ART: ZHOU FAN (b.1983)
Chinese contemporary artist who is painting themes based on childhood dreams of
“jellyfish floating in the sky, some of which fell to the ground on parachutes and became mushrooms.”
ART: DANIEL EATCOCK Pen Prints
Personally I prefer these to Damien Hirst’s Dot Paintings…(the London Tate show of which closes on the 18th Feb. BTW).
A complete set of Pantone marker pens standing on their base with their nibs facing upright. Single sheets of A1 paper carefully placed to rest on the bed of pen nibs. Each left for twice the duration of the previous print, giving the gradually drying pens more time to mark the paper…
PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC CAHAN SKY SERIES
Artist Eric Cahan creates minimalist works which strongly echo the Light and Space Movement of the early 1960’s. With a distinct tip of his hat to Rothko and Turrell, Cahan presents a series of luscious sky “portraits” straight from a Technicolor dream. Drenched in rich and warm colors, sunrise and sunset horizons in San Francisco, New York, Sao Paulo, Florida, and beyond, provide a rich and evocative homage to natures palette.