Deenesh Ghyczy Part Dos

In June of 2012 we featured German painter extraordinaire Deenesh Ghyczy, with his fragmented portraits. Here is new work from the Berlin-based artist who continues his practice of creating works that are serene, contemplative, and gaze into each subjects’ deeper conscious.

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Harry Holland Revisit

Exactly a year ago in May 2013 we featured the alluring and bodily work of contemporary figure painter Harry Holland. His floating, falling nudes with vuluptuous figures pulled us right in. In his more recent series “Caprice”, Holland explores the complex energy of body language. Individuals and couples placed on staircases, in empty rooms, and…

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Andrew Salgado Part Deux

Andrew Salgado was first featured on EK in November 2011, his talent and fame have grown to great heights, with multiple exhibitions around the world and selling out all of his work (as his website indicates).  Salgado is a hot commodity, heres more of his work, that…sorry, you can’t get.  But if you are in New…

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Henrik Uldalen Re-visit

Henrik Uldalen, a talented painter previously featured on April 2012, achieves an eerie serenity in his work that is downright admirable. The melancholy combination of colors and empty space with its peaceful subjects is what I imagine white noise on canvas would look like.

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Kevin Peterson Revisit

I’ve never seen anybody incorporate tenderness and sincerity to urban art quite the way that Keven Peterson does. Since we’ last saw this Texas based artist on April 2010, his talent has developed not only in skill level but in a subject matter that is more and more compelling than before.

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0000, Revisited

Eddie Alcazar’s 0000 was originally posted back on February 12, 2011. Now a new film teaser has surfaced, giving us only the tip of what seems to be a deep and conceptually complex story about the formation of a collective consciousness.

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