☛ Dan Witz: “70 commercial street”, 40″x54″, 2010, from the Mosh Pits (Human and Otherwise) series. About the artist: Dan Witz is one of the most prolific artists working on the streets of New York City today. With a career that dates back to the 1970s, he continues through each project to refine his technique […]
☛Initial Access: “Between Men and Animal” by Yue Minjun, oil on canvas, 280cm x 400cm, 2005 From Initial Access, the Frank Cohen collection: Minjun’s toothy faces have been likened to the expansive smiles of fashion models or faces in a toothpaste commercial but, although they have their origins in advertising and are based upon a […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on November 25, 2010 ― Published in Art, Painting | Tagged: ambiguity, animal, capitalism, China, communism, cynical realism, cynicism, distance, happiness, history, indifference, man, neutral, Politic, realism, representation, suspension
A post about Antonio López García, Spanish painter, depicting one of his pencil drawing: “Woman in the Bathtub”. The drawing is a realistic rendition of the naked body of a woman immerse in a bathtub half-filled with water.
The painting of Michael Ward