Digressing from the latest trends of image processing perfections, Alex Sernambi offers an insight into the beauty of crude and fictional collages.
He translates his taste for the interpretation of an imaginative and symbolic future into an exclusive images exhibition titled About Tomorrow at ECARTA in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The show presents the work of three different artists, focusing in a collective imagery about the future with humor and irreverence.
See exclusive images gallery below for highlights from the show.
The Vanitas is a current contemporary exhibition at Sutton House (Tudor home built in 1531) in Hackney, London. Using different techniques, the artists Iluá Hauck da Silva, Sophia Schorr-Kon, Alice Hodge, and Lawrence Owen explore the Vanitas theme, based on the Dutch painting style of the XVI and XVII centuries.
The art of dining is a side project that is also worth a look. It takes the atmosphere of the show to incorporate food, art and design in five-day pop up banquet. Check out the next one here
[Iluá Hauck da Silva, ‘Veins of Vanity’ ]
[Sophia Schorr-Kon, “Delphines Call’ ]
The Damien Hirst‘s exhibition (with all his key works from over twenty years) at Tate Modern is absolutely unmissable and can be quite disturbing as well.
I’ve taken a few pictures with my phone and here are the ones that highlight his work on death or life.
[Him, “With Dead Head”]
[All mosaics made out of butterflies]
Rochele Zandavalli is a versatile Brazilian artist that mixes photography with different techniques (from projection to sewing) in inspiring and unexpected ways.
Her first major exhibition Rever (exclusive pics at the bottom) is part of a project that aims to incentivise new Brazilian talents. The show will run until April 29th at Santander Cultural, in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
[I don’t like looking at the sea. I lose the interest in the ground]