I discovered the art of Kevin Bourgeois yesterday while browsing the Chelsea galleries, utilizing the combination of socio-political messages with a formal technique and aesthetically appealing product to transgress the association of socially explorative art with messiness and lack of pleasure.
Indianapolis based new Artist/Printmaker Aaron Coleman contacted Trendland yesterday to introduce us to his work. Coleman uses technology to create these complex geometric patterns and textures, printing them using intaglio, silkscreen and lithographic techniques.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, artist/painter Seth Armstrong learned ancient painting techniques in Northern Holland, before receiving a BFA from The California College Of The Arts. A really interesting kind of art, mixing hyper-realistic with surrealist. A lot of
Strongly inspired by pop culture, Finnish artist Jiri Geller defines himself as “an outsider, a punk rocker”. Geller is also an artist who has both managed to stay close to Finnish aesthetic strengths and traditions and also detonate his own unique brand of post-national, mind-fucker nihilism.
Ian Francis is one of the first artist we ever reviewed on Trendland, almost 5 years later, Francis continues painting beautiful mixed media pieces, and he has just started his first one-man show at the Joshua Liner gallery and marks his solo debut in New York. The Fireland exhibition started March 3rd until April 2nd.
Abstract painter and curator, Matthew Deleget has an interesting way of using canvas. Deleget holds an MFA in Painting and an MS in Theory, Criticism and History of Art, Design and Architecture from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. Read his statement below.
The theme of Japaneses artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi work is “the physical that permeates into the art piece.” Laser print mounted with plexiglass acrylic and layered in a way that it all come up as some intriguing sculpture installations. ” In a foggy landscape, we no longer see what we are usually able to see – […]
German artist Martin Pfeifle‘s art installation always relate to their environment, the exhibition space itself becomes his art piece while allowing viewers to move around it. During the last couple years, Martin has created some beautiful installations always playing with colors and geometric elements.
Dutch Designer Sebastiaan Straatsma latest ‘Dustcollectors’ vases are inspired by Japanese Manga / Dai Kaiju. Produced for the Parisian Tools Gallery, nine vases of various sizes are currently exposed in the gallery, six others will join them later.