Archive for December, 2012

Sofia Dorotea Kukkonen. Antiqued Artistry at Agora Gallery

Sofia Dorotea Kukkonen. Antiqued Artistry at Agora Gallery

| December 15, 2012

Her work steeped in classicism and traditionalism, Finnish artist Sofia Dorotea Kukkonen articulates the quiet yet ardently affecting beauty of Greek statues and motifs in a fresh, contemporary manner. Sofia Dorotea Kukkonen Nike 3 With a meticulous dedication to the human anatomy and its nuance, Kukkonen utilizes a mix of media such as oil paints, […]

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Institut Valencia d’Art Modern presents America, America. exhibition

| December 15, 2012

Institut Valencia d’Art Modern (IVAM) presents America, America. an exhibition on view Dec 12 – Feb 24, 2013. Since its transformation into an irrefutably dominant power after the Second World War, the lifestyle model and cultural production of the United States have sporadically been both the object of fascination and of profound rejection amongst the […]

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Silvio Natali’s Visions of the Fantastic at Agora Gallery

Silvio Natali’s Visions of the Fantastic at Agora Gallery

| December 15, 2012

Silvio Natali’s unique style of painting draws upon a strong sense of line and color, building compositions of landscapes, still lifes and crowds into a dazzling and psychedelic vision. Silvio Natali C’e la Finale Crisp black outlines give structure and solidity to these boldly hued fields of rich and rhythmic patterning, creating a visual spectacle […]

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Ringling Museum of Art presents Paolo Veronese exhibition

Ringling Museum of Art presents Paolo Veronese exhibition

| December 12, 2012

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art opens Paolo Veronese. A Master and His Workshop in Renaissance Venice, an exhibition on view through April 14, 2013. Paolo Veronese, Rest on the Flight into Egypt, ca. 1570, oil on canvas, Bequest of John Ringling, 1936, SN 82, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, […]

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Eduardo D. Rubin’s Humanistic Photography at Agora Gallery

Eduardo D. Rubin’s Humanistic Photography at Agora Gallery

| December 12, 2012

Photographer Eduardo D. Rubin seeks to reveal the sorrows and strengths of humanity and the cities in which we live through his work. His photographs are poignant and sensitive, capturing a wide variety of moods and emotions across a varied range of subject matter. Rubin’s incredible use of composition and contrast, taken together with his […]

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David Renn. Creating Imaginative Landscapes That Encourage Us to Dream at Agora Gallery

David Renn. Creating Imaginative Landscapes That Encourage Us to Dream at Agora Gallery

| December 12, 2012

Australian artist David Renn paints ambitious, expansive images that share stories with the viewer, combining slightly surreal and whimsical elements with a careful attention to detail. Within each painting, he re-creates a world that reflects a simpler, more imaginative and holistic approach to everyday life. Beautiful, harmonious color schemes convey a wistful undertone, while his […]

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