• Winter 2018 Gallery

    Selections from the artworks uploaded on Emergent Art Space in the Winter 2018

    Sin título (mirar)
    Photo Performance

    Alejandro Zertuche

    Monterrey, Mexico

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    Photo Credit: Rubí Silva From the project Frágil 
    Frágil (vacío)
    Performance Art

    Alejandro Zertuche

    Monterrey, Mexico

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    Photo Credit: Manuel López

    Ca Revolta, Valencia, España. Residency with DECADENCE PERFORMANCE ART
    25 min.
    Being and Nothingness
    Digital Photographic Manipulation

    Pranay Dutta

    Kolkata, India

    Being and Nothingness
    Digital Photographic Manipulation

    Pranay Dutta

    Kolkata, India

    Way
    Paper, pencil

    Alvina Denisenko

    Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

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    I've been waiting for you since I was born. With the disappearance of the last morning star, at the zenith of the sun and before the finishing ray. I continuously peer into the distance - beyond the horizon, beyond the reality of all existing and still not created in this world, in the beyond material illusions. I know one day you will see me among the billions of screaming phenomena of being. You will understand the true truth of my restraint and rigor. I wait for you, when you for the thousandth time prefer me to the fleeting beauty of a new brightness, eluding with the onset of the first twilight. My creator's hands were full of strength and hope. They endowed me with boundless energy and a will to live. And I patiently wait for you - able to realize the immensity. I am the brightest memory of your youth and the aspirations of all the future days. I believe in you - my Dear Spectator. Your picture. Your destiny, your Way

    Name
    Paper, pencil

    Alvina Denisenko

    Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

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    What is my most inspirational location, in my city?

    Electric pole with wires in the form of a letter A on the next street. An unremarkable private sector with broken asphalt and rusty garages on the other side of the road. But this is my portal to my cosmos. If you knew how many questions were asked in the void and how many answers have never been received) But I want to believe that the stars that revolve above it are thoughts of hope. They feed on its electricity. And I know each of them in person) And when I start to forget who I am, I go back to him. And I hear the name

    Untitled
    Mix Media on Mount Sheet

    Fariha Rashid

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Lets Grow
    Mix Media on Mount Sheet

    Fariha Rashid

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Angermunde
    Paper

    Throngkiuba Yim

    Kolkata, India

    I don’t know
    Emulsion, Acrylic on canvas

    Throngkiuba Yim

    Kolkata, India

    Shadow
    Burned wood, Sound, Electronic light

    Sumit Sadhukhan

    Kolkata, India

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    In this work ,I have rearranged the shadow of two figures in three dimensional space and have provided dimension to a flat shadow by choosing some burned woods as medium. With the help of a sound system I have used some chaos. We can't never eliminate shadow and sound from our lives. With the motion of life we come across various thinking, memorys, some events etc. But we can't erase the gist of that events. We carry those till the last day of our life. So, I think here shadow is the gist of everything.
    My memory
    Sand, Burned wood, Electronic light

    Sumit Sadhukhan

    Kolkata, India

    HUMAN TOUCHED
    Mixed Media

    sewon rai

    kolkata, India

    4″second note of octave”
    Digitally Manipulated Watercolor

    souvik majumdar

    KOLKATA, India

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    The Whole of Imperfection
    Oil and Acrylic on canvas

    Pebofatso Mokoena

    Johannesburg, South Africa

    Dada Ji Ka Thullu
    Digital Manipulation on Textured Paper

    Prithwish Daw

    Kolkata, India

    Ouvertüre Traurige Komödie
    Oil on canvas

    Ivana de Vivanco

    Berlin, Germany

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    'Overture Sad Comedy'
    The pain of a single man
    Mixed media on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    KOLKATA, India

    Lady before the landscape
    Mixed media on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    KOLKATA, India

    The Victim’s Hair and The Victor’s Tongue
    Watercolor and Ink

    Jessica Lizeth Torres

    San Pablo, United States

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    This piece is dedicated to those who can or can't identify with or participate in the #MeToo movement. When words aren't enough, art relieves me by cradling my soul with the colors. I wanted to share this by creating an image of a resilient woman emerging from her pain/abuse/trauma/neglect. There's an emphasis on the hair because that is an organic expression of both our genotype (genes) and phenotype (physical identity) that can be altered by the devastating impacts of chronic stress. The snakes from the woman's head  allude to the legend of Medusa, a golden-haired priestess who was raped by Poseidon- an earthquake god- and later punished by Athena. Other accounts say that Medusa and Poseidon were lovers. Upon finding out that the vow of celibacy was broken,  Athena punishes the priestess by turning her golden hair into snakes. Although the snakes are used as a punishment  I appreciate the perspective of artists (such as Yolanda Lopez) that see snakes as a symbol of knowledge, wisdom, and rebirth. The "Victor's Tongue" sticking out in this piece alludes to the fierceness unleashed from facing, owning, and respecting our vulnerability and convoluted truths that reside  within our preconscious or unconscious minds. I chose to use the black hues for her tongue because of its inclusive and sometimes overpowering nature.  Her tongue is on fire to represent  the hidden voices that are coming to the light.
    yellow line
    from the Ark sries

    Alex Ko

    Санкт-Петербург, Russian Federation

    Ark
    From the Ark series

    Alex Ko

    Санкт-Петербург, Russian Federation

    Beautiful lady of Sikkim 5
    Acrylic on Canvas
    Beautiful Lady of Sikkim 1
    Acrylic on Canvas
    The Stacks
    pen, digital color

    Michael Hirshon

    Madison, United States

    Kurdish Neighborhood
    Pen, digital color

    Michael Hirshon

    Madison, United States

    The Voyage of Perspective: Vibing through Space
    Mixed Media

    Victoria Ayala

    Watts/Oakland, California, United States

    La Flautista
    Mixed Media

    Victoria Ayala

    Watts/Oakland, California, United States

    Thank you to all the artists who uploaded
    art this Winter!

    Stay tuned for Spring Gallery 2018!