Beautiful, bold subjective art. Compelling imagery, gorgeous work.
by Michael Levin, 2010
powerful photography, fantastic settings.
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it,”
Photography by Lee Jeffries
Black in Deep Red, 1957 by Mark Rothko
Black in Deep Red, 1957 follows the characteristic format of Mark Rothko’s work, in which stacked rectangles of color appear to float within the boundaries of the canvas. By directly staining the canvas with many thin washes of pigment and paying particular attention to the edges where the fields interact, he achieved the effect of light radiating from the image itself. This technique suited Rothko’s metaphysical aims: to offer painting as a doorway into purely spiritual realms, making it as immaterial and evocative as music, and to directly communicate the most essential, raw forms of human emotion.
“Since graduating in 2009, Charlie Anderson has pissed off art collectors, curators, graffiti writers, three world-renowned artists, been threatened by a leading London gallerist, and has been punched in the face by an Edinburgh artist.”
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