A cartooned personalised dystopia with a stylistic selection of grand themes; politics, sex and violence in a bleak but colourful yet sometimes neon existence.
Splattered with defiant humour and human observations, his image’s uncomfortably swing between cartoons and art.Those that make the later category are held up by weightier issues and a more succinct point at their heart.(and with images rather than words) Still don’t let that put you of enjoying them for what they are.
Recent paintings and watercolors by Gudmundur Gudmundsson (pseudonym Erro one of Iceland’s foremost contemporary artists), is on at the Mayor Gallery on Cork st worth a look.
James Robert White
It shows the richness of London’s gallery scene that you can – as always, it seems – see easy as you like an impressive selection of late 20th century Italian art (at Cortesi, Thomas Dane, Luxembourg & Dayan, Mazzoleni, M&L, Partners & Mucciaccia, Robilant + Voena and Tornabuoni) and also, during this ‘Asian Art Week’, a wide-ranging survey of a different market sector.
I was surprised to find not just two exhibitions within two hundred meters in which upcoming artists make effective yet contrasting uses of mesh
Then I will have a stand in a Street Market in the north of France (Braderie de Roubaix), before flying to Colombia, my wife’s country, where I’m planning to partner with locals street artists.
Erró (n.1932), “Baby Rockefeller”, 200 x 300 cm; 78 ¾ x 118 1/8 in. Exécuté en 1962-1963. Executed in 1962-1963. […]