Floor painting by Glauce Cerveira in collaboration with her other half, the artist Theo Kaccoufa. With big thanks to Bradite and Brewers.
Watch a fast paced, 3 minutes video slideshow of the artists at work, transforming really bad floorboards into a glide-in painting. Music by the beloved Tom Zé.
Left: Hanna's Dachshund, 2013, commission for tattoo, ink on paper, 6 x 9 cm. Right : Fidel's Dachshund Dog, 2007, commission, pitt pen on watercolour paper, 30 x 40 cm.
See Anti-Art Pets for more commissions and signature drawings.
Mixed media paintings exploring pattern as a perceptual bridge between form and flatness, what we think versus what we feel, detachment versus urge. Oil, acrylic, pitt pen, printed fabrics, 2007-2009.
A series of paintings tackling the powerful impact of fashion on our lives; our desperate need to be accepted, wanted and to feel special. Oil, acrylic, glitter, synthetic crystals, glass beads on canvas or board,1999-2006.
This piece is an interactive portrait of Graphene, the thinnest 2D material ever. A subject like no other, funnelling my interests in pattern, science and code as an art medium. It was created as a digital counterpart to the Graphene kinetic sculpture by Theo Kaccoufa and Tom Grimsey and instigated by Undulate Net by the brilliant David DeSandro . More at the Giants of the Infinitesimal .
A painting from the Flor da Pele series of paintings.
2010, digital print on aluminium Dibond,, editions of 1
In Giants of the Infinitesimal , artists Tom Grimsey and Theo Kaccoufa collaborate with six eminent nanoscientists to make the nanoworld "visible" in the form of large scale kinetic sculptures. The scientists are Prof Rasmita Ravall, Prof Philip Moriarty, Dr Ashley Cadby, Prof Lee Cronin, Prof Robert Jones , Dr Guenter Moebus. The Giants of the Infinitesimal Exhibition is currently showing at the Museum of Science and Technology (MOSI), Manchester, until 31 March 2012.
V22:ON: Contemporary Art Collection exhibition showcasing works that have been selected for the V22 Collection and satellite shows of other work by artists nominated to be in the collection. 15 June 2006 - 28 June 2006, Clerkenwell Workshops 27-31 Clerkenwell Close, London E8 3DL.
Painting is cruel refers to a discussion with the artists taking part in this exhibition. Having chosen to work in a medium loaded with history and excellence, the artists have also to face the whims of trends, the competition of new media and are challenged to convey the contemporary, the social and the political in a medium often considered not suitable for the task.
Extract from exhibition Press Release.
I want to create work that is as arrogant as the moment we are living in, but that has the humble docility of eternity. I want to grab and squeeze my thoughts, suspend empathy and become a detached observer of this amazing spectacle that is our time.
Across the spectrum of these works there is a certainty about bringing the subject directly into the viewer’s space. We have to take part; we are not allowed to keep our distance. How this is achieved involves both the language and the mysteries of how paintings work.
Cerveira is interested in what lengths we go to in order to feel wanted, special or to be accepted. The paintings ponder the battle between the persona and the self. (....) Glauce Cerveira turns fashion into subject matter and then uses it as a springboard for questioning contemporary behaviour.
Extract from exhibition Press Release. For full text, see Info.
DesignShop UK, is celebrating contemporary Brazilian art and design, and is delighted to showcase a unique collaboration of two of Brazil’s finest artistic exports, designers Humberto and Fernando Campana and artist Glauce Cerveira.
Extract from exhibition Press Release. For full text, see Info .
Exhibition concept: Patrick Haddad
Paintings of ordinary, everyday subjects. Acrylic, oil and mixed media, 1991-2008.
A series of digital works on utilitarian subjects , including paper clips, safety pins and buttons.
A collaborative piece featuring a group of painted and glittered penguin wire sculptures.
Anti-fashion, anti-art, anti-boredom digital butterfly. From an early series titled "Shame About the Body".