By combining delicate, decorative imagery with bold geometric shapes and primary colours, Monster illustrates the complex, yet confused mind of a serial killer.
Where pressure takes place, life manifests a great survival desire and energy.
The central theme of Omer Fast’s films is man’s treatment of himself. The artist is interested in what we do with our lives, how we distort them, how we allow ourselves to be deformed and to succumb to harmful circumstances.
MACBA presents, for the first time in a museum, the graphic work of Osvaldo Lamborghini, one of the most unclassifiable and emblematic authors of contemporary Argentine literature.
Franceschini harnesses the illusionist potential of motion pictures to animate the inanimate. Her favourite shooting grounds are the sites of industrial production in the widest sense, from factories and workshops to funfairs.
We understand “Utopia” as an always incomplete alternative, the invocation within the given world of something incompatible with, and hostile to given conditions.
Each painting is an independent work but they are all linked with threads and colours and composition, allowing the viewer to glide in this incredible world.
Silvia Levenson uses objects and images to say what is generally not said aloud, either because the subject of domestic violence is considered taboo or because of the potential shame and fear of retribution or harm to the accuser.
Through an extensive use of CGI techniques commercial photography and post-production, the show RIGGED highlights the labor inherent in the creation of images, looking at the position the female body has occupied in the history of digital image technology.
On 21 November 2013, the protests began on the Maidan, Independence Square, in Kiev.