New York City – June 11th, 2016 - Spotteart.com, an online exhibition space for contemporary art & design started its new exhibition titled “At The Basin of Dawn”. Summer 2016 show is the 8th installment of the platform’s online-only contemporary art exhibitions. Spotteart.com has been programming internet-based art shows since its launch in early 2014. Current show features works by 3 contemporary artists: Karine Boulanger, Lori Glavin and Shandor Barcs. "At The Basin of Dawn" online exhibition explores abstract, natural and mythical worlds around us. Featured artists attempt to allegorize folklore, elemental forces, color improvisation and nature. Collections are available for purchase online from June 11th 2016.
Karine Boulanger (b’85) is a mixed media artist who lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Karine studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris. Her career spans across 8 solo and some 30 group shows, exhibited internationally.
Artist carried out 2 major museum retrospectives, in Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de St Cruz de la Sierra and in the Museo Nacional de Arte de La Paz in Bolivia. For Summer’16 show Karine introduces the impressionist landscape series composed of silk tapestries and oil on canvas paintings. Her Spotte-exclusive collections are inspired by a verse in Henry Lawson’s poem "The Bushfire": It is daylight again, and the fire is past, and the black scrub silent and grim, Except for the blaze of an old dead tree, or the crash of a falling limb...
Lori Glavin is an abstract painter, printmaker and collage artist who has been involved in the visual arts for over 35 years. Originally from Rochester, NY, Lori earned her BFA from Syracuse University’s School of
Visual and Performing Arts. For the past 20 years Lori has focused on her fine art practice. In 2007 she co-founded Wilson Avenue Loft Artists, a community of artist studios in Norwalk, CT. She was a Vermont Studio Center grant recipient and resident in 2015. Lori exhibits regularly throughout the Northeast and Southwest and is an artist member at The Silvermine Guild in New Canaan, CT. For her series for Spotteart, Lori Glavin presents Helen Frankenthaler reminiscent bold, Color Field oil on paper abstractions. “My work is inspired by the visual clatter of the mundane places I know best, the domestic environment, or the tilted landscape of my weekend garden.” - Lori
Shandor Barcs (b’85) is a Mexican photographer and filmmaker. Artist has been awarded a “Film Production” grant by the Cultural Institute of Morelos in Mexico. He was also a recipient of the National Young Artists Photography grant awarded by The National Fund for Culture and Arts in Mexico twice. Shandor’s photography has been exhibited internationally.
His collection for Spotteart titled “Family From the Mist” was featured in the Tokyo International Photo Festival and the Seoul Lunar Photo Fest. This photo series is documenting indigenous family living in Mexican mountains of Oaxaca. “A magical atmosphere is generated by the mist where this magic is also sustained by the presence of musical elements, very common in the Mixe culture to which they belong.” - Barcs
Since launching the site in April 2014, Spotteart.com has evolved into one of the leading independent online exhibition spaces, offering more than 500 original works of art & design by 54 contemporary artists in a wide range of mediums, from photography to sculpture. The web-only gallery exhibits artwork online seasonally. Participating artists select or create a compact group of works available exclusively at Spotte. These collections are accompanied with biographies and statements by the artists, as well as updated with weekly blog features dedicated to artists’ backgrounds and aesthetics.
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