Hi David, Take a look at my work. I am brazilian artist living in Amsterdam.
In October I will be in New york to take on the exhibition "Slash:Paper under the Knife". Would be nice to meet you. Sincerely, Célio
I am Zsolt Gyarmati, artist, living in Hungary. With the irrational reality presented in my artwork I wish to raise unconscious interest in areas of the modern art. I offer a sort of 'literacy' to the recipient with a degree of interactivity that expects the spectator to be active: it will not let them become absorbed passively in the view, but will force them to think.
In the past ten years I've been trying to catch a hold of experiences which are hard to define, that surround and inevitably determine our shared life. In my pieces - with the possibilities and practice of multiple techniques - I marked out the intention to grasp the irrevocably occuring shades and diverse segments of urban reality that I have come to l know through personal experience. The medium of subculture's communication is principally the street. The latest full detailed visual creations do not depend on the quality of the utilized implements, they are dependent on the generative human. A supreme component of art - among the criteria of synchrony, the malleability of quality judgement – up until present times has been about creating and recipients.
I’m looking for opportunities to exhibit my artwork. I’d like you to have a look at my portfolio at http://www.zsoltgyarmati.com and if you find it worthy for future co-operation do not hesitate to contact me.
I do hope to hear from you soon.
I´d really appreciate it if you could take the time to look at my work and leave your impressions here or in my guestbook.If you´ve seen just the samples posted on artreview, remember you can also visit my site for more digital art works- as well as engravings and sculptures. The web site´s in Spanish but, if you want to read the texts in English, you can access my Livejournal: http://pallasatheneas.livejournal.com
You can also check this out :ESDALEVIDEOART: ( Feb.6, 2008 )