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Alexis & Guelfenbein Opening at Opera Gallery

Opera Gallery have kindly invited us to attend their opening night of artists Paul Alexis and Eduardo Guelfenbein. Due to the difficulty in organising a meetup at an opening night, this is simply an announcement and invitation. However, I will be there after 8pm with a red flower if you would like to find a person to talk to =). Please also RSVP to the event seperately to [masked]
Paul Alexis is a French artist born in 1947. His artworks
are a superposition of multiple painted metal sheets
depicting shadows iconic figures, using an unusual
technique of camera obscure to play with visual
structures. Preferring to work in large formats, his
works of ghostly forms engulf the viewer - until a second
look reveals an icon of the past. The effect highlights
the essence of historical figures whose public images
have lost so much meaning with overproduction. Alexis
is currently the president of the Salon Comparaisons
of Paris.
Eduardo Guelfenbein was born in Santiago, Chile, in
1953. He attended the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Milan
where he graduated with a Masters Degree in Art. His
art eventually led him to Paris, France, where he now
resides. Guelfenbein’s vibrant canvases draw inspiration
from a mixture of South American expression mixed
with European music and culture. With a signature style
best described as thick abstractions of melding acrylic
colors on canvas, his focus has evolved towards the exploration
of colour as form, where the “medium is the
message”. Each canvas is a manifestation of a mood,
led by the fluid strokes of his paintbrush.

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  • Damon Y.

    The joint exhibition is great! Those painting and art piece are fabulous! For those who has missed the show tonight should find some time to see the joint exhibition!

    January 18, 2013

  • Victoria Toria T.

    i 'm the first time join n now waiting for my fd come to join , may i know who i contact will be better ?

    January 17, 2013

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    January 13, 2013

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