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Kazuki Takamatsu and Ray Caesar at Corey Helford Gallery

17 Aprile 2013 no comment

Kazuki Takamatsu, The Flu
© Kazuki Takamatsu, The Flu

Ray Caesar, Winter
© Ray Caesar, Winter

Lo scorso 13 aprile sono state inaugurate due mostre alla Corey Helford Gallery: “Japanese Ideology of Puberty” di Kazuki Takamatsu, ospitata proprio nella galleria, e “New and Rare Works” di Ray Caesar nello spazio CHG Circa.

Two exhibitions were opened at the Corey Helford Gallery on April 13: “Japanese Ideology of Puberty” by Kazuki Takamatsu, housed in the gallery, and “New and Rare Works” by Ray Caesar at CHG Circa.

Kazuki Takamatsu, Japanese Ideology of Puberty, Corey Helford Gallery
© Kazuki Takamatsu, Japanese Ideology of Puberty, Corey Helford Gallery

Kazuki Takamatsu, Is it Important for us to Wear Clothes?
© Kazuki Takamatsu, Is it Important for us to Wear Clothes?

Le opere di Kazuki Takamatsu colpiscono per la loro originalità, sono realizzate in acrilico e gouache, sfruttando la tecnica digitale del “Depth Mapping”, dove le figure vengono suddivise e colorate secondo livelli di profondità.

Kazuki Takamatsu’s artworks impress for their originality, they are painted in acrylic and gouache, using the digital technique of “Depth Mapping”, where the figures are divided into layers and colored according to their depth.

Kazuki Takamatsu, A Cat Shows Interest in the Information
© Kazuki Takamatsu, A Cat Shows Interest in the Information

Kazuki Takamatsu, A Girl is Pure Like a Rose
© Kazuki Takamatsu, A Girl is Pure Like a Rose

“Ogni gradazione, dallo strato più superficiale a quello più profondo, rappresenta la distanza e non ci sono luci e ombre. I colori bianco e nero sono la metafora della verità e del male, di razza e di religione”.

“Each graduation from surface to depth means the distance and there is no light and shadow. The color of black and white are metaphor for truth and evil, race and religion.”

Kazuki Takamatsu

Kazuki Takamatsu, I Can't Use a Gun Because I'm a Doll
© Kazuki Takamatsu, I Can’t Use a Gun Because I’m a Doll

Kazuki Takamatsu, I Expect the Fog Hides all Which I Don't Want to
© Kazuki Takamatsu, I Expect the Fog Hides all Which I Don’t Want to

La mostra “Japanese Ideology of Puberty” è un viaggio nella trasformazione degli adolescenti verso l’età adulta, dove le loro emozioni vengono proiettate metaforicamente nell’ambiente che li circonda.
I titoli delle opere sembrano delle poesie ermetiche, fanno riflettere sul significato che l’artista vuole comunicare e forse sul significato che cerchiamo dentro di noi.

“Japanese Ideology of Puberty” is a journey through the transition from adolescence to adulthood, where their emotions are projected metaphorically in the environment that surrounds them.
The titles of the artworks seem hermetic poems, they make us reflect on the meaning that the artist wants to communicate and perhaps on the meaning we seek within us.

Kazuki Takamatsu, A Territory of a High School Girl
© Kazuki Takamatsu, A Territory of a High School Girl

Kazuki Takamatsu, Come Here to Chop Down!!
© Kazuki Takamatsu, Come Here to Chop Down!!

Kazuki Takamatsu, My Friend Left Me Behind
© Kazuki Takamatsu, My Friend Left Me Behind

Kazuki Takamatsu, Girl A
© Kazuki Takamatsu, Girl A

Kazuki Takamatsu, What is Most Important for Me Now?
© Kazuki Takamatsu, What is Most Important for Me Now?

Kazuki Takamatsu, I am a Doll. That's Why I Can't Hear Anything
© Kazuki Takamatsu, I am a Doll. That’s Why I Can’t Hear Anything

“New and Rare Works” di Ray Caesar, è una mostra che ripercorre dieci anni di carriera di uno dei massimi esponenti del Pop Surrealismo, ospitando anche alcune nuove opere.
Sicuramente è un’occasione unica, per chi avesse la fortuna di passare per Culver City in California, di ammirare le meravigliose opere di questo artista, che si muove in un immaginario che richiama il sogno, in atmosfere Rococò, dominate da personaggi puri e inquietanti che evocano nell’osservatore sentimenti contrastanti e un senso di insicurezza.

“New and Rare Works” by Ray Caesar, is an exhibition that chronicles ten year career of one of the greatest painters of Pop Surrealism, housing also some new works.
It is a unique opportunity, for those who had the good fortune to go to Culver City in California, to admire the wonderful artworks of this artist, who represents dream set in Rococo atmospheres, inhabited by pure and disturbing characters that evoke mixed feelings in the observer and a sense of insecurity.

Ray Caesar, A Private Affair
© Ray Caesar, A Private Affair

Ray Caesar, Winter Study Final
© Ray Caesar, Winter Study Final

Ray Caesar, Fallen
© Ray Caesar, Fallen

Ray Caesar, Fallen Study
© Ray Caesar, Fallen Study

Ray Caesar, Mother and Child
© Ray Caesar, Mother and Child

Ray Caesar, Mother and Child Study
© Ray Caesar, Mother and Child Study

Ray Caesar, Eternity
© Ray Caesar, Eternity

Ray Caesar, La Chambre
© Ray Caesar, La Chambre

Ray Caesar, Monday's Child
© Ray Caesar, Monday’s Child

Ray Caesar, Night Call
© Ray Caesar, Night Call

Ray Caesar, Prelude Study
© Ray Caesar, Prelude Study

Ray Caesar, Vanity Study
© Ray Caesar, Vanity Study

Ray Caesar, Messenger
© Ray Caesar, Messenger

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Corey Helford Gallery
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Ray Caesar

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