PechaKucha Presentation

Sanded Paintings & Flower Plates

PRESENTED ON DEC 02, 2014
IN NANTES @ VOL 9

Régis Perray is a french artist who lives in Nantes. His art turns around time spending at work, human activities and repetitives tasks. {in french}

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Paintings of Mikhail Vrubel

BY TATYANA TSVELODUB
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 24, 2011

As you'll be able to tell after watching this presentation, Tatiana Tsvelodub is quite passionate about Mikhail Vrubel, an artist of the late 19th century. You'll see his paintings of St. Cyril's Church, St. Vladimir's Cathedral, and St. Sophia. (in Ukrainian)

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Time, Space, and Playing Fields

BY ABDI FARAH
@ VOL 11 ON FEB 06, 2014

“Only those who have been excluded, singled out, and pushed out of society, have the credentials to speak truth about it.”

In Time, Space, and Playing Fields from PechaKucha Night New Orleans Vol. 11, artist Abdi Farah talks about his work in relation to his journey from studying art in college to being named the winner of the inaugural season of Bravo’s "A Work of Art." He continues his passion for art in New Orleans seeking kindred spirits through an exploration of metaphysical and imaginary worlds and sports. 

"Presentation of the Day" on February 25, 2015 and again on December 24th as part of our Star Wars themed newsletter - goo.gl/e1clE7

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WISP - Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings

BY BRENT MARSHALL
@ VOL 28 ON JAN 21, 2014

WISP or Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings is a collaborative project by three creative technologists, Brent Marshall, Partick Dinnen and Dre Labre. They want to capture the idea of whimsy or the first time you draw your name with a sparkler. 

"Presentation of the Day" on May 12, 2014. 

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Reformation and Renaissance: The Art of Caravaggio

BY KRISTIN WILSON
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 20, 2014

Kristin Wilson highlights several paintings by Italian artist Michelangelo Caravaggio, who depicted powerful myths and central Catholic teachings as a response to the Protestant Reformation. 

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Vague Paintings

BY THOMAS HUBER
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 15, 2016

Artist Thomas Huber talks about how he uses the visual detritus of daily life, the random notes and scribbles that acrue throughout the day to create his lush, layered "vague" paintings.

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My Double Life

BY JAYE HO
IN BEXHILL-ON-SEA

Artist Jaye Ho explores a variety of themes including urban mythology, paradoxes and military structures, through her sculptures, installations and paintings. She will also talk about her ‘double life’ as a twin.

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The Power of Flower

BY NICOLAI BERGMANN
IN TOKYO

Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design is Tokyo’s premier florist whose work is focused as much on contemporary design as it is on flowers. Established by the Danish floral artist, Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design has introduced a unique style of floral design to Japan; one that mixes European floral design principals with Scandinavian style sense and Japanese sensitivity to detail. Here he shares some of his beautiful work, and how it will be highlighting Japan and Denmark's celebration this year of 150 years of relations.

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The Nomadic Life of an Artist

BY NIKY ROEHREKE
@ VOL 146 ON APR 26, 2017

Niky Roehreke left New York in summer 2014. Since then she lived in the woods in a camping car on Orcas island , in an apartment in Berlin, in a van across Japan, in a village in India, in the amazon jungle in Peru and recently returned to Japan and is working on her book about humans, nature and what happiness is.

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Mondrian's Flower Paintings, 1900-1925

BY JOSEPH LONG
IN BEXHILL-ON-SEA

Joseph Long's presentation considers the duality of Mondrian's early flower painting and his more celebrated hard edged, abstract compositions.