Posted in Beaux Arts, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings by Suzanne on May 24th, 2011 | BBC Wikipedia
La Storia by Nicola Samori, oil on copper (?), 2009 - click to enlarge
His work struck an immediate chord with me as it exemplifies a certain poetic and narrative deconstructive (in the truest meaning of the word) trend that I've witnessed with a bunch of other young artists.
Most remarkably of course the great Titus Kaphar, in a more aggressive manner Valerie Hegarty, and even - in a more satirical and playful sense - Seb Patane and Ruth Claxton. The list could beyond doubt go on, but my brain is very leaky.
J.V. by Nicola Samori, oil on copper (?), 2009 - click to enlarge
Nicola Samori's works, however, are a lot darker and more nihilistic than any of his above contemporaries' and that's precisely why I find them particularly mesmerising.
Please note that the works featured here are from 2009 so you probably won't get to see the exact ones.
J.V. by Nicola Samori, oil on panel, 2009 - click to enlarge
On show: May 13 - July 9, 2011
Gallery hours: Tue - Sat: 11 AM - 6 PM
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