orginality and quality of art, overall design, creativity, interpretation of the theme, demonstration of artistic ability and usage of medium. Out of all entries, 99 artworks were shortlisted for inclusion in the show. The competition attracted entries from many countries across the world: USA, Austria, France, Ireland, Italy, Taiwan, Australia, Canada, Russia, Germany, Japan, Panama, Slovakia and Singapore. Enjoy the show and thank you for expressing an interest in our competition.
Nature is a widespread topic – from the beauty of plants and landscape to cliffy and dangerrous suroundings. The art works presented are from my infrared series. By using full spectrum photography your view is tricked and broadened, you even may gain “insights”. In the beginning chaotic, just pushing the button. Nowadays I am working concepitonelly and in series being trained by my economic education in analytical and structured processes which has been transferred to my artistic approach. Most of my series are ongoing projects, partly over a long time. Art arises of doing, may it be trial and error in the beginning. Yet once the result found this way is pursued and refined. Art shall inspire and raise questions.