“Girl at a Window”
And what about this awesome black and white Oil on canvas from 1799 by Louis -Léopold Boilly?
La Dorothy Circus Gallery resterà aperta fino al 19 di Luglio nei seguenti orari:
MAR/MERC/GIO: 10.30 - 19.30
VEN/SAB:11.30 - 20.00
Riaprirà dopo la pausa estiva il 15 Settembre 2014
Dorothy Circus Gallery will be open till July 19th during the following hours:
TUE/WED/THU: 10.30 -19.30
FRI/SAT. 11.30 - 20.00
WE WILL OPEN AGAIN AFTER THE SUMMER BREAK ON SEPTEMBER 15th 2014
Dedicated to Malala Yousafzai
A Dorothy Circus Gallery production
Peace solo exhibition by Eduardo Kobra in Rome and Mural painting “Malala” via Prernestina 913 Rome Italy
Eduardo Kobra, Angaldo Brito Pereira
Gallery Director Alexandra Mazzanti
Sceneggiatura Carla Scicchitano
Director Carlo Chiaramonte
Beppe Gallo, Marie Marlard,Vito Frangione, Jacopo Tantaro, Gelsomina Scuderi
Audio operator Martina Scarpellini
Video Editor Ilaria Vecchio
Giorgio De Finis
Silvia & Fatima Salinetti
Marco TarascioDocumentario prodotto dalla Dorothy Circus Gallery sul progetto “Peace” e sulla realizzazione ad opera di Eduardo Kobra del murales dedicato a Malala Yousafzai, sito in via Prenestina 913 - Roma
Documentary, produced by Dorothy Circus Gallery about the “Peace” project and the realization of the mural by Eduardo Kobra dedicated to Malala Yousafzai, located in via Prenestina 913 - Rome (Italy)
"Blue Rose" by Camille Rose Garcia from the book "Tragic Kingdom"
"I always wanted to do art that people could relate to, but also carry some social relevance. Like in art school it wasn’t really about commentary, or if it was, it was really boring, so I really just wanted to create art that was not only super fun to look at, and if you’re five or fifteen and hated art, you still could like and relate to it…"
Pop surrealist starts from the Surrealism to then recast itself to the revolutionary spirit of pure Pop - in balance between enthusiastic prospects oriented towards progress and the more pessimistic ones which mature in a state of obtuse capitalist monopoly.
By reworking themes dear to the Pop movement of the sixties, by touching the temptations and the absurdities of fashion and industry,and by passing through the hallucinated psychological automatisms of the Surrealism with irony and sarcasm, the pop surrealists attain an immediate readability.
Mind Universe - Naoto Hattori
Arctic Cavern Hideaway - Camille Rose Garcia
Paolo Guido was born in Lecce in 1971, he studyed and worked as a plublishing graphic designer before deciding to dedicate his life to art.
His digital art works had been exposed in the show “Would you be my miracle” nearby the masters of digital art, Ray Caesar and Natalie Shau, and his artwork Titor has been choosen as cover artwork of the album “Tradizione Elettrica” by Giorgio Baldi and Luca Fagella.
Oil on board
Paolo Guido’s paintings, noticed by many important international galleries, had been exhibited in the museum “Casa del Conte Verde di Rivoli” Torino, in in 2012 during the second edition of the “Pop Surrealism” show curated by Dorothy Circus Gallery that represents him.
Oil on board
The Art of Paolo Guido leads us to the discovery of a pure Italian painting, both in content and technique which the artist gets from the classical painting tradition, from etchings, engravings and sanguine drawings and metal point copper and silver, typical of 1500 and 1600. His artworks, through a soft and pale inspired by Leonardo’s memory, in the typical style of the illustrations of that time, narrate about the seasons and fragments of contemporary life, using a resarched wisdom and religiousness inspired by antique legends and mysterious tales about a folk story and a rural life that is illuminated by the shadows of the sun and the lights of the night.
Paolo Guido’s charaters are a kind of elfs or elves which seem to come out from magic tarot cards, in order to remind us of the preciousness of Time, our Time, which has to be lived sip by sip, respecting the earth and its fruits, avoiding to waste it.
"Ragazzo nel bosco"
They hold our hands and they make us spy our intimacy as through a key hole of a magic door, and finally we see oureslves from the outside, loosing our time in a frenetic and technological world which separates us from Mother Nature and human values.
The Girls with golden hair, appearing as fairies or virgins and wraped in silver vineyard cultivated with care, illuminate an interior landscape populated by alchemical symbols and ancient perfumes .
Pencil on paper