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"Eyes as Big as Plates # Phetsavath (2013), France. 60 x 50 cm, Digital C-type. Daredeviling it with Phetsavath at the edge of a mountaintop in the majestic Combe Lavaux Réserve Naturelle in Bourgogne, we spent hours waiting for clouds to arrive. As the sun was in a ruthless mood this September afternoon, we descended back to the shadows of the forest where we finally found our chief. “
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"Harmonies" Oil Pastel, Resin, Paper Towels, and acrylic on Panel, 40” x 49” “Harmonies” uses a grid as a symbol for civilized human culture. My interest is turning this grid into a free form like water, disrupting the calm familiar by throwing a stone into the water... Out of chaos comes order, and somewhere in between the two, I have found striking beauty.
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In The Clutches Of Tennessee
5x4 feet
acrylic, c
In The Clutches Of Tennessee 5x4 feet acrylic, collage, colored pencil, and oil on paper mounted to panel For more information about the work of Amir H. Fallah go to: Amirhfallah.com, Gallerywendinorris.com, and Thethirdline.com
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Catching Koi, photomontage, 14
Catching Koi, photomontage, 14", 20", and 30" square, http://www.tomchambersphoto.com/portfolio_animal_visions.html
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“RTZ”, 60” x 48”, acrylic and acrylic spra
“RTZ”, 60” x 48”, acrylic and acrylic spray paint on canvas, 2013. “The Forest From the Trees” – an exhibition curtated by Joshua Dildine and Chris Trueman at White Box Contemporary http://whiteboxcontemporary.com in San Diego.
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Maloyn Chatelin, Brest France 2011, digital C-prin
Maloyn Chatelin, Brest France 2011, digital C-print, 49 x 35 Inch Act is the result of Darzacq’s long work with handicapped persons. Though some of the subjects are also actors, athletes and dancers, each has asserted their individuality far beyond the assigned label of handicapped person. Denis Darzacq is well aware of the difference handicaps create. But this difference is also expressed in the assertion of a highly sensitive mental world. The acting is enhanced by the subjects’ spontaneity and eccentricity as they interact with their surroundings, resulting in a strongly dream-like element.
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To the Left of Me (Exodus Project), 2014. Joshua T
To the Left of Me (Exodus Project), 2014. Joshua Tree, CA. Preliminary work for an upcoming solo show at Shulamit Gallery: Spring, 2015. Digital photograph. ExodusJoshuaTree.com I am currently working on a year-long project, which began in Joshua Tree, CA. I collected preliminary reference materials and DV footage while sustaining a daily regimen of Kabbalah meditation. I will be presenting my first video work in an installation that will accompany the resulting paintings in my solo show in the spring of 2015 at Shulamit Gallery in Venice, CA. The project website can be found at ExodusJoshuaTree.com.
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Rachel Mason, Podium (montage), 62 x 24 x 18 inche
Rachel Mason, Podium (montage), 62 x 24 x 18 inches, wood and plaster. 2008. Courtesy the artist and envoy enterprises. Casts of hands of politicians during political speeches at election campaigns. http://www.envoyenterprises.com/#artists=mason
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Blue Hour, oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
Blue Hour, oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
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Large Nude with Several Pictures of Herself, 2011,
Large Nude with Several Pictures of Herself, 2011, 35x 59, oil on wood
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