dinsdag 4 december 2007

Justin Hibbs




Justin Hibbs' paintings of outmoded, modernist, social architecture in blocks of paired-down, muted tonalities look to occupy the space between a real and an imaginary ideal - somewhere close to the psychological charge of a future state that never quite arrived.
Hibbs' is primarily looking for an emotional content and sensitivity in the rhythms and forms of his imagery, and this has led him to a place where much of the imagery empties out in unexpected and serpentine ways. As Hibbs' becomes more and more the author of their imaginary content, the paintings become less to do with the structures they explore, or the ideology behind them, than the patterns and medium they describe in elliptical configurations.
bron: artconcerns.com


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Hi all. How are you?

 
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