CHRISTOPH KÜHL – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.18.2018

C H R I S T O P H   K Ü H L

Christoph Kühl (*1960), studied free painting with Prof. Karl Oppermann at HdK Berlin.

His works are almost exclusively collages, i.e. they are made of painted paper with various techniques. Among other things, he also uses black and white copies from magazines and newspapers or weathered advertising from urban quarters.

The viewer is taken on a journey through three-dimensional spaces. Kühl’s pictures are the projection surface of these sensational sites. Found image pieces are put together to convey new impressions.

Christoph Kühl lives as a freelance artist in Berlin. Regular exhibitions and concerts at his studio in Weissensee.

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JÖRG GIMMLER – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.17.2018

J Ö R G   G I M M L E R

Jörg Gimmler (* 1963), Master student of Georg Baselitz, combines aspects of Concrete Art and Minimal Art into large-format compositions, which are at the same time analytically precise and ecstatical. They place the viewer in front of a structure that deals with the movement of painterly abstraction itself. The artist calls this process „multiple positioning“, in which similar formal elements in oil and acrylic paint form suggestive structures that, as visual architectures, disorient rather than shelter the viewer.

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RENATE MARSCHNER – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.16.2018

R E N A T E   M A R S C H N E R

Renate Marschner (1953-1990) was an artist from Lower Saxony and worked as a painter and broadcasting author in Berlin, Karlsruhe, and Switzerland . She has displayed her works in Berlin, Heidelberg, and New York.

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JAKE LONDON – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.14.2018

J A K E   L O N D O N

Artist Statement: My art is about technology, it’s about the rise of its capabilities and its place in our life. Technology is not the subject of the art, but the process and medium. I use Technology to create colour and form which are meant to evoke positive emotions. The harmony between colour and shape is something I think that can be best created with technology. The shapes and the colours perfectly symmetrical, vibrant, even and smooth. I contrast this with faint nods to natural techniques that where traditionally made with age old processes but now can be made with technology. Spray painting and watercolour painting are used looking back at fine art and using a hint of the textures that they create to form familiarity within the picture.

I like digital art because it can go viral in its original form. Viewing it on Instagram, viewing it on your smartphone, you are looking at it in its purest state. It’s only when it is printed that it then becomes a copy of that artwork. I want everyone to see my work through technology; you don’t have to go to a gallery to access my art, and it can be viewed on the internet just seconds after I have created it. You could see a new piece of art daily right there on your phone, I feel like it is a constant source of positivity. My art is supposed to represent the good of technology.

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LITA POLIAKOVA – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.13.2018

L I T A    P O L I A K O V A

Lita (Life Is Torturing Awesome) is a full-time visual artist based in Germany. Accidentally originated in Russia, Lita headed her pervert power to digestion and rethinking of social frameworks artistically. Upon completion of professional education in graphic design and fine arts, she turned herself into a bizarre kingdom of contemporary art. Organic paintings and provocative collages are her key practices. Holding to biocentrism ethics and fragility of human nature, she portrays mental and physical transfiguration highlighting the issues of aging, body imperfections, lostness and, prostration. Inter alia meditating on social constructs and mass culture Lita graciously recycles paper agents in order to catalyze the novelty. Unlock the potential, fight boredom and ordinary, dare to join the vulnerable flow!

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ZSOLT GYARMATI – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.12.2018

Z S O L T   G Y A R M A T I

ARTIST STATEMENT – My aim as an artist

Art should make people conscious of unconscious things that may remain unconscious even consciously. The objective of my art is some sort of status report. It is the current representation of states experienced as a necessity. Everything that happens to me and makes me perceive.

The irrational reality my artwork present I wish to raise unconscious interest in areas of the modern art. I offer a sort of ‘literacy’ to the recipient with a degree of interactivity that expects the spectators be active: it will not let them become absorbed passively in the view, but will force them think.
The process of my artwork is a „war” of ideas, it is a constant and unsolvable conflict within me, during which layers appear and disappear on my canvas representing different atmospheres. Creation is not a linear process, instead a mixture of signs, symbols and atmospheres unbound of time.

I exclude and discard the surface, the didactic elements of the consumer society from the monotonous urban background noise, and through further analysis of the visual details of the mapped reality I put the emphasis on the basic symbols which are characterized by simultaneity and malleability.

SONIA BENSOUDA – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.11.2018

S O N I A   B E N S O U D A

ARTIST STATEMENT: Through digital collage and photography, my intent is to explore the notions of Time and Space in the Urban environment. Trained as an Interior Architect, I have always been attracted to the cities around the world and how humans develop their identities in it.  I try to create dystopian worlds yet similar to our own existing world so the viewer can imagine itself in it. I use geometry and colors as a tool and as a language that can be understood by everybody.

