Alex Katz has recently introduced the world to his brand-new series of dancers’ portraits, Coca Cola Girls. Fragile and strong, gentle and independent, these dancers cannot but captivate their audience. This series as well as Dancers and Red Dancers besides Ada and many more works were brought together under one show titled Red Dancer and … Continue reading Coca Cola Girls
Several days ago, we told you about such genre of art as photorealism. If you missed it, please, check out this article, because today we’d like to drive this theme and write about hyperrealism. This art movement has developed since the early 1970s and is considered an advancement of Photorealism. What is the difference between … Continue reading Hyperrealism Or Fake Reality
Before reading this post, please, look at the pictures in this article and answer only one question: are these people photographers or artists? We believe that it would be fair to call them both artists and photographers, as they do things that seem impossible. Working in the style of photorealism, these people sometimes depict reality … Continue reading Photo? Magic? No, Photorealism!
Can paintings be alive? In literature and cinematography, there’re plenty of examples of works where they “live.” For instance, in one of the most famous series—Harry Potter— the pictures did not just move, but the characters could communicate with the people depicted in the pictures! The Chronicles of Narnia, Night at the Museum are also … Continue reading Edward Hopper’s 1957 Painting “Western Motel” Has Been Brought to Life