IRREVERSIBLE 10 Must-See Artists at Art MONACO 2014!


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10 Must-See Artists at Art MONACO 2014 Whether you want to see the best of the fair in a single blog, IRREVERSIBLE offer our round-up of the most exciting artists and projects from this year exhibition. Monaco, Monte Carlo the world’s second smallest country, is best known for its royal opulence and the twentieth century reign of Prince Rainier and his son Prince Albert II. But for four days annually, the constitutional monarchy becomes the site of an international event called Art Monaco. The world’s richest people flock to the country to take in the colorful sights and sounds of a vibrant event in a spectacular locale. Embedded in the French Riviera between Nice and Menton and 15 minutes from the Italian border, the principality of Monaco has built its reputation and appeal on its luxurious, royal lifestyle and stylish surroundings. Even though the country is roughly the same size as New York’s Central Park and can be traversed entirely in under an hour, it has become a major financial and artistic mecca.

Zhuang Hong Yi  – The Netherlands
The House of Fine Art
Royal Opera Arcade
5b Pall Mall
London SW1Y 4UY

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Zhuang Hong Yi can best be described as a Chinese, contemporary artist who has impressed audiences in different countries by his unique style in his many pieces of modern art. His works represent beauty, sophistication and a high level of perfection with a clear presence of Chinese influence represented in his use of colors, themes, shapes and materials that touch the heart.

The fact that one can recognize features from his Chinese background which, at the same time, are gracefully combined with strong Western allure is undoubtedly the result of his upbringing and education in China and the international ‘European’ experience and inspiration he has gained since 1990, when he moved to the Netherlands; where he eventually settled with his wife Luluo, also an artist. Even after many years of residence in Europe, Zhuang still holds his studio in Beijing, China, where he returns a couple of times a year to work, collect new materials and to get inspiration.

Since moving to Western Europe in the early nineties Zhuang Hong Yi ‘s style has continuously developed. His work exists in many different forms, shapes, but also in a variety of materials and sizes. Zhuang Hong Yi has made paintings with ink,  mixed traditional Chinese materials like  acrylic and oil paint and rice paper. Zhuang’s paintings are very often characterized by a daring and surprising mix of bright colors. He also creates sculptures and art objects in  wood, porcelain and metals, amongst others. But all of his work is inviting and often very surprising; even for those who know his art well.

Dirk Janssens Belgium
IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS
Art Mónaco’14, French Riviera
April 24 – April 27 2014

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Alejandro Mendoza
Cuba USA
IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS
Miami, FL 7648 Biscayne Blvd.

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Alejandro Mendoza provides a visual vocabulary that signals the recognition that the transactions of peoples brought together result in profound disruptions and adjustments that require an active process of forging new identities. Mutan Series then prompts to ask: What does the artworks, and expressive forms generally, tell us about this process that exceeds what analytical and historical accounts by themselves can reveal? Are there more general lessons to be learn here about the problematic of subjectivity, particularly regarding the role of affect? And are these the forms through which identities and ways of life can be re-figured? For Mendoza, it is through the activities of recalculating/calibrating that locations are transformed into place of meaning. The works presented in Art Monaco 2014 provide cues for finding adequate formulas.

 

Carlo Maggiolo Libro d’ Artista
QUEEN ART STUDIO ITALY
MariaGrazia Todaro ArtDirector

info @ queenartstudio.it
tel 3346447738


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MariaGrazia Todaro ArtDirector


QueenArtStudio aims to disseminate and promote the culture with particular riferiimento artistic activity. It is also proposed to carry out all the activities that are deemed appropriate to achieve that purpose: cultural and artistic activities, establishment of study groups and research, lectures and art courses and further training activities in the field of art, theoretical courses / Practical thanks to educators, teachers and relied upon by the Association. Also sets itself the task of organizing events and art events, shows, competitions, exhibitions and conferences, national and international artistic exchanges.

