6 de mayo de 2018

Art exhibition, Masterpieces of Russian graphics from the collection of the State Historical Museum

Adolf Iosifovich Charlemagne (1826-1901) - Episode of the coronation of Emperor Nicholas II - 1896 | State Historical Museum collection | watercolors, artworks, art pictures | iconoCero
Adolf Iosifovich Charlemagne (1826-1901)
Episode of the coronation of Emperor Nicholas II, 1896.

In the spirit of the monarchical Russia of the end of the XIX century is time to celebrate. The main square of the city has been embellished: corridors are dressed in beautiful red carpets, people everywhere has been organized according with its social status in an aesthetical order that catch the looks; sentinels are deployed all over the place in metrical synchrony, they protect, bow and adorn, they are symbols of power as the lions in front of the magnificent buildings. The day is clear and the gentlemen of army forces are there to support the new commander.

27 de abril de 2018

“The Messenger”, Goncalo Mabunda at the Jack Bell Gallery, London

Goncalo Mabunda - The Messenger - Jack Bell Gallery - April 2018 - Installation View
Goncalo Mabunda - The Messenger - Jack Bell Gallery - April 2018 - Installation View


Sometimes, we could give to human spirit the opportunity of reconstruction, from heart to mind, the circumstances of societies decay are always against the new perspectives of development of those who only have received, from modernity, a slap without white glove. Africa, always surviving with its bleeding wounds, it has been the constant example of an amplified ambitious; locals and foreigners have applied its own dose into different countries.

12 de abril de 2018

Recent works of Karine Léger at Lanoue Gallery, Boston

Karine Léger, "Unravel I" | contemporary artworks, paintings, cool organic abstract art pictures
Karine Léger, "Unravel I" - acrylic & mixed media on canvas

All is about mountains crowned on winter landscapes, when the snow falls covering the fields, the awareness of a new sense of life occurring around us is overwhelming. The trees and rocks, the only survivors of the climate phenomenon, appear as real deities of the beautiful white scene. With the calm and tessitura of winter, Canadian artist Karine Léger presents her new abstract paintings at Lanoue Art Gallery, Boston.