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Andreas Franke, The Sinking World

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 Art Venti

My work does not conveniently fit into a category. There are elements of abstraction and glimpses of “reality”. One might guess at surrealism, but I do not think of my work as such. My objective is about taking a fresh look at the traditional landscape. By using this familiar format, a dialogue is created between the viewer and the image. The brain always attempts to organize the lines, shapes and colors it perceives; with no easy reference point, there may be no connection. A recognizable arrangement even though out of the ordinary begins the communication. The composition arrangements are originally discovered by a random array of tissues and recycled papers, viscerally suggesting nascent scenes which ignite my imagination to use as a model for preliminary sketches

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reekloose:

…and another distorted face
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…and another distorted face


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moviesincolor:



Philip Seymour Hoffman WeekCapote, 2005Cinematography: Adam Kimmel

moviesincolor:

Philip Seymour Hoffman Week
Capote, 2005
Cinematography: Adam Kimmel

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Request Week #11 – ohsoshyEnter the Void, 2009Cinematography: Benoit Debie

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Request Week #11ohsoshy
Enter the Void, 2009
Cinematography: Benoit Debie

free-parking:

Has God promised you things?

La passion de Jeanne d’Arc, Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928