SCOPE BASEL 2014 PLATINUM FIRST VIEW
Tuesday | June 17 | 12:00pm – 4:00pm
GENERAL VIP AND PRESS
Tuesday | June 17 | 4:00pm – 8:00pm
JUNE 17 - 22, 2014
On the occasion of the art fair SCOPE BASEL 2014, Mark Hachem presents a collective exhibition of a selection of recognized Contemporary artists.
Arnaud uses matieral, line, form and colour in a way that allows them to create their own compositions charged with emotion.
The complex artworks of Nacer are the expression of his acute vision and are a reflection of his analysis of the society in which we live. The use of diverse techniques of expression gives life to his artworks, just as the recurrent use of black and white creates a contrast of spaces.
Yves Hayat admits to being mostly interested in the manipulation of reality and in his “imagined” images. Through the confines of plastic photography, installation and narrative Figuration, his work proposes visions where dramatization gives body to his project. A true visual consumer, he photographs, downloads, retouches, reframes… essentially, he presents a show.
Born in France in 1960, the artist continually explores a dialogue between the revelatory space and man without limits in his aesthetic representation. The sculptures of Mauro Corda offer a visual exchange which doesn’t stop challenging the spectator.
Micka’s artworks recall the vibrant colours, palpitating lines, and geometric forms of POP art. His work is not driven by an artificial energy, but by the person which observes it, and its place in this universe which is intensely creative, sophisticated and playful at the same time.
Through working with vertical lines, Perez-Flores provides relief to the flat canvas. He has combined the work of Soto, Agam and Cruz-Diez in which the optical illusion contributes to creating another dimension. Playing with the tones of colours accentuates this impression.
Lucy Glendinning invests in the space where her fragile beings (made of wax, feathers and silicon) live. She executes her art in the tradition of contemporary British sculpture and is interested principally in the semiotics of the human body. Through her, art becomes a mode of exploration of psychological and philosophical fields.
Bence Bakonyi is an artistic photographer who likes to present humans as a modern chameleon. Striking.
Piechaud’s art combines the worlds of sculpture and design through his precious metal creations. His main interest is in the inherent properties of metal – its curves and its patinas.
Before discovering his now preferred medium of metal 15 years ago, Matter experimented with many different mediums to express his unique vision of the world. Matter creates sculptures providing an insight into his perspective of the mysterious universe he envisages.
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