dinsdag 5 mei 2009

Imants Tillers





Imants Tillers has been on a long journey through the complex web of culture and influence that surrounds us now, creating works that are both intellectually and conceptually rigorous as well as enormously pleasurable.

His landscapes are made up of fragments of borrowed images and of language—marks, words, phrases and names used to create the country, to give it form and place oneself within it. Using simple means—hundreds of small canvasboards combined into huge gridded paintings—they exist as part of a long, continuing series, or like a poem in many, fragmented verses.
source:
lwgallery 2009

 
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