Paolo Pedroni’s Italian Pop Surrealist art

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By Giulio Rossi in New Art on Wednesday 7 November 2012

Paolo Pedroni is a promising young artist coming from the Italian Pop Surrealism scene. I really admire the soft and delicate touch of his style, which explores the bittersweet side of his imaginary world.

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Paintings of young girls by Sara Sanz

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Saturday 12 May 2012

Sara Sanz’s paintings feature little girls that belong to an unreal world. They are hybrids of people and animals, beings of a ‘familiar’ nature that create a complex language. Sanz’s oil and acrylic paintings are diverse in techniques. However, they all share a common denominator, showing the harsher side of life from an aesthetic point of view.

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Colourful portrait art by Karlin Collette

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By Jones in New Art on Friday 30 March 2012

The drawings and paintings by LA-based artist Karlin Collette combine saccharine sweet imagery with quiet, somewhat dark symbolism. She uses bright, saturated colors to paint her heroines and enjoys incorporating detailed pencil work into her pieces. She’s inspired by old children’s books, travel and anything vintage.

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Portraits by Antonia Griva

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By Antonia Griva in New Illustration on Thursday 17 November 2011

My work is surrealistic and it’s dominated by figures often seen in colorless or one color background. These figures live in a world of silence, almost always sunk in an emotional depth with pain and agony being the predominant feelings. These portraits show a fragment of the sentimental world these figures live.

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Antonia Griva

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By Antonia Griva in New Art on Saturday 3 September 2011

My work is surrealistic and dominated by figures often seen in colourless or one color background. These figures live in a world of silence, almost always sunk in an emotional depth with pain and agony being the predominant feelings.

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The surreal artwork of Mimi Leung

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By Kate Barnett in New Art on Saturday 23 August 2008

Returning to Hong Kong after graduating from The Royal College of Art inspired artist Mimi Leung to create the series The Hope and Struggle. Motifs such as disease, mutation and vomit help convey the tensions of life in Hong Kong and the need for self-expression.

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Chris Mars

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 21 July 2008

Chris Mars paints the kind of paintings you’d expect to find in the basement of a serial killer after he’s shown the cops where all the bodies are.

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Hang up your hangups

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Wednesday 21 May 2008

Ok, a confession. And one made with the full weight of its implications bearing down on me like a load of feathers. Extra soft ones of course (well, it is my confession). When I see bands play – and I mean good bands; bands with rhythm – my right leg gyrates like a stunned jellyfish.

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Pop Subversion

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By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 7 February 2008

On Friday, February 8th, Ad Hoc Art Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, will play host to a large group of both established and emerging artists from the realms of street art, pop surrealism, lowbrow, illustration, print making, and tattoo. Through this group exhibition, promising young artists will have the chance to exhibit side by side with some of the more established artists in these fields. This mixture will allow the viewer to experience a variety of styles and techniques rising out of this powerful New Contemporary movement in art.

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