Patricia Lazcano Irazazábal puts the focus directly on nature and the findings she obtains from it, not transforming them but extolling them and giving them a new perspective, underlining their intrinsic beauty, without altering it, but granting it new media and textures.
Damien Hirst series "Empresses" is an homage to 5 amazing women with a major relevance in history. Little known for western culture, their greatness is celebrated by Hirst. These series of works are created as stunning laminated giclées on aluminium composite panels screen printed with glitter.
To a journalist who asked him what would be the happiest day of his life, Yves Klein replied: "If there is one concrete event that has made me truly happy, I would choose this success in capturing this Blue that I wanted to be unique in the world".
100 years after the creation of L'Ours blanc the François Pompon, 60 years after the disappearance of Yves Klein and 21 years since the last official edition of the artist, the Yves Klein Foundation and the François Pompon Archives have joined forces to create this iconic piece that merges the work of these two great artists.
Takashi Murakami's limited editions are many, although their characteristics vary greatly from one to another. The fact that there is a wide variety of themes, sizes, techniques and edition sizes means that Murakami has a large number of avid and loyal collectors.
Yves Klein was born on April 28, 1928 in the south of France and grew up near Nice, a city beloved by Chagall, Picasso and Renoir and also home to Henri Matisse for much of his adult life. The son of Fred Klein and Marie Raymond, both painters, Yves Klein was a self-taught artist.
Damien Hirst's work explores the boundaries and interactions between art, beauty, religion, technology, science, life and death. The artist seeks to provoke and succeeds in doing so through certain processes that question the very nature of art. His most recognisable works employ elements that are already his own and that we associate with the name Damien Hirst...
Many are the artists throughout history that have made the fine arts evolve into different styles and techniques. Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque left everyone with their mouths open when they saw the first cubist paintings. Tristan Tzara and Jean Arp broke up with all art conventionalisms leading to Dadaism.
When we read anything about the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami we find out that link between his name and the term Superflat becomes inevitable. But what does Superflat really mean? Without a doubt it is a complex concept and it is hard to understand without knowing about traditional Japanese culture.