Ten British creator a June introduced itself on 25 in the evening in Opera Galéria. The opening was going on on a Hungarian and English language, and cosy jazz music was added to the sight of the pictures.
Our homeland rarely exhibit English painters, dared mostly the to rest desiring his target country we are, little are known about us moreover. Counts as an extraordinary event because of this the ten artists deploying exhibition, from among them three people especially noteworthy in the contemporary art: Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Adelaide Damoah and Iain Andrews. Some next texts inform the visitor beside their creations: you are from the artist's own writing you quote, you are an artistic expert we may read his opinion.
The leader of Szoy Tibor, the gallery as a preliminary Francis Bacon (1909-1992) the contemporary quoted a painter's words from art. From among the artists Adelaide Damoah and Andrew M. Whamond was the venisszázson on a sign - both of them spend short time on Budapest only, Adelaide knew that his ideal, Frida Kahlo was with Hungarian ancestry punctually though, that felt good separately to be audible. Andrew M. Whamond and his wife spoke about Nemzeti Galéria collection most appreciatively though. The exhibitor artists apart from the ones mentioned higher up: Mark Lockwood, Steven John Harris, Sonja Benskin-Mesher, Oliver Perry, Maria Onyegbule and Jo Holland.
The effect of the pictures is vigorous undeniably on the walls painted onto the white. Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf with large oil portrait, Mediterranean mood, türkiz-zöld-narancs his colour world, and his personality depiction ability beside the decorative effect affected the visitors powerfully. Presents female faces, bringing the painted characters close entirely. The paintress with an Australian birth his mother's picturesque work, and the human shapes, the womanhood, his women expressing an interest in a body attracted it to the art.
With the creations of Iain Andrews, the artist teacher with a 1974 birth, like this saint Teréz ecstasy title accomplishes the dialogue of the artistic ages with his oil painting: comments on the old grand masters' works, shaping the original works transforming the shapes, vigorous one with brushstrokes longer. This kind calls the attention for the questions of a playful interpretation, the postmodern age left without an answer: builds up a dialogue between the tradition built up already and his present creators' world.
Adelaide Damoah a paintress with Ghanaian ancestry studied applied biology and constituted himself beside it. Primarily with the identity, the woman deals with that of a self-image, his characteristic series with a provocative, attracting effect. 2006, black British title wanted to call the audience for a debate through the portraits of known personalities with his exhibition (Margaret Thatcher, you are Winston Churchill Naomi Campbell), where he modified the characters' skin colour. The creations presented in Opera Galéria emphasize the awkwardnesses of the model cult of the beauty industry, concerned Vénusz birth a Botticelli paraphrase dissects the relativity of the beauty's concept.
Andrew Whamond (1947) painter copper engraving artist with much humour, and depicts the human body with characteristic deficiencies, shows a personality. The body parts play a symbolic role on the pictures, which are abstract emotional depictions in one. Opera Galéria exhibition July the interested ones may inspect it until 9.