Saturday, December 2, 2017

06 Works, RELIGIOUS ART - Contemporary & 20th Century Interpretation of the Bible! With Footnotes - 13

Flora Borsi, Hungary
Dakota
Photography
26.8 H x 24.4 W x 0.4 in

"The essence of my photos is to visualize the physically impossible in a form of photo manipulation.I always pay attention to the rules of geometry, the color harmony and the lightning for the appropriate atmosphere of the pictures.I would like to communicate in my photographs emotions, dreams and humor". Flora Borsi

Flora Borsi is a young fine art photographer from Hungary. She uses exquisite photo manipulation to create surreal images that are thematically focused on identity, relationships, emotions and dreams. Her immaculate technique and subtle conceptual ideas create beautiful evocations of universal emotions. Her work often features the female body and she plays with hiding and revealing the eyes or face to leave only the feminine form, exploring questions of female representation and the relationship between body and self. Flora has exhibited internationally with solo exhibitions in Europe and the USA. More on Flora Borsi

Roberto Ferri, (born 1978)
Impressive traces from Heaven

Roberto Ferri, (born 1978), see below

Miss Aniela, United Kingdom
State of Grace
Photography
Size: 35.4 H x 47.2 W x 0 in
Private collection

In Christianity, the term state is used in various senses by theologians and spiritual writers. 
The word is used in the classification of the degrees or stages of Christian perfection, or the advancement of souls in the supernatural life of grace during their sojourn in the world. This has reference to the practice of all the virtues, both theological virtues and moral virtues, and to all their acts both external and internal. It includes two elements, namely a believer's own efforts and the grace of God assisting the believer. More on State of Grace


About Miss AnielaMixing fine-art and fashion photography, Miss Aniela creates a fine balance of contemporary creativity. Her work centres on a fusion of traditional imagery and digitally enhanced motifs, interweaving in a surreal composition. Miss Aniela's Surreal Fashion collection is where beauty meets absurdity and couture meets chaos, in a series of fine-art/fashion-fused photographic tapestries. Additionally featured are select pieces from 'Ecology' and from 'Self-Gazing'. More on Miss Aniela


David LaChapelle, (born March 11, 1963)
Anointing from the series Jesus is my Homeboy, 2003
Chromogenic print, flush-mounted to aluminum
61 7/10 × 96 in, 156.8 × 243.8 cm

The anointing of Jesus is one of the relatively few events reported by each of the four Gospels. All report the anointing of Jesus with expensive perfume by a woman, who pours over Jesus the contents of an alabastron jar of "nard", a very expensive perfume. The anointing angers some of the onlookers because the perfume could have been sold for a year's wages and the money given to the poor. Matthew's Gospel states that the "disciples were indignant". Jesus is described as justifying the action of the woman by stating that the poor will always exist, and can be helped whenever desired. More on The anointing of Jesus

David LaChapelle (born March 11, 1963) is an American commercial photographer, fine-art photographer, music video director, film director, and artist.

He is best known for his photography, which often references art history and sometimes conveys social messages. His photographic style has been described as "hyper-real and slyly subversive" and as "kitsch pop surrealism". Once called the Fellini of photography, LaChapelle has worked for international publications and has had his work exhibited commercial galleries and institutions around the world. More on David LaChapelle

Valerio Gámez
Piedad de Tlatelolco, c. 2002
Chromogenic print
120 x 160 cm / 47.2 x 62.9 inches 
Private collection


The Pietà is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus, most often found in sculpture. As such, it is a particular form of the Lamentation of Christ, a scene from the Passion of Christ found in cycles of the Life of Christ. When Christ and the Virgin are surrounded by other figures from the New Testament, the subject is strictly called a Lamentation in English, although Pietà is often used for this as well, and is the normal term in Italian. More the Pietà

Valerio Gámez is a member of the National System of Art Creators, graduated from "La Esmeralda" and the School of Arts of Paris.

Gámez was born in the city of Querétaro, Mexico in 1975. He studied architecture at the Technological Institute of Querétaro and visual arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Autonomous University of Querétaro. He moved to Mexico City where he studied at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving "La Esmeralda", graduating in 2002. In 2003 the National Fund for Culture and Arts and the Government of France awarded him a scholarship to study in applied arts at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts, in Paris, France.



His artistic work is based on the reinterpretation of Mexican Baroque art of the eighteenth century, with approximations ranging from the iconoclastic to the reflection of cultural values ​​rooted historically. Religion, fashion and sensuality are constant in his pieces. Retakes elements and mechanisms of Catholicism to deepen their relationship with Mexican daily life. The active dynamics of fashion not only allows you to use clothing to express artistic ideas, but also advertising, interior design and lifestyle. The sensuality in his work is a contemporary reading of the corporal. More on Valerio Gámez 


Roberto Ferri, (born 1978)
PIETAS, c. 2015
Oil on canvas
100x170cm
Private collection

The Pietà, see above

Roberto Ferri (born 1978) is an Italian artist and painter from Taranto, Italy, who is deeply inspired by Baroque painters (Caravaggio in particular) and other old masters of Romanticism, the Academy, and Symbolism. 

In 1996, he graduated from the Liceo Artistico Lisippo Taranto, a local art school in his hometown. He began to study painting on his own and moved to Rome in 1999, to increase research on ancient painting, beginning at the end of the 16th century, in particular. In 2006, he graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.

His work is represented in important private collections in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, New York, Madrid, Barcelona, Miami, San Antonio (Texas), Qatar, Dublin, Boston, Malta, and the Castle of Menerbes in Provence. His work was featured in the controversial Italian pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2011, and has exhibited at Palazzo Cini, Venice in the Kitsch Biennale 2010.  




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