Tous les articles tagués Pop Surrealism

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  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Para encontrar el camino II, 2018
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor, Para encontrar el camino II, 2018
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Secretas Nostalgias, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Secretas Nostalgias, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – SCULPTURE
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Nature of Senses, 2017
  • Mono Cieza Sculptor – Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

Mono Cieza Pop surrealiste sculpture artiste

Mono Cieza Pop surrealiste sculpture artiste, résident à Barcelone (né en Argentine). Il emploie différentes techniques pour donner vie à ses sculptures : hybrid mi-animal mi-homme, humain déguisé aux allures mystiques…

Pour la plupart, ses sculptures sont faites en résine et peintes.

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Mono Cieza, Pop surrealist sculpture artist, resident artist in Barcelona born in Argentina, uses several techniques to capture his popsurrealist universe, in which animals, the mystical, the supernatural, the worlds and not worlds, the oneiric, unite to give body to sculpture.

Mono Cieza Sculptor - Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

Mono Cieza Sculptor – Cierra los ojos para encontrar el camino, 2016

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  • Mark Ryden – virgin and child painting
  • Mark Ryden – painting
  • Mark Ryden – Queen Bee 2013
  • Mark Ryden – Porcelain Meat Cart
  • Mark Ryden – Aurora painting
  • Mark Ryden – Aurora painting

L’univers pop surréaliste de Mark Ryden

L’univers pop surréaliste de Mark Ryden. (USA / born January 20, 1963)

Blending themes of pop culture with techniques reminiscent of the old masters, Mark Ryden has created a singular style that blurs the traditional boundaries between high and low art. His work first garnered attention in the 1990s when he ushered in a new genre of painting, “Pop Surrealism”, dragging a host of followers in his wake. Ryden has trumped the initial surrealist strategies by choosing subject matter loaded with cultural connotation. Ryden’s vocabulary ranges from cryptic to cute, treading a fine line between nostalgic cliché and disturbing archetype. Seduced by his infinitely detailed and meticulously glazed surfaces, the viewer is confronted with the juxtaposition of the childhood innocence and the mysterious recesses of the soul. A subtle disquiet inhabits his paintings; the work is achingly beautiful as it hints at darker psychic stuff beneath the surface of cultural kitsch. In Ryden’s world cherubic girls rub elbows with strange and mysterious figures. Ornately carved frames lend the paintings a baroque exuberance that adds gravity to their enigmatic themes. 

Mark Ryden - Aurora painting

Mark Ryden – Aurora painting


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