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‘This thrilling pop rollercoaster shows how prescient Andy was. This is the Warhol we need in 2020’ (The Guardian) Ok, we can’t go there right now, BUT WE CAN SHOP THE FEEL ONLINE 😀
At The Museum of Everything – located in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam – I was struck by a gallery of portraits by Johnson Weree. Johnson Weree (1970, Liberia) Itinerant émigré draughtsman of limitless visionary capacity, whose swirling palette resolves itself into bursts, portraits and … Continue reading
In school self portraits were made from magazines, collage style. Every portrait carried a name under it and a birthday, put together like a calendar wall. They may not seem very precise, rather fauve, with a lot of energy, but … Continue reading
This is one of the miniature portraits by Elvira Duives. Drawn on cardboard no larger than 5×4,5 cm, they are beautifully detailed portraits of new people. Sometimes drawn after an existing portrait, but felttipped into an imaginary Walhalla of ordinary … Continue reading