|other path for his artistic expression; he doesn’t have to bother with material explorations – he can get to the heart of the work, tapping into subjects that resonate with him, into the deep essence....|
|fter layer of historical depth found on ancient Greek vessels. The drawings question the content that express the mood of our time? Historical pots of the present? Of identity, nationality and gender?...|
|tion between its two principals, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, whose immersion in the worlds of design and street art animate the dualities and insouciant contradictions for which they are known....|
|tists bring up relevant questions on the status of the worker and his adaptation to the changes in the age of revolutions in the ideological-social state of mind and technological-digital advancement....|
|e its intrinsic aesthetics, but this is not the case here. The artist manages to sustain the statement with all its intensity, without watering down the sensations and the bulk-delivered information. ...|
|ings—to the injustice of society towards the helpless and the outcast. Her works, drawn in a skillful line from a personal point of view, become a barometer of society, of a specific time and setting....|
|eir own magic, and those small drawings them-selves can stand alone as complete piece of art. These delicate footnotes almost disappear in the entirety of the painting; the vibrant colours covering la...|
|heir clarity is like a common thread, characterizing most of her paintings. To anyone who knows her and her vivacious, positive character, such brightness of color beautifully encapsulates her spirit....|
|;different life," coded information that is useless and unknown to us, and paints on the surface situations in which she concentrates her thoughts, on the here and now.
Curator: Vera Pilpoul
|upon some additional questions concerning the artist’s inner world.
Hana Barak Engel
Poems: The Flawed Bell , Out of the Depths Have I Cried, from “The Flowers of Evil” by Charles Baudelaire