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Evi Savvaidi
Artic Blue Gallery

Ctra. a Sant Josep km 2,1 N° 84
07839 IBIZA
+34 971 944 386
+34 664 474 488
info@articbluegallery.com

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Evi Savvaidi
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Evi Savvaidi Make Art not War  Bronze 150 x 0.50cm x 0.70 cm 2013

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Evi Savvaidi Make Art not War  Bronze 150 x 0.50cm x 0.70 cm 2013

Articblue Gallery is founded by the artist and independent curator Rose Marie Bellemur and collector Gustavo Zelaschi. With over 23 years experience in art, founded in Ibiza, Balearic Islands, the third Gallery of Art in February 2012. Articblue Gallery goal is to present and outline the current trends in the contemporary art in Ibiza and Europe. The Gallery philosophy is to offer avant-garde art of his contemporaries, since only the most successful contemporary art can comment on the period in the establishment and spectators are able to understandand appreciate the art of his own generation with the introduction and orientation. Articblue Gallery  actively research and  participates in international art fairs, its program is strongly based in the search for new talents to support  generation of young artists.

Evi Savvaidi was born in Rhodes in 1970. Evi studied Sculpture at  the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA), with Prof. Theodoros Papagiannis and Prof. Nikos Tranos. She studied the art of mosaic with Prof. Dafni Aggelidou and attended a workshop at the Pilchuck Glass School of Seattle Washington USA.
 Evi currently lives in Rhodes, Greece.

Evi Savvaidi
images courtesy www.redroundgallery.com

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Evi Savvaidi
Gavala Foundry

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Evi Savvaidi
Gavala Foundry

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Evi Savvaidi
Gavala Foundry

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Photos: Spyros Hound
Evi Savvaidi
Gavala Foundry

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Marco Marin  – Brazil- Monaco Monte Carlo
Mark Hachem Gallery
28, Place des Vosges
75003 Paris

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Marcos Marin: Op’Art Experience
He’s the official artist for His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco. Brazilian artist Marcos Marin first got into the world of arts through piano: he brings his artistic sensibilities from music into his optical artworks which rely on a trompe d’oeil—trick of the eye—effect, using organic lines and sheer geometric shapes to create seemingly 3D portayals of iconic people and places.

 

 

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Marcos Marin’s serigraphies, paintings and sculptures not only combine three-dimensional light, color and movement, but also bring about an interpersonal connection with the viewer. The portraits of contemporary celebrities come to life as soon as they are approached, and outdoor sculptures play with the surrounding setting to enhance environmental characteristics. Marin places the viewer in a curious situation, where the viewer triangulates with the art piece in order to observe a variety of physical perspectives. Marin’s artwork also leverages the laws of human perspective through color interaction. Portraying a balance between warm and cold colors, Marin’s masterpieces create an unprecedented balance that brings the artwork to life, as the effects create spatial and three dimensional appearances, and subsequent movements. Along with breakthrough and eye-catching optical illusion methodology, Marin brings about Vasarely’s ‘fourth dimension,’ as his technical wisdom of combining layering, colors and emotion highlights responsive and transcendental effects that resurrect iconic figures. Sylvie Ferre La Tribune de Megéve France

 

 

Gerald Hartinger:  FINE ARTS

http://www.harts.at

Gerald Hartinger
Seilergasse 9
1010 Vienna
Tue – Fr 13.00 – 18.00

 

Tel +43-1-5334134
Fax +43-1-5354797
gallery@harts.at

Within just a few years, the Gerald Hartinger Fine Arts Gallery has made a name for itself far beyond Austria’s borders. Today, it owns one of the most relevant pop art collections in Europe. The focus of the gallery is classic American pop art from artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Tom Wesselmann who nowadays have become icons themselves, as well as neo-pop art, with works by Keith Haring, Steve Kaufman, Russell Young, Burton Morris and the rising star, Romero Britto. Furthermore, the gallery has in its possession, probably uniquely in Europe, works by Ringo Starr and John Lennon.The Gallery aims to appeal to all art enthusiasts. An international network with good contacts and extensive knowledge of the market and the subject matter allows the gallery to provide assistance to clients and prospective buyers in every phase of acquisition – from research and expertise to auction and transfer. As far as art investment is concerned, however, the emotional value should be considered even for very stable and profitable assets: the ability of a work of art to touch us in a new way over and over again, to – as Picasso so beautifully said – wash away from our souls the dust of everyday life

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