Friday was the day for a new exhibition and I couldn't be more happier as my head was spinning after so much charting and studying. These exhibitions are like a trip to another world, another dimension, always take my mind away from work and daily problems, as well as put my mind to work as each exhibition is like a huge riddle to solve. It's a lot of fun and when I leave the gallery, it feels like I learnt something new, which is a legit feeling as I always see something new.
This was a solo exhibition of János László Fazakas, called Hyperspace. As the title of the exhibition suggests, it was about complex space-time dimensions, a topic that it's not exactly my area of interest, but I'm always open to learn about new things.
There were these three paintings, kind of similar in stile and I thought it was a series, but I was wrong as it wasn't. The concept is similar, but still not the same significance.
Space - Time Paradox
This painting was one of my favorites. The way the whole time and space concept is depicted is amazing. You need to take a closer look, analyze it in detail, then take a step back and look at it again, to see it as a whole.
I took a close-up photo of the bird. Look at those layers and colors, it matches the stripes in the background to some extent.
Black Sea 9.18 am
I bet if you'd have been there, you'd have the same impression. From far, this painting looks like a monochrome, or bluish photograph, but it's not. It's a painting, in which the light plays a key role. The light makes it look similar to a photo. The light on the top adds to it as it looks like the sun.
At a closer look you can spot this tiny ship, far away from the shore. I've seen plenty of paintings, but none of them made me think of a photograph, before this. I was standing in front of the painting, thinking how can you make the waves, the rocks at the shore, and the light so perfect.
This was a very cool painting, even though I'm not sure I completely understand the concept. You see the clown smiling, but you can also see the grid, marked with different geometrical forms, like circles of different size and rhombuses.
There were two rows of dots towards the mid line of the painting and I took some close-up photos of those smallest dots, to show you they were no usual dots.
There was a second painting with the same title, a bit different from the first one, but just as funny, or cute. This time the clown person wasn't alone, Mikey was there too, with a big ear to ear smile. This time the corners of each square of the grid were marked with those tiny painted dots.
My work wouldn't be complete, without showing you the two paintings together. Have a look at them now :)
At this point it was obvious that the bird is a recurring character, present on most of the paintings.
Here's a piano, for @mipiano as last time she was disappointed because she could not find a piano at the citadel of Fagaras 😆
What did I tell you about the bird? Another painting featuring the bird.
The Forest Narrates
Nothing is what it seems from far here :)
The Forest Narrates 2
The same concept depicted in a different way. The grid with those blue dots is present here as well.
A colorful spot but I don't know what it means. It reminds me of those heatmaps, but I'm sure it's not that.
This was a series of 3 paintings with the same name, still life, but definitely not the still life we are used to. It was interesting though.
Ascension / Via Purgativa
You may not see the size of the painting, but it was almost as tall as the wall. I don't think I've seen such a painting, composed of 5 canvases. It was interesting and needless to say, the birds were present here as well :)
Space view of this cube made me go back in time, when we had to draw these geometrical shapes and forms in high school. Here you see the blue sky, the bird flying and the cube in the same space. Tome and space together. Interesting.
Similar concept depicted in a different way.
It was an interesting exhibition.
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