Tavernart will be exhibiting in Melbourne next week to join the Affordable Art Fair there. On show will be numerous new works including new sketches by the South China Morning Post artist Harry Harrison. Follow the link to read more about it
Bring home a new affordable art piece from the upcoming Affordable Art Fair. Tavernart is one of over 115 local and international galleries showing a stunning collection of fresh and affordable contemporary artworks, priced between HK$1,000 and HK$100,000.
We will be showcasing original artworks and prints made by exciting artists from Brazil, and around the world, as well as prints and posters from our old friend, SCMP cartoonist Harry Harrison. Find us at booth D11 – right on the central aisle!
Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong,
HK Convention & Exhibition Centre,
1 Expo Drive,
We look forward to seeing you at the fair – come and say hello!
Check out artworks from our new artists. All these and more will be on sale at the London Affordable Art Fair, 18-21 October.
We are delighted to have a place at the London Affordable Art Fair this year on 17th – 21st October. Please come and have a browse of our current works at the StandARTE Gallery booth 14, including some from Claudio Caropreso, Claudio Cruz and Apo Fousek who we are representing for the first time at this fair. Check this site to get a preview of their works.
Stand 14, Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London SW11 4NJ (sat nav: SW8 4NW) Map Affordable Art Fair Battersea
Wwe have several new Eddie Botha works in our stall at the Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair – see below. Come and see the full-size versions at Stall D9.
Tavernart will have stall D9, at the Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair on 18-20th May 2018, HKCEC, Wanchai. Amongst our offerings are new artworks from Carlos Rezende, shown below. Please come along and say hello!
Notes on ‘PATTERNS PROJECT’ from Carlos Rezende
The Patterns Project (tempera paintings), which was exhibited in Zurich and now in Hong Kong in a new series, proposes, in addition to technical advances regarding the use of tempera, Preservation by Representation. There are references to Brazilian Nature, which we must preserve in order to be able to portray it. Birds of the Cerrado and Fishes of the Amazon is my theme. The structure of the grid design, superimposed on layers and colored later is (was) in the origins, referenced in the Roman works of William Morris and Wenzel Peter, an Englishman and an Austrian, who, like me, breathed the air of the main Italian city. This Patterns Project goes toward the anti-natural fantastical realism, the inverse path of oriental craftsmen hired by the Hindu and Chinese nobility, where this practice originated. Bringing elements of nature to the home environment is an act of advertising for Preservation. Exposing in Western Chinese regions returns the Patterns from where they emerged as artistic practice.
A warm welcome to our new artist – Carlos Rezende. Please check out his story and some of his art here.