“The Eyes” of Picasso

The works were developed following a three-month study in 2018. The general theme was Picasso’s Eyes, Van Gogh’s Ear, Dali’s Mustache. This is the series dedicated to Pablo Picasso and includes references to the studios in Paris, the personal photographer, Demoiselles d’Avignon and others. The series should be developed but, as always, financial support is needed. . 40/30cm, oil on cardboard, 2018 . 40/30cm, oil on cardboard, 2018 . 40/30cm, oil on cardboard, 2018 . 40/30cm, oil on cardboard, 2018 Continue reading “The Eyes” of Picasso

Collection 21 Centuries

Albert Einstein always gave the impression that his whole theory of the universe and time, was a game. Here he is with his famous pipe, “smoking” the hands of the clock. And his warm look that would like to send us the message: “I would have liked to tell you more …” During his stay in Bern 1903-1905 he developed the Theory of Relativity. . The rotation of a circular surface around a coplanar axis in three-dimensional space generates a geometric shape of revolution, which seems to be the most accepted as a shape of the Universe. Only the human … Continue reading Collection 21 Centuries

Berlin

On 27 October, 1806, after the victories at Iéna and Auerstädt two weeks earlier, Napoleon rode in triumph into Berlin passing under the Brandenburg Gate. It would appear that the four-horsed chariot caught his eye, because Vivant Denon, director of the Musée Napoléon (the museum which was to become the Louvre) gave the order for the work to be brought back to Paris. The work is an irony, placing Napoleon under a skeletal Arc de Triomph. And no horses. Today the Brandenburg Gate Gate is complete, in its place in Berlin . . . . . . Continue reading Berlin

Crihana’s Australia Gallery works for sale

  Waiting for Food in Circle Quay The Circular Quay was the place where the First Fleet with convicts arrived on the Australian continent. The first set-up of the quay – a wharf – was built in 1792, during Admiral Athur Phillip’s rule. The long distance from the UK has produced discontinuities in food supply, both officers and convicts suffered. Cheiul Circular a fost locul în care Prima Flotă de corabii cu condamnaţi a sosit pe continentul australian. Prima amenajare a malului – un debarcader – s-a construit în 1792, pe timpul guvernării amiralului Athur Phillip. Departerea de Marea Britanie … Continue reading Crihana’s Australia Gallery works for sale

Crihana’s New York

Triple Meeting with an Elephant Brooklyn Bridge – New York, a building for which several personalities have contributed, some of whom have remained heroes. The project was carried out by John Augustus Roebling, who was injured during the construction, eventually killing his life. Roebling crushed his right foot during a river maneuver near the bridge. Wound infected and died. Washington Roeblig – his son – took over the work, but after a while he fell ill because of his visits to the legs of the bridge (compression / decompression phenomenon). He followed the inauguration of the bridge in a room … Continue reading Crihana’s New York

NEWS

Deux expositions à Fribourg, Suisse 14.10.2021 • Café-Restaurant Le Tunnel: du 30 novembre 2021 au 29 janvier 2022, Vernissage le ① décembre à 18h00 • Cycle D’orientation de Marly: du 6 décembre 2021 au 29 janvier 2022, Vernissage le ⑥ décembre à 19h00   Masterclass in Switzerland 25.09.2021 This week, for 7 days I was in Fribourg-Switzerland to give a series of lectures on my work “Fribourg – a satirical impression” 2016. There were 26 classes of students, 26 lectures. The school chose several images from the series; I had the mission to explain them. The images were projected on … Continue reading NEWS