About Boris Indrikov
Boris Indrikov was born in Leningrad in 1967 and lives and works in Moscow. From 1991 to 1997 he was a book designer and worked as an illustrator for the popular science magazine “Chemistry and Life”. He has been a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia and The member of the International Federation of Artist ( IFA UNESCO) 1998.Has exhibited works at a number of shows in Russia and abroad (Art-Manezh 2002, 2003, 2012, ART-Salon 2007, Art Fair Tokyo 2013, Venezia 2014 and others). He currently works in painting, graphic design and small-form plastic. He works mainly in fantastic realism. His pictures are in the D`VASKO gallery (Russia), HORIZON gallery (Netherlands), and private collections in Russia, Sweden, Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Japan and the United States. Less
… Picture – is a door into a parallel world. That is a world where all things are different. There are other laws, other lines and shapes.
This is my world. Maybe I came from there and I will come back …
… You took brushes and paints, came up to a canvas – from the other side of the canvas somebody has already looked forward to your first stroke, this is like a snake biting its own tail. By creating a picture, you complete another CREATION cycle of this world.
… Artist – is a mysterious creature, “God’s pipe”, agent, He is vibrating because of stream of information which is flowing through him. “… And he was trembling like a needle in the compass…”. There is feeling of creative itch and impatience, unembodied pregnancy, pangs and doubts about things that you have done, and, at the same time, you are full of pleasure from the process in itself.
It’s kind of the artist’s living…
2012 ART INTERNATIONAL Zurich 14th International Contemporary Art Fair, Switzerland
2012 Affordable Art Fair Brussels
2013 Art Fair Tokyo 2013
2013 Stars with Stars. Gall’Art Roma artists at “Estate Romana” – Isola del Cinema
2013 International Contemporary Art Show “Kaleidos”. Sant’Oreste Roma Museum
2014 VENEZIA, Galleria di Palazzo Priuli Bon . (July)
2015 35×35 art project – Copelouzos Family Art Museum (Grèce)
One of the world’s greatest paintings in virtual reality.
Fly through The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch on the back of a fish.
Made ‘for Hieronymus’ by BDH to celebrate 500 years of the visionary genius. Published in collaboration with the Bosch500 Festival & Exhibition, Netherlands.
“A heavenly host of delights on the road to hell” – The Guardian
BOSCH VR is also available on iPad.
Bosch VR Experience installation.
Miles Johnson works primarily in pencil drawing. His surreal art explores psychological transformation in portraits and figurative images of female subjects.
Captivating. Mindbending. Recursive. Face melting. Gorgeous.
Johnston’s art is our psyche staring back from the void. Beyond the threshold of strange changes; he illustrates not a calculus infinite worlds, but the infinite selves it is possible to become.
Deform. Divide. Attract. Recur.
Each picture below is a story of transformation the subject is undergoing.
Pencil Drawing Timelapse by Miles Johnston
Miles Johnston is a lover of pencils & Instructor at SARA.
You are invited to an exhibition of new work by Carl and Tammy Eilyn Jennings at the forthcoming Aloha Ho’omaluhia XXXIII exhibition, May 1st – 29th at Ho’omaluhaia Gardens in Kaneohe. The show will feature new digital collages by Tammy as well as two new figurative paintings by Carl. The work deals with overlapping interests that focus on immigration, the environment and the need for hope and change.
Tammy Eilyn Jennings
New Work: Carl Jennings & Tammy Eilyn Jennings
Ho’omaluhai Botanical Gardens, Kāne’ohe, Hawai’i
May 1st – 28th, 2017
Opening reception, Sunday April 30th, 4-6pm.