woensdag 16 april 2008

Fendry Ekel




Fendry Ekel’s paintings explore the shadow side of human ambition. His monumental, layered works - acrylic and gouache on paper - often painted after black and white photographs depicting portraits, architecture or other remnants of historic events. By appropriating these images from our collective memory, Ekel critically investigates the use of art, architecture and figuration as propaganda for ideology of any kind and confronts himself with the borderline where ethical and aesthetical values cross each other.
bron:
Priska C.Juschka fine art

 
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