گرافیست، طراح و تصویرساز نامدار دهه شصت اما آنچه او را در میان همنسلانش متمایز میکرد، پایهگذاری نقد مطبوعاتی معاصر بود؛ احمدرضا دالوند امروز صبح چشم از جهان فروبست.
Rest in peace, #artcritic#ahmadrezadalvand died at 60
Be thankful. 🙂
Deceptive Simplicity by Matt LaCross
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A term used to describe an image of perceived simplicity, until you are emerged in the process of the creation.
The images displayed are but a small glimpse into the mind of one of Seattle’s most prolific artists. Images that stem from a life of diversity, struggle, joy and pain. A life of travel, near death experiences, and a passion for creation.
As a 3rd generation Seattle native, Matt LaCross has continued to develop his interests as an industry leader in the alternative sports industry, creator of the only no-fee, no-commission art gallery in Seattle, founder of one of the most highly recognized specialty BMW Motorsport retail locations in the United States, and has developed his artistic ability for the sole purpose of creation.
The idea of the continuous line images you see, or what some call “one-liners” have been inspired by the works of Pablo Picasso. Creating a continuous line image comes from the subconscious, and can never be recreated. Each image has been created by hand in one stroke, one idea, one pure thought. This requires committing to the idea, no matter what the outcome.
Currently booking shows for 2018-2019
Contact: Matt LaCross 206-898-5418
Brights & Lights: For someone obsessed with black, white, and gray as a wardrobe palette, I've been a moth to the flame to all of the acid colors and brights I've seen at Art Basel.
That said, maybe next year's @artbasel could consider:
-encouraging vendors to include placards of information on the artists and the piece.
-encouraging vendors to use the space creatively, beyond just a stall but an experience
-including more multimedia/interactive/thought-provoking pieces. It just doesn't seem as daring as years past... Like everything could pair with a sofa.
Of course, it was an overall fantastic immersion in art. I'm thrilled to see my hometown embrace the arts.