ARTIST BIO: I was born in France and grew up in Morocco. I received a BA in Interior Architecture in Lyon, France. I then moved to London to study for a Master’s degree in Interior and spatial design at UAL – Chelsea College of Art. I am now working as an Interior Architect and Collage artist. This multicultural background has strongly influenced my approach to photography and collages.

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IMOGEN DAVIS – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.10.2018

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is a London-based photographer.

Artist statement: I use photography as a way of capturing and holding on to feelings that would otherwise escape my grasp. It’s a way of taking something like breath or the feeling of loss and sadness and holding on to it, making a photographic world of these immaterial things.

I believe that photography is used to capture moments of people’s lives, moments that would otherwise be lost in our memories forever, only to be manipulated and distorted by our own thoughts and other memories built on top, each overlapping and contorting the last. However, to document breath within photography is to capture something that is invisible. For these images I learned how to blow my own glass, making physical recreations of my breath that now have memories of their own.

THE YOURARTBEAT MARKET

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WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE YOURARTBEAT MARKET

YOURARTBEAT Market is a digital market place exclusively dedicated to the sale and purchase of artworks.

Next to a trading place, YOURARTBEAT also offers a platform for any interactions and transactions between purchasers and vendors. Artists and creatives have the opportunity to display their works on a professional basis and offer them in a serious way.

YOURARTBEAT MARKET is not limited to art works of art in the classical sense.

The shop opens the market to more recent yet unconventional visualizations and digital arts. Besides paintings, photographs and objects, we also want to unclose the market more to recent forms of art, such as digital/media art, coded and generative art, or 360° shots and VR experiences. In this respect YOURARTBEAT is flexible and eager to experiment, refusing to accept any limits.

YOURARTBEAT especially wants to give the digital arts a physical medium that can represent both the dimensional as well as the inner depth of such an art piece!

To ensure this, we experimented with a variety of materials and made a selection that not only serves solutions concerning different tastes and design variations, but also can address different price categories without losing on a qualitative level. – Glass – Aluminium – Light Boxes – and of course usual Fine Art Prints –

YOURARTBEAT wishes to respond to the individual needs of its customers.

For this reason, YOURARTBEAT provides additional services, advises individually and put together personal service packages to support every involved parties before, during and after the actual handling process – be it a personal, creative or business matter.

YOURARTBEAT acts as your Art DEALER, CONSULTANT, and MANAGER.

But it might be the best if you convince yourself!!!

Have fun by exploring the new YOURARTBEAT MARKET

YOURARTBEAT MARKET is a place where the Digital gets Physical…

 

Faces. Places

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Publ. 07.5.2018

An unusual couple: Agnès Varda who just turned 90, a filmmaker and star in France since the 1950s. And JR, the street art and photo artist, who never takes off his sunglasses.
When they meet, they decide to do something together. What exactly, they don’t know, „a new kind of images“ is the rough idea. Together they go on a journey cross-country with no clear aim and destination.
The only clear thing is: It had to be a real documentary. A film about other people. It seemed clear that his passion for sticking huge portraits of people to walls to honor them, and her way of listening to them and bringing their stories to the fore, would lead to something.
JR’s truck plays a leading role in the film: a mobile instant photo machine that transforms photos into huge black and white posters. They drive through the villages. Most people approached by JR like to be photographed. These encounters give rise to the wonderful documentary: „Faces. Places.
Agnès Varda is looking for people who once dug for coal in the mines and descendants of those miners. Jeannine is the widow of a miner and to be resettled, but she wants to stay: „I will not be driven out. I have too many memories here.“
JR and his people transform the whole settlement into a kind of stage, with old photos, in memory of the miners of that time. Jeannine also appears on the façade. She’s speechless.
Some lose their composure when they see themselves in JR’s pictures. The small, inconspicuous life suddenly becomes visible and significant – also for them. „Every story becomes a work of art. I mean not only stories between Jeannine, and us but also between Jeannine and the viewers. The audience should love those portrayed. That was the plan. Jeannine as well as the postman, who was very proud of his giant photo! By enlarging the portraits, we make small moments big in the lives of people who are not in the spotlight,“ says street artist JR. „Everyone in the village knows them, but all of a sudden you look at them with different eyes. They are talking about their picture. That is what the movie is about. That’s what art is about.“
Agnès Varda and JR stop where no tourist will ever get lost. They just follow the road, trust chance. Then stop in the right place – this is art, too. In a remote chemical factory, they get the entire staff to pose for a group photo. The people from the day and night shifts have little to do with each other – in the photo they are united. An employee can hardly believe it: Employees from all departments and shifts are mixed. You can also see some from the executive level. “So we do get along sometimes!“
JR and Agnès Varda’s film is not just about the charm of inconspicuous places and ordinary people. It is the story of a touching relationship between two artists who are separated by an age difference of half a century and yet find a common language.
The film also deals with this: time that can only be captured for moments. Moments that cannot be big enough because they are over so quickly.