The artist Avery Singer, who was born in 1987 in New York, has created a body of work in the recent past that can be viewed as one of the most exceptional contributions to contemporary art. Singer produces paintings for which she initially creates templates on a computer, which she then transfers to canvas using an airbrush technique. This results in extremely fascinating image creations that are reminiscent in stylistic terms of French Cubism as well as Grisaille painting, and reflect upon sociopolitical themes like the functionality and rules of the art scene in the process. In the context of the exhibition in the Kölnischer Kunstverein, the work of the artist will be presented for the first time to a broader public in Germany with a group of new specific works that she produced.
The exhibition has been realized in cooperation with the Secession in Vienna.
PLUTONIAN PICTURES is a Micro Cinema . . . located in my TriBeCa, NYC loft. We have Salon Style programing for an invitational audience of nine, e.g. "The Bus Stop Show" included shorts, industrials, slides, film clips, and a feature film. Formats: Reg. 8mm/Super 8mm/16mm/Slides/Video Projection/ViewMaster/Digital Media/LP, CD, Audio Cassette playback.
I love drawing... it is personal... direct... spontaneous... one on one... quixotic.
2nd passion is my 9 seat micro-cinema... the camaraderie of friends... sharing drama, comedy, suspense & fear - all in the privacy in 'Greg's Grotto'.