Ronin Cho, Fair Idle, 2012, 50x70x105cm, sand, steel, resin, motor, micro-processor.
Gigi Cifali, from New Vesuvian Landscapes, 2011, 100x100cm
John Ryan, Rot, 2011, 29x21cm Oil and Glass on Card and Frame.
17th August – 30th September, 2012
Contemporary Visions presents 10 contemporary international artists (selected from an pool of nearly 1800 applicants worldwide) who each question the destability of the image and of presence. The collective point of departure for each of the artists is precisely how a vision of reality becomes translated through the artistic frame of reference. The selected artists perceive reality as something that has been fragmented, reconstructed, and destabilized.
The exhibition includes: Matthew Allen, Gigi Cifali, Ronin Cho, Zavier Ellis, Rebecca Griffiths, Lindsay Mapes, Nigel Massey, Renato & Roberto Miaz, John Ryan, Fleur Van Dodewaard.
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Renato & Roberto Miaz Portrait dArtiste No.1, 2011, oil and acrylic on canvas, 130x100cm
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