Electronica vs. Art at the Tate Modern

Electronica vs. Art at the Tate Modern – 122×92 cm acrylics on canvas

Painting almost finished now – do you see the story here?

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6 Responses to “Electronica vs. Art at the Tate Modern”

  1. Catman Kirby Says:

    Great art- great message!

  2. Natalia Maks Says:

    Great concept! I see the typical scenery of total disconnect from reality, from the actual ( physical) life. The girls are not present in the moment in an old sense of that expression, they are disconnected from their environment. I feel that the girls are physically close to each other, but don’t realize it, or don’t mind it, and they are connected to something what is very abstract to us, like the Miro painting on the background: all social connections got twisted, and they are not so simple like they used to be.

  3. phildynan Says:

    Just home from the studio after working all day on the next “Electronica vs. Art” piece (which involves an image the Natalia took). Loved coming home to find your comment and enjoyed reading it!

  4. Kavita Joshi Says:

    very nice piece of art conveying a very important message here…thanks for sharing dear

  5. Between the shadows Says:

    I will personally continue to choose the art … As much as electronic devices are helpful these days, they also provide stress and lack of creativity!!! Lovely idea!

  6. car graphics Says:

    Your style is unique in comparison to other people I’ve read stuff from. Thanks for posting when you’ve got the opportunity,
    Guess I’ll just bookmark this blog.